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HORRY COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY AND DEMOCRATIC PARTY PRIMARIES ARE JUNE 9

Horry County residents will head to the polls on June 9 to vote in Republican Party and Democratic Party primaries to select prospective leaders for local, state, and federal governments. (North Myrtle Beach City Council elections do not occur until November 2021.)

If you have questions about the voting process this year, please call Horry County Voter Registration at (843) 915-5440 or visit their website at:
www.horrycounty.org/Departments/Voters-Registration-And-Elections

The website also offers an interactive map that will help voters determine their voter precinct.

Any runoffs will be held on June 23.
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HORRY COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY AND DEMOCRATIC PARTY PRIMARIES ARE JUNE 9

Horry County residents will head to the polls on June 9 to vote in Republican Party and Democratic Party primaries to select prospective leaders for local, state, and federal governments. (North Myrtle Beach City Council elections do not occur until November 2021.)

If you have questions about the voting process this year, please call Horry County Voter Registration at (843) 915-5440 or visit their website at:
https://www.horrycounty.org/Departments/Voters-Registration-And-Elections 

The website also offers an interactive map that will help voters determine their voter precinct.

Any runoffs will be held on June 23.

June 2, 2020 March for Change in North Myrtle Beach ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks like it was done just right. That’s the way to make a change. People will listen and respect the way you handled yourselves

Glad all went well . We all listened and understood

Dee Policastro they were following the instructions of public safety officers.

Wonder who organized them, paid them and how much. dGlad it was peaceful

ALL LIVES MATTER!

Get rid of all drugs its making a bad reputation of the place and people don't want to visit. Take back to way it was.

Anyone know what part of town this was?

They started at the old BILO on main then down to OD then up to 2nd n back to the old BILO. All seemed to go very well.

Got no problems with a peaceful protest.

So much for COVID lol. If we don’t see a spike in cases in 2 weeks then we’ll know this COVID crap was a hoax

Glad the protest was peaceful.

Such a diverse group of demographics was represented

Peaceful

Don't vote for any Dems.

Get a job....

It was basically a a F**k Trump Rally....sad that man has done more for the black community than the last 10 Presidents COMBINED

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