Nine unopposed Republicans on northern Beaufort County ballots


From staff reports

When voters go to the polls Tuesday, there will be several races where they have only one choice. In at least nine races on the ballots of voters in northern Beaufort County, a Republican is running unopposed.

Among statewide races, incumbents S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson and S.C. Comptroller General Richard Eckstrom are unopposed.

In Beaufort County, Heather Rene Galvin is unopposed in her quest for Beaufort County Probate Judge, as is David Cadd in his bid to replace Beaufort County Auditor Jim Beckert.

Beaufort County Treasurer Maria Walls, Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner and Beaufort County Council District 4 representative Alice Howard – all incumbents – are running unopposed as are incumbent Beaufort County School Board members William Smith (District 3) and Richard Geier (District 4).

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