Here are local races and issues on Tuesday's ballot for Union and York counties. See more election news in today's Section A and Local.
Asterisk (*) indicates an incumbent.
N.C. House District 68: Curtis Blackwood* (R); Mike Cognac (D).
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N.C. House District 69: John Barker (R); Pryor Gibson* (D).
Union County School board at large (two seats): Scott Heslink (withdrawn, but name appears on ballot), Laura Minsk, Dennis Rape, David Scholl, Solomon Williamson.
District Court Judge, 20th District: Tripp Helms, Stephen Higdon.
Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor (1 seat, nonpartisan): Robert Stowe Brooks, James Johnson.
S.C. Senate District 16: Mick Mulvaney (R); Mandy Powers Norrell (D).
Solicitor, Circuit 16: Kevin Brackett (R); Philip W. Jamieson (D).
State Senate District 17: Mark Bennett (R); Creighton B. Coleman (D).
State House of Representatives District 29: Danny Stacy (R); Dennis C. Moss (D).
State House of Representatives District 45: Deborah Long (R); Fred Thomas (D).
State House of Representatives District 46: Gary Simrill (R); Herb Crump (D).
State House of Representatives District 49: Marvin Rogers (R); John R. King (D).
Coroner: Sabrina Gast (R); Pete Skidmore (D).
County Council District 1: Paul Lindemann (R); Marion Davenport (D); Bryan Smith (Green).
County Council District 3: Joe M. Cox (R); Eddie Lee (D).
County Council District 4: Tom Hardin (R); Roy L. Blake (D).
County Council District 7: Rick Lee (R); Chad Williams (D).
Clover School Board Trustee at large (nonpartisan): Steve Brown, Bryan R. Ghent, Melanie Wood Wilson.
Rock Hill School Board Trustee Seat 3 (nonpartisan): Deborah Broome, Mildred B. Douglas.
Rock Hill School Board Trustee at large (nonpartisan): Jose Brito, Lance Fillet, David E Griffin, Bob Norwood.
Fort Mill School Board Trustees (nonpartisan, two seats to fill): Chantay F. Bouler, Dennis Nifong, Scott Patterson.
Fort Mill Town Council Ward 2 (nonpartisan): Ronnie Helms, Terry Hudson.
Constitutional amendment, York County: Shall the South Carolina Department of Revenue be authorized to issue temporary permits in this county for period not to exceed twenty-four hours to allow the possession, sale, and consumption of alcoholic liquors by the drink to bona fide nonprofit organizations and business establishments otherwise authorized to be licensed for consumption-on-premises sales?
Constitutional amendment, Tega Cay: Shall the Department of Revenue be authorized to issue temporary permits in this municipality for a period not to exceed twenty-four hours to allow the sale of beer and wine at permitted off-premises location without regard to the days or hours of sale?