Most judges in South Carolina do not participate in popular elections, but instead are chosen by the legislative election of judges. Judges are also chosen via this method in Virginia.
The exception is the election of Probate Court judges. These
judges compete in partisan elections and serve four year terms.
Results can be found on the South Carolina State Election Commission website.
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