South Carolina voters will once again head to the polls on Tuesday.
This time for two runoff elections.
First, the Jasper County Sheriff's race will have incumbent Greg Jenkins and challenger Chris Malphrus.
Jenkins narrowly edged out Malphrus in the race earlier this month. He is going for his third term, bringing nearly 30 years of law enforcement experience to the table.
Malphrus on the other hand, has served 17 years with the Ridgeland Police Department.
The next race is for the Democratic State House of Representatives, District 122.
Incumbent Bill Bowers and Shedron Williams will face off in a runoff. This after a surprising resignation by Curtis Brantley, who came in second place in the election.
Like always, polls will be open Tuesday, June 28 from 7 a.m. to 7p.m.
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