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SPECIAL ELECTIONS LATEST: Norman wins SC-5, more Midlands election results

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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Special election results are trickling in, county by county. South Carolina voters cast their ballots on Tuesday for several special elections, including the race for Congress to replace Mick Mulvaney. 

The 5th Congressional District includes parts of the Palmetto State from the Midlands out to the Upstate and some North Carolina-bordering counties. GOP candidate Ralph Norman has defeated Democratic candidate Archie Parnell in this special election. Norman will replace new budget director Mick Mulvaney.

In the race for State House of Representatives District 70 seat, Democrat Wendy Brawley has defeated Republican Bill Strickland.

In the race for West Columbia City Council District 1, Mike Green has defeated Sandra Harley, according to unofficial results from the County of Lexington Registration and Elections Office.   

You can see the latest numbers by clicking this link.

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