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In all, voting was quite light around the area as the race's lacked big-name candidates for national seats.
The Post and Courier has a small photo gallery of races from all over.
Still, folks came out and folks were elected. -- Just click the links for more info about the races.
The real heat of the day was in the City of Charleston's council races. There's a runoff in store, and incumbents faced a mixed bag at the poll. Most notably in district two where five-term councilwoman Yvonne Evans narrowly lost her re-election bid. Here's some video on that race.
Over in Mount Pleasant Billy Swails is Mount Pleasant's new mayor -- nabbing some 45% of the vote in a three-way race. -- The Post and Courier has a nice roundup and reaction to that race.
ABC News 4 has a video of the election party and a short profile.
The paper also has details on which four of the 19 council candidates won.
Ravenel also saw some heat in its council race, where one challenger didn't land a seat.
Isle of Palms re-elected their relatively new mayor, and four council seats.
Seabrook ousted two incumbents and elected two new members to its council.
And Rockville's no-contest election managed to fill all four council seats and even a mayoral one.
That about does it.
If you're the type who likes numbers, NBC News 2 has a raw list of results.