September 17, 2014 •
South Carolina Sabb Wins Senate District 32 Primary Runoff
State Rep. Ronnie Sabb won the Democratic special primary runoff for Senate District 32 by receiving 58.7 percent of the vote against Williamsburg County Councilman Sam Floyd. With no Republican challengers, Sabb’s name will be the only one to appear on the November ballot.
A special election will then be held in early 2015 to fill Sabb’s House seat, which Floyd may pursue. The Senate District 32 special election became necessary when Lt. Gov. Yancey McGill vacated the seat to take his current position from Glenn McConnell, who resigned as lieutenant governor to become president of the College of Charleston.
Photo of Rep. Ronnie Sabb courtesy of the South Carolina Legislature website.
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