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Pope, Norman headed for District 5 GOP runoff
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The Republican race for the S.C. 5th Congressional District will go to a run-off. Tommy Pope, the current speaker pro tem of the S.C. House of Representatives and former S.C. Rep. Ralph Norman, both York County Republican candidates, pulled in about 30 percent of the GOP vote, respectively, and will face each other in the GOP run-off May 16. Democrat Archie Parnell easily won the Democratic Party primary for the seat, pulling in 71 percent of the Democrat vote.