Marlboro County’s turnout was low in Tuesday’s primary election.
Of the 19,674 registered voters, only 5,147 ballots (26.16 percent) were cast.
In the Democratic contest for Sheriff, unofficial results show incumbent Charles Lemon with 2,515 votes (59.47 percent) while Sammy Crosland had 1,714 (40.53 percent).
In the Republican contest for Sheriff, Henry Love had 409 (53.67 percent) and James Pauling had 353 (46.33 percent)
In the Clerk of Court race incumbent Anita Williams won against challenger Kireem Liles with 2,204 votes (52.97 percent) to 1,957 (47.03 percent).
In the race for County Council District 2, unofficial results show Dr. Damien Johnson with 334 (50.30 percent) while incumbent Willie Gladden had 212 (31.93 percent) and Dwayne Byers with 118 (17.77 percent).