Who Won South Carolina Elections in 2006?
Incumbent Republican Governor of South Carolina Mark Sanford won his re-election bid over Democratic challenger Tommy Moore.
In the House, all of South Carolina's Representatives remained the same as all the incumbents won re-election bids. They all won fairly handily. The smallest margin was 14 percentage points in the 5th District where Democrat John Spratt defeated Ralph Norman.
|1st District||Henry Brown||REP||Incumbent||59.9%|
|2nd District||Joe Wilson||REP||Incumbent||62.6%|
|3rd District||Gresham Barrett||REP||Incumbent||62.9%|
|4th District||Bob Inglis||REP||Incumbent||64.2%|
|5th District||John Spratt||DEM||Incumbent||56.9%|
|6th District||Jim Clyburn||DEM||Incumbent||64.4%|