SC governor postpones county, municipal elections in state

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  • March 15, 2020
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South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has postponed all municipal and county elections in the state scheduled for March and April.McMaster announced Sunday afternoon that the elections will be rescheduled for sometime after May 1 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The announcement has no impact on the filing period.Filing will open at noon Monday and end at noon March 30. List of postponed March and April elections in Upstate:March 24Greater Gaffney Fire District referendum (Cherokee County)March 31Town of Due West special election (Abbeville County) Town of Pelzer special election (Anderson County) City of Mauldin special election (Greenville County)April 7City of Anderson general electionApril 14JB Fulmer Court referendum (Newberry County)Roebuck Fire District referendum (Spartanburg County)Town of Jonesville general election (Union County)April 28Abbeville County School Board special electionLaurens County School District 55 special electionSpartanburg County School District 3 referendumTown of Pacolet special election (Spartanburg County)

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has

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