2012 Congressional Election South Carolina Candidates

State
Stage
Party
Office
Election Status
Bobbie Rose
U.S. House (SC)
District 1
(Won)
Working Families, Democratic
Tim Scott
U.S. House (SC)
District 1
(Won)
Republican
Phil Black
U.S. House (SC)
District 2
(Lost)
Republican
Joe Wilson, Sr.
U.S. House (SC)
District 2 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Brian Doyle
U.S. House (SC)
District 3
(Won)
Democratic
Jeff Duncan
U.S. House (SC)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Cason Gaither
U.S. House (SC)
District 3
(Lost)
Democratic
Harold Gowdy III
U.S. House (SC)
District 4 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Deb Morrow
U.S. House (SC)
District 4
(Won)
Working Families, Democratic
James Tobias, Sr.
U.S. House (SC)
District 4
(Lost)
Democratic
Joyce Knott
U.S. House (SC)
District 5
(Won)
Working Families, Democratic
Michael Mulvaney
U.S. House (SC)
District 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jim Clyburn
U.S. House (SC)
District 6 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
André Bauer
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Too Close To Call)
Republican
Preston Brittain
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Too Close To Call)
Democratic
Gloria Bromell-Tinubu
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Democratic
Gloria Bromell-Tinubu
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Too Close To Call)
Working Families, Democratic
Renee Culler
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Parnell Diggs
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Democratic
Katherine Jenerette
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Jay Jordan, Jr.
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Edward Karabees
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Jim Mader
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Harry Pavilack
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Democratic
Chad Prosser
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Tom Rice
U.S. House (SC)
District 7 Incumbent
(Too Close To Call)
Republican
Ted Vick
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
Randal Wallace
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Mande Wilkes
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Dick Withington
U.S. House (SC)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican

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