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KCC District 1 special election is today

Voters choosing between Al Bozard and Bobby Gary

Posted: March 28, 2016 5:14 p.m.
Updated: March 29, 2016 1:00 a.m.
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Today, voters in Kershaw County Council District 1 are choosing who they want to replace Willie Mickle, who resigned in November 2015 citing issues with state insurance benefits. Up for the seat are Republican Al Bozard and Democrat Bobby Gary, who won their respective primaries in February to face each other in today’s special election. In the Feb. 9 primaries, Bozard defeated fellow Republican George Harkins while Gary -- who held the District 1 seat prior to Mickle -- defeated Democrat Art Graham.

Whoever wins today’s special election will hold the District 1 seat for the remainder of 2016. However, Bozard and Gary, as well as anyone else wishing to file, may also choose to run for the seat in November’s general election for a full four-year term which will start in January 2017.

The polls in District 1 will be open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the following locations:

• Liberty Hill - Beaver Creek Fire Department - 3381 John G. Richards Road, Liberty Hill

• Lugoff No. 1 - Lugoff Elementary School - 994 Ridgeway Road, Lugoff

• Lugoff No. 2 - Lugoff-Elgin Middle School - 1244 Hwy. 1 South, Lugoff

• Rabon’s Crossroads - Pine Grove Fire Department - 833 Pine Grove Road, Lugoff

• Riverdale - American Legion Post No. 17 - 133 Chestnut Ferry Road Ext., Camden

• Salt Pond - Smyrna Methodist Church - 16 Smyrna Road, Elgin

• Shaylor’s Hill - Baron DeKalb Elementary School - 2684 Baron DeKalb Road, Camden

• Springdale - New Home Baptist Church - 9105 Liberty Hill Road, Camden

• Westville - Westville Fire Department - 2 Payne Pond Road, Camden

 

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