Upcoming Nonpartisan races
Town of Campobello
Town Council (2 seats): Joe McDowell, Alician C. Sprouse
Town of Central Pacolet
Town Council (2 seats): No one filed
City of Chesnee
City Council (2 seats): Arnie Hoye, Vertie M. Crawford, Lauren Uldrick Dove, Jeremy Miller
Town of Cowpens
Town council (2 seats): Lesa Bolin, Jimmy Pettit, Erin Wofford
Town of Duncan
Town council (2 seats): Donnie Center, Calvin Cowen, Todd Fowler, Tom Haymon, Jeff Satterfield.
City of Inman
Council Seat (2 seats): Heather Moore, Kevin Newman
City of Landrum
Landrum City Council (3 seats): Warren Ashmore, Shannon D. Dotson, Robert Farmer, Fred Robertson, Joyce A. Whiteside.
Town of Lyman
Town council (3 seats): Jack Bellaire, Alton Free, Matthew Kreft, Rebecca Martin, David Petty, Kevin Wyatt.
Town of Pacolet
Council District 2 (1 seat): Daniel Hood, Richard E. Brackins
Council District 4 (1 seat): Brian J. Bozard, Thomas Williams.
Council District 5 (1 seat): April Palmer-Green.
Town of Reidville
Town Council Ward 3 (1 seat): Justin Beardsley.
Town Council Ward 4 (1 seat): James A. Richard, Gifford Timothy.
City of Spartanburg
City Council District 1 Seat: Meghan Smith
City Council District 2 Seat: Rob Rain
City Council District 3 Seat: Ruth Littlejohn, Mike Fowler and Brian Cohen
City of Wellford
City Council (2 seats): Eric Inglis, Paige Bain, Mary Drummond Clemons, Bobby Edge, Glenna Faye Holocombe, Quentin Jay McClinton
City of Woodruff
Council Ward 1 (1 seat): Mattie Norman
Council Ward 3 (1 seat): William E. Arnold
Council Ward 5 (1 seat): Sharon Adkins Kelley
City of Greer (City Managed)
City Council District 1 Seat: Jay Arrowood
City Council District 3 Seat: Mark Hopper, Billy Vaughn
City Council District 5 Seat: Wryley Bettis
Commissioner of Public Work: Perry J. Williams
Get Out the Vote
2023 Key Elections
City and Town Council Seats | 34
Mayoral Seats | 5
School Boar Seats | 28
Spartanburg City County
District 1 | Meghan Smith | Incumbent
District 2 | Rob Raine | Incumbent
District 3 | Ruth Littlejohn | Incumbent
Get Out the Vote
2023 School Board Race
District 1 (4 seats): Billy Cothran III, Barbara G. Hopper, Wanda M. McDowell, Cindy Riddle, Kimberly Ross, Marshall A. Seay, Laura Tario, Mike Tolman, Gene Vanderford.
District 2, (Cherokee) (1 seat): Seth Breitenbach
District 2 (Spartanburg) (4 seats): Brandon McKillop, Summer W. Reid, Sarah Simmons, Jeff Watson, Rachel Smith Yelton.
District 3 (4 seats): Eddie Dearybury, Jodi Hoyle Gilmer, Billy Gossett, Laurie Lee, Joni L. Ware, Amanda Wyatt, Meg H. Cheshier.
District 4 (4 seats): Stephen Y. Brown, Nathan Craig, Bobby Edwards, Elaina Hyatt, Micha Kelley, Sandy Norman, Marie Rhodes Williams, Rick C. Sloan, Rhonda Sumner, Kathleen Welch.
District 5-1 (1 seat): Mark Cleveland.
District 5-2 (1 seat): Meredith B. Gergley.
District 5-3 (2 seats): Jeff Boland, Derek Watchorn.
District 6 (4 seats): Charles I. Boyd, Lynn R. Harris, Wendell J. Lee, Henry Ross, Ishayda Smith-Hughes.
District 7-1 (1 seat): James A. Jones.
District 7-4 (1 seat): Sally N. Carroll, Rick L. Gray.
District 7-5 (2 seats): Meg Pickens Clayton, Gary D. Leake, Clay Mahaffey.
How do i File? Non-partisan Offices
Municipal, School Board and Public Service Districts (PSD) offices are
generally nonpartisan offices and require a Nonpartisan Statement of Intention of Candidacy (SIC) form or a Petition.
Municipal candidates file by SIC between Noon August 1 and Noon August 15 of odd numbered years and pay a filing fee to the
School Board candidates file by Petition, that must be submitted by Noon on July 15 of odd numbered years.
Public Service District candidates file by SIC between Noon August 1 and Noon August 15 in the year of their election.
County Soil and Water District Commissioner files by Petition , that must be submitted by Noon July 15 of even numbered years
In addition to filing the Statement of
Intention of Candidacy forms, each
candidate must electronically file with the
SC Ethics Commission the following:
Statement of Economics Interests
Pre-campaign and post-campaign disclosure
Candidates may access the Ethics
Commission website at www.ethics.sc.gov
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February 25, 2023 – Campaign Finance & Fundraising
March 11, 2023 – Crafting and Managing Your Message
March 18, 2023 – Help with Another Woman’s Campaign