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Tuesday runoff will settle west commission seat race

GOP east voters get this runoff Election Day off

            Early voting for runoffs have already started for Pickens County voters with the Republican ballot containing only one local race, between David Shouse and Josh Tippens, and the Democratic ballot containing four state races, including lieutenant governor and secretary of state.

            There are several caveats for voters to keep in mind that are specific to runoffs:

            •If you did not vote in the primary and declare a party you can still vote in the runoff.

            •If you voted non-partisan in the primary, you did not declare a party so you can vote in the runoff.

            •If you voted a party in the primary, that is the party you will have to vote in the runoff.

            •The Republican ballot has one local race, (Shouse/Tippens) and you must live in District 1 (West) to vote on that ballot.

            Early voting will run June 13 to 17 at the Pickens County Rec Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

            Election Day is June 21 at each voter’s assigned precinct from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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