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Although Beaufort County has its share of contested races for county or municipal office, candidates for many offices were unopposed this year. That list includes a mayor, a state senator, a U.S. congressman and the county's entire delegation to the S.C. House. Below is a complete of unopposed races.
U.S. Rep. James Clyburn (D), 6th District
State Senator Chip Campsen (R), 43rd District
State Senator Tom Davis (R), 46th District
State Rep. Bill Herbkersman (R), 118th District
Weston Newton (R), 120st District
State Rep. Kenneth Hodges (D), 121st District
State Rep. Bill Bowers (D), 122nd District
State Rep. Andy Patrick (R), 123rd District
State Rep. Shannon Erickson (R) 124th District
14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone (R)
Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen (R)
Beaufort County Clerk of Court Jerri Roseneau (R)
Beaufort County Councilman Gerald Dawson (D) 1st District
Beaufort County Councilman William McBride (D) 3rd District
Beaufort County Councilman Brian Flewelling (R), 5th District
Beaufort County Board of Education candidate Earl Campbell, 1st District
Beaufort County Board of Education member Laura Bush, 9th District
City of Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling
Hilton Head Public Service District Seat, Bob Manne, 4th District
Hilton Head Public Service District Seat, Gary Kratz, 4th District
Soil and Conservation Commission,Denise M. Parsick