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2016 US Congress and US Senate Candidates Representing Richland County

Here is a list of United States Congressional candidates for districts representing Richland County.  Where possible, we have linked the candidates' names to their campaign web sites.  Please note that we have not linked to Facebook pages when candidates have opted for Facebook pages to represent their campaign.

Take the time to check out the candidates' campaign web sites and other pages to learn more about where they stand on the issues.

Every SC voter casts a ballot for the US Senate seat currently up for reelection, but If you don't know which house district you live in, visit www.scvotes.org and click the Get My Sample Ballot link to the right.  The deadline for voter registration for the general election has already passed, but if you are newly registered and are unsure about where you should report to cast your ballot, click on Find My Polling Place to determine which precinct you live in.

 

Candidates for United States Senate, Seat 2

Candidate Party
Bill Bledsoe Constitution, Libertarian
Thomas Dixon Democratic, Green, Working Party
Rebel Michael Scarborough American
Tim Scott Republican - incumbent

 

Candidates for United States Congress, District 2 - US House Disctrict 2 includes all of Aiken, Barnwell, and Lexington counties, plus portions of Orangeburg and Richland counties.

Candidate Party
Arik Bjorn Democratic and Green
Eddie McCain American
Joe Wilson Republican - incumbent

Candidates for United States Congress, District 6 - US House District 6 includes all of Allendale, Bamberg, Calhoun, Clarendon, Hampton, Jasper, and Williamsburg counties, plus portions of Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Florence, Orangeburg, Richland, and Sumter counties.

Candidate Party
James E. "Jim" Clyburn Democratic - Incumbent
Prince Charles Mallory Green
Laura Sterling Republican
Rich Piotrowski Libertarian

This post was coauthored by Bland Lawson.

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