Bamberg School Districts 1 & 2 election April 14th

Two incumbents have filed for reelection to retain their seats on the Bamberg School District Two School Board (Denmark- Olar Schools) in the April 14 nonpartisan election and are being opposed by a previous board member and a newcomer.

While in Bamberg School District One, two incumbents have filed for reelection on April 14th with one candidate receiving opposition, and the other being unopposed.

In the Denmark-Olar School District Two school board elections, incumbent Larry Bias has filed for another four year term on the board representing seat 1. Bias will be opposed by Willette H. Williams a former board member who has filed to run.

Incumbent Ann Causby, has filed to run for reelection to her district 2 seat on the District Two School Board for a third term. Causby is being opposed by Paula Whetstone who filed to run.

In Bamberg School District One, incumbent Stacy Long has filed for another term of office representing seat 3.

Long is being opposed by Robin Haynes. Dr. R. Dale Padgett has filed for reelection to his seat representing seat 4 in district one, and is unopposed.

Bamberg County Voter Registration Director Patti Jeffcoat reminds voters that the Bamberg County Courthouse will be closed on Good Friday April 10. Anyone wanting to vote by absentee must do so before or on Thursday April 9th or Monday April 13th.

A voting machine will be setup in the courthouse. The final election results will be certified on April 17th.