Horry County candidates begin to file for election

mprabhu@thesunnews.comMarch 17, 2014 

Election filing opened Monday, with candidates who plan to run for election in Horry County, as well as across the state.

Seats up for election include the S.C. House of Representatives; Horry County Council members in districts 1, 2, 5, 7, 8 and 11; Horry County Council chairman; probate judge; and Horry County board of education members in district 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 10.

Filing closes noon March 30 and the primary election will be held June 10. The general election will take place Nov. 4.

Candidates who filed to run in this year’s election by 5:30 p.m. Monday include:

S.C. House District 104

Tracy R. Edge, Republican (incumbent)

Greg Duckworth, Republican

S.C. House District 105

Kevin Hardee, Republican (incumbent)

S.C. House District 106

Nelson Hardwick, Republican (incumbent)

S.C. House District 107

Alan Clemmons, Republican (incumbent)

S.C. House District 68

Heather Ammons Crawford, Republican (incumbent)

County Council chairman

Mark Lazarus, Republican (incumbent)

County Council District 2

Brent Schulz, Republican (incumbent)

County Council District 5

Reese Boyd III, Republican

Chuck Ottwell, Republican

Clif Smith, Republican

County Council District 7

James R. Frazier, Democrat (incumbent)

Mike Roberts, Republican

County Council District 8

Johnny Vaught, Republican

County Council District 11

Al Allen, Republican (incumbent)

School Board District 1

Harvey Eisner, Republican (incumbent)

School Board District 2

Karen McIlrath, Republican (incumbent)

Sherrie Todd, Republican

School Board District 6

Pamela Clardy Timms, Republican (incumbent)

School Board District 7

Janet P. Graham, Democrat (incumbent)

School Board District 10

Neil James, Republican (incumbent)

Contact MAYA T. PRABHU at 444-1722 or follow her at Twitter.com/TSN_MPrabhu.

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