Laurens County Voters Return to Polls for June 25 Runoff Elections

June 24, 2024

It’s been a quick two weeks since the June 11 Primary, and now, on Tuesday, June 25, voters in Laurens County will return to the polls. Every vote counts, as demonstrated by the County Council District 7 race that ended in a literal tie.

Early voting for the runoff was held from Wednesday, June 19, through Friday, June 21. According to Lynne West, director of voter registration and elections for Laurens County, 677 people voted during the early voting period for the runoff, compared to 1,530 in the primary.

For those who have not yet voted, it’s important to check your sample ballot at to see the offices in which you are eligible to vote, as some voters will not have a runoff.

Key Points for Runoff Voting:

  • Voters who participated in the June 11 Primaries are limited to voting in the same party’s runoff.
  • Voters who did not vote in the June 11 Primaries can choose to vote in either party’s runoff.

Polling Place Information:

  • Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on June 25.
  • Check your polling place at before heading out to vote.
  • Bring your Photo ID.

June 25 Runoffs for Laurens County:

  • US House of Representatives, District 3 – (Republican)
    • Sheri Biggs
    • Mark Burns
  • County Council, District 7 – (Republican)
    • Justin Lane
    • David Tribble

As Laurens County voters head back to the polls, their participation will play a crucial role in determining the outcome of these important races.