MONCKS CORNER, S.C.– (Wednesday, February 5, 2020) — Berkeley County will hold a Special Election on Tuesday, February 11, to fill the vacant Council District 1 seat. The seat was formerly filled by Kevin Cox, who passed away in September 2019.
Only one candidate, Dan Owens, is seeking the District 1 seat; but voters can also write in a preferred candidate on the ballot. Owens, who is running on the Republican ticket, won the Special Primary Election on December 10, 2019, and most recently served on Hanahan City Council.
Results will be certified at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 14 at the Berkeley County Voters Registration and Elections Office, located at 6 Belt Drive in Moncks Corner.
In order to vote, individuals must bring one of the following types of Photo ID to their polling place:
S.C. Driver’s License, S.C. DMV Identification Card, S.C. Voter Registration Card with a Photo, Federal Military ID or U.S. Passport
The following precincts and polling places will be open during the Special Election from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.:
Precincts: Polling Place:
HANAHAN 1 HANAHAN FIRE STATION #2
HANAHAN 2 HANAHAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HANAHAN 3 HANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL
HANAHAN 4 HANAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
HANAHAN 5 HANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL
FOSTER CREEK 1 GOOSE CREEK PRIMARY SCHOOL
HARBOUR LAKE GOOSE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
ST. JAMES GOOSE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
SEDGEFIELD 1 SEDGEFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL
YEAMAN’S CLUB HANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL
For additional election-related information, visit https://berkeleycountysc.gov/dept/elections/.
– Prepared by the Berkeley County Public Information Office –