2020 South Carolina Election Results
The 2020 General Election is Tuesday, November 3 and News19 WLTX will have real-time live South Carolina election results. President Donald Trump will face off against former Vice-President Joe Biden for the White House, and WLTX will have county-by-county South Carolina presidential race results. The South Carolina U.S. Senate race between incumbent Republican Lindsey Graham and Democrat Jaime Harrison will also be a key contest to watch. In the U.S. House, Democrat Joe Cunningham will try to keep his First Congressional District Seat from a challenge from Republican Nancy Mace. Six other U.S. House seats are also on the ballot, as well as local races. South Carolina polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day and numbers will be reported soon after. The state has absentee by mail voting, and a high number of those votes are expected, so the final vote total you see here could be significantly delayed.
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Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).
US President South CarolinaPrecincts: 2,262 / 2,262 (100% reporting)
US Senate South CarolinaPrecincts: 2,262 / 2,262 (100% reporting)
US House 2Precincts: 294 / 294 (100% reporting)
US House 1Precincts: 365 / 365 (100% reporting)
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