Last Tuesday (June 14) voters took to the polls to cast their vote in the 2022 party primaries.

On the ballot for local races was the Republican candidates for the 2022 Sheriff’s race. None of the candidates met the 50%-plus one needed to win the nomination outright, so the top two finishers; Cambo Streater and Keith Thomas will face off on next Tuesday in a runoff election. The winner will face incumbent Democrat Sheriff James “J.D.” Dixon in November’s General Election.

There were two races for Republican seats on County Council. In District 4, Douglas Curtis won with 62.12% of the vote and in District 3, Ethan Foard won with 54.77%.

The Governor’s race resulted in Joe Cunningham securing the top Democratic spot with 102,473 votes or 56.43%. Cunningham will face Republican incumbent, Henry McMaster, who secured 306,543 votes or 83.3%.

While Cuningham won the statewide vote, in Chesterfield County he was second to Mia McLeod, who garnered 56.63% of the Democratic vote. In Chesterfield County, McMaster’s votes were similar to the statewide results. McMaster, who has served as Governor since 2017, received 87.65% of Chesterfield County’s votes compared to 83.3% statewide.

In last week’s primary for the Democratic race for U.S. Senate, Catherine Bruce and Krystle Matthews finished with 34.69% and 33.24% respectively and will face off for the right to run against incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Tim Scott. Angela Geter finished just 1,997 votes behind Matthews, garnering 32.08% of the vote.

For District 7 of the U.S. House of Representatives, Russell Fry was the Republican leader with 43,509 of the statewide vote (51.06%). In Chesterfield County, Fry garnered 35.08% of the votes, compared to incumbent Tom Rice, who came in second with 24.24%.

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY ELECTION RESULTSThe election results for Chesterfield County for the June 14, 2022 party primaries are listed below. The figures represent Chesterfield County votes and do not include statewide voting numbers.

All figures are reported from the South Carolina Election Commission as of 6/16/22

DEMOCRATIC PARTYGovernor (Vote for 1)

Carlton Boyd — 85 (6.75%)

Joe Cunningham — 305 (24.23%)

Mia S. McLeod — 713 (56.63%)

Calvin CJ Mack McMilan — 75 (5.96%)

William H. Williams — 81 (6.43%)

State Superintendent of Education (Vote for 1)

Gary L. Burgess — 419 (33.79%)

Lisa Ellis — 650 (52.2%)

Jerry Govan — 171 (13.79%)

U.S. Senate (Vote for 1)

Catherine Fleming Bruce — 515 (41.8%)

Angela Geter — 419 (34.01%)

Krystle Matthews — 298 (24.19%)

REPUBLICAN PARTYGovernor (Vote for 1)

Henry McMaster — 4,287 (87.65%)

Harrison Musselwhite — 604 (12.35%)

Secretary of State (Vote for 1)

Keith Blandford — 1,332 (29.29%)

Mark Hammond — 3,215 (70.71%)

Attorney General (Vote for 1)

Lauren Martel — 1,942 (42.67%)

Alan Wilson — 2,609 (57.33%)

Commissioner of Agriculture (Vote for 1)

Bill Bledsoe — 1,457 (31.99%)

Rob Rozier — 561 (12.32%)

Hugh Weathers — 2,537 (55.7%)

State Superintendent of Education (Vote for 1)

Travis Benson — 631 (13.9%)

Bryan Chapman — 954 (21.01%)

Kizzi Gibson — 210 (4.63%)

Lynda Leventis-Wells — 258 (5.68%)

Kathy Maness — 1,736 (38.24%)

Ellen Weaver — 751 (16.54%)

U.S. House of Representatives, District 7 (Vote for 1)

Barbara Arthur — 919 (18.72%)

Garrett Barton — 806 (16.42%)

Russell Fry — 1,722 (35.08%)

Mark McBride — 111 (2.26%)

Spencer A. Morris — 33 (0.67%)

Tom Rice — 1,190 (24.24%)

Ken Richardson — 128 (2.61%)

Chesterfield County Sheriff (Vote for 1)

Chuck Mixon — 599 (12.14%)

Jordan C. Seidhom — 1,094 (22.16%)

Cambo Streater — 1,916 (38.82%)

Keith Thomas — 1,327 (26.88%)

Chesterfield County Council District 3 (Vote for 1)

Ethan Foard — 327 (54.77%)

Al Johnson — 270 (45.23%)

Chesterfield County Council District 4 (Vote for 1)

Douglas A. Curtis — 451 (62.12%)

Loni Riley — 275 (37.88%)

STATEWIDE ELECTION RESULTSBelow are the unofficial statewide results from last Tuesday’s party primaries.

All figures are reported from the South Carolina Election Commission as of 6/16/22.

DEMOCRATIC PARTYGovernor (Vote for 1)

Carlton Boyd — 9,579 (5.28%)

Joe Cunningham — 102,473 (56.43%)

Mia S. McLeod — 56,406 (31.06%)

Calvin CJ Mack McMilan — 6,303 (3.47%)

William H. Williams — 6,829 (3.76%)

State Superintendent of Education (Vote for 1)

Gary L. Burgess — 54,464 (31.18%)

Lisa Ellis — 87,529 (50.11%)

Jerry Govan — 32,665 (18.7%)

U.S. Senate (Vote for 1)

Catherine Fleming Bruce — 59,777 (34.69%)

Angela Geter — 55,281 (32.08%)

Krystle Matthews — 57,278 (33.24%)

REPUBLICAN PARTYGovernor (Vote for 1)

Henry McMaster — 306,543 (83.3%)

Harrison Musselwhite — 61,462 (16.70%)

Secretary of State (Vote for 1)

Keith Blandford — 85,050 (24.86%)

Mark Hammond — 257,131 (75.14%)

Attorney General (Vote for 1)

Lauren Martel — 119,247 (34.29%)

Alan Wilson — 228,538 (65.71%)

Commissioner of Agriculture (Vote for 1)

Bill Bledsoe — 97,711 (29.04%)

Rob Rozier — 39,391 (11.71%)

Hugh Weathers — 199,424 (59.26%)

State Superintendent of Education (Vote for 1)

Travis Benson — 47,241 (13.94%)

Bryan Chapman — 42,498 (12.54%)

Kizzi Gibson — 37,743 (11.14%)

Lynda Leventis-Wells — 28,755 (8.48%)

Kathy Maness — 103,608 (30.57%)

Ellen Weaver — 79,077 (23.33%)

U.S. House of Representatives, District 7 (Vote for 1)

Barbara Arthur — 10,481 (12.3%)

Garrett Barton — 2,154 (2.53%)

Russell Fry — 43,509 (51.06%)

Mark McBride — 1,676 (1.97%)

Spencer A. Morris — 444 (0.52%)

Tom Rice — 20,927 (24.56%)

Ken Richardson — 6,021 (7.07%)

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