Elections

Town of Duncan, SC elections
 

Elections in the Town of Duncan are held every two years on odd number years. The Mayor and Council members serve four year terms. Two council members are up for election every two years. All elections for office in Duncan are nonpartisan. This means there are no political parties such as Democrats or Republicans. Anyone that has been a Duncan resident for at least 30 days before the election and is a registered voter can run.

Due to a tie in the recent June 11th elections there will be a run-off election held on Tuesday June 25, 2019. The polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM. The two candidates on the ballot will be:

James Wadell
Sundra Proctor Smith

Due to the expansion of the Duncan Town limits there are now five polling places in Duncan. Since there are only a few voters at the new polling place it will be closed on the day of the run-off. There will be a note on the door informing that person as to which polling place to vote at. The other four polling places will be open on election day.

Any questions are best answered by the election commission. The contact information for the Spartanburg County Election Commission is:

Spartanburg County Voter Registration and Elections
Physical Address
366 N Church St
Lower Level, Suite 1630
Spartanburg, SC 29303

Phone: 864-596-2549
Fax: 864-596-2958

The filing fee to run for Mayor or Council is 250 dollars. Contact Spartanburg County Voter Registration and Elections for more information on this.