Political Analyst Expects Governor's Races To Be Decided In Runoff

(Greenville, SC)  --  Tomorrow's election probably won't mean the end of the primary season, at least when it comes to the governor's race.  

Furman University political analyst Danielle Vinson predicts none of the candidates in the Republican and Democratic primaries for governor will get a majority of the vote tomorrow, which would mean a runoff in two weeks to decide each party's nominee.  

Vinson believes Governor Henry McMaster will most likely be in the Republican runoff against either Catherine Templeton or John Warren.  

When it comes to the Democrats, though, she tells the "Greenville News" she won't even hazard a guess.  


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