Voter turnout: See how your county ranked

According to the State Election Commission, just over 24 percent of all registered voters turned out for the Republican Primary on Saturday.

That percentage equates to over 711,000 voters out of about 3 million state-wide.

The top county in the state for voter turnout was Pickens County, where more than a third of all voters (36.3%) had their vote counted.

Several upstate counties were near the top of the list of all SC counties in voter turnout, including Pickens, Oconee, Anderson, and Greenville counties.

Here is the full list of counties by voter turnout as of 11pm:

  1. Pickens 36.31%
  2. Oconee 32.85%
  3. Lexington 32.69%
  4. Beaufort 32.11%
  5. Greenville 31.44%
  6. Anderson 30.92%
  7. Saluda 30.59%
  8. Horry 28.61%
  9. Georgetown 28.36%
  10. Cherokee 28.21%
  11. Spartanburg 28.21%
  12. McCormick 27.13%
  13. Kershaw 26.94%
  14. Greenwood 26.62%
  15. Newberry 26.38%
  16. Laurens 25.96%
  17. Edgefield 25.32%
  18. Berkeley 25.27%
  19. Abbeville 24.88%
  20. Lancaster 24.26%
  21. York 24.05%
  22. Dorchester 23.76%
  23. Calhoun 22.09%
  24. Union 21.43%
  25. Florence 21.42%
  26. Darlington 21.08%
  27. Charleston 20.80%
  28. Barnwell 19.58%
  29. Chesterfield 18.01%
  30. Clarendon 18.71%
  31. Jasper 17.93%
  32. Fairfield 16.72%
  33. Chester 16.60%
  34. Richland 16.47%
  35. Sumter 16.33%
  36. Dillon 14.02%
  37. Marion 13.22%
  38. Hampton 13.14%
  39. Bamberg 12.61%
  40. Williamsburg 12.54%
  41. Lee 11.84%
  42. Orangeburg 11.82%
  43. Marlboro 9.94%
  44. Colleton 8.28%
  45. Allendale 6.27%
  46. Aiken 3.36%

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