|Tommy Pope (Republican)||30.5%||11,866|
|Ralph Norman (Republican)||30.2%||11,754|
|Tom Mullikin (Republican)||19.5%||7,578|
|Chad Connelly (Republican)||14.2%||5,505|
|Sheri Few (Republican)||4.9%||1,908|
|Kris Wampler (Republican)||0.5%||202|
|Ray Craig (Republican)||0.2%||90|
With nearly everything reporting, Norman/Pope will finish probably about a hundred votes or less apart from each other. Seven precincts left in York.
Runoff will be on May 16th.
Tommy Pope- Ralph Norman for the runoff. Mullikin ran out in Sumter.
With results in from the biggest "base" counties, time running out for Mullikin to overtake Norman.
The crowded Republican contest to replace Mick Mulvaney will likely head to a runoff election on May 16th. Out of seven contenders, we expect a combination of Ralph Norman, Tom Mullikin, Tommy Pope and/or Chad Connelly to advance to a runoff, but its a special election, so keep an eye out for a surprise from Kris Wampler, Sheri Few, or Ray Craig.
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