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District: South Carolina 2d Congressional District (Columbia to Hilton Head)

 

 O

Year

Democrat

Votes

Pct of vote

Republican

Votes

Pct

2000

Jane Frederick

110,672

41%

Floyd Spence *

154,338

57%

2001

Brent Weaver

14,034

25%

Joe Wilson

40,355

73%

2002

(no candidate)

Joe Wilson

144,149

84%

2004

Michael Ray Ellisor

93,249

33%

Joe Wilson

181,862

65%

2006

Michael Ray Ellisor

76,090

37%

Joe Wilson

127,811

63%

2008

Rob Miller

158,627

46%

Joe Wilson

184,583

54%

 

South Carolina 2nd District Congressional Elections 2000-2008

 

2008 Election U.S. House of Representatives—South Carolina 2nd District

Joe Wilson (R), 54%

Rob Miller (D), 46%

2006 Election U.S. House of Representatives—South Carolina 2nd District

Joe Wilson (R), 63%

Michael Ray Ellisor (D), 37%

 

2004 Election U.S. House of Representatives—South Carolina 2nd District

Joe Wilson (R), 65%

Michael Ray Ellisor (D), 33%

 

2002 Election U.S. House of Representatives—South Carolina 2nd District

Joe Wilson (R), 84%

No Candidate (D),

Mark Whittington (United Citizens), 10%

ames R. Legg (L), 6%

2002 Special Election U.S. House of Representatives—South Carolina 2nd District

Joe Wilson (R), 73%

Brent Weaver (D), 25%

 

2000 Election U.S. House of Representatives—South Carolina 2nd District

Floyd Spence (R), 57%

Jane Frederick (D), 41%

 

 

 

(R)= Democrat, (R)= Republican, (L)= Libertarian, (N)= Natural Law Party, (I)= Independent

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