GOP primary vote for S.C. House Dist. 69 is Tuesday

The five candidates at a forum last Thursday.

Five candidates are vying to be the nominee in Tuesday’s GOP primary to represent District 69 them in the S.C.  House of Representatives.

The Lexington County seat was vacated in December. Former House Majority Leader Rep. Rick Quinn resigned and pleaded guilty to misconduct in office.
The candidates running to replace Quinn are: attorney and former legislative staffer Joel Deason; Lexington 1 school board member Anne Marie Eckstrom Green; small businessman and former hairdresser Alan Ray; attorney Michael Weaver; and fitness center owner Chris Wooten.
Included in District 69 is: the northeastern section of Lexington County between Interstate 26 and Lake Murray. The district covers from north of the Saluda River to Augusta Road and it includes the eastern portions of the town of Lexington.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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