Open county, legislative seats draw competition in June primaries
Open county, legislative seats draw competition in June primaries Check the box

The June 9 election would be unique for the number of people vying for office in a normal year. But with the coronavirus pandemic upending public and private life for months now, candidates are headed into election day without weeks of door knocking and fundraising, usually table stakes outreach for little-known candidates. — Sam Spence


2019 Election Guide: The Breakdown
2019 Election Guide: The Breakdown Everything you need to be an informed voter on Tues., Nov. 5

Happy Election Week, Charleston. It’s the election we’ve all been waiting for, right? OK, maybe not that one. But for voters in the Charleston area, local elections on Nov. 5 have an even bigger impact on our daily lives than butt dials by disgraced politicians and inane dunking by our commander in tweet. — City Paper Staff


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