Runoff elections: What SC voters should know about where and when to vote

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South Carolina voters are headed back to the polls June 28 for runoffs in Democratic and Republican primaries.

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Numerous races have gone to runoff elections including state Superintendent of Education, U.S. Senate, County Council District 19 and SC House District 25.

Residents who voted in the primaries are also eligible to vote in the primary runoff elections.

Voters can visit scvotes.gov to register to vote, check voting eligibility, view sample ballots and find polling places. Voters must have registered at least 30 days in advance of an election to vote.

According to the Greenville County Voter Registration and Election Board, three polling locations have been moved for the runoff primaries due to conflicting events with churches and facilities.

The Eastside Presbyterian Church polling place will move to Rolling Green Retirement Center at 1 Hoke Smith Blvd.

The Reedy River Baptist Church polling place will be moved to the Enoree Career Center at 108 Scalybark Road.

The Simpsonville First Baptist polling place will move to the Simpsonville United Methodist Church at 215 SE Main St.

Here are the SC primary races headed to runoff elections

  • U.S. Senate - Democratic

  • State Superintendent of Education - Republican

  • County Council District 3 – Democratic

  • State House District 101 – Democratic

  • County Council District 6 – Republican

  • State House District 30 – Republican

  • County Council District 2 – Republican

  • County Council At-Large – Democratic

  • State House District 101 – Democratic

  • City Council District 1 – Democratic

  • State House District 25 – Democratic

  • County Council District 19 – Republican

  • County Council District 3 – Democratic

  • State House District 106 – Republican

  • County Council Chair – Republican

  • County Council District 8 – Republican

  • Board of Education Chair – Republican

  • County Council District 5 – Republican

  • County Council District 6 – Republican

  • State House District 40 – Republican

  • County Council District 3 – Democratic

  • County Council District 5 – Democratic

  • County Council District 4 – Democratic

  • State House District 40 – Republican

  • County Council District 11 – Democratic

  • State House District 30 – Republican

  • State House District 101 – Democratic

  • State House District 48 – Republican

Tamia Boyd is a Michigan native who covers breaking news in Greenville. Email her at tboyd@gannett.com, and follow her on Twitter @tamiamb.

This article originally appeared on Greenville News: What SC voters should know about runoff elections