District 6 precincts
Aiken No. 1: City Auditorium, 214 Park Ave. S.W.Aiken No. 2: American Legion Post 212, 602 Hampton Ave. N.W.Aiken No. 4: Smith-Hazel Recreation Center, 400 Kershaw St. N.E.Aiken No. 5: St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church, 219 York St.Eureka No. 14: Old Time Gospel Church, 1231 Luke Bridge Road, TrentonGloverville 15: Catholic Center, 2443 Augusta Road, GlovervilleGraniteville 16: Leavelle McCampbell, 81 Canal St., GranitevilleMillbrook No. 20: Aiken Elementary School, 2050 Pine Log RoadShaws Fork 33: Shaws Fork Baptist Church, 1085 Shaws Fork RoadShiloh No. 34: Center Fire Department, 2593 Columbia HighwaySix Points 35: Kalmia Mall, 1680 Richland Ave. W.Vaucluse No. 38: Vaucluse First Baptist Church, 2 Church St., VaucluseWard No. 40: Jerusalem Baptist Church, 4185 Columbia Highway N., Ridge SpringWarrenville 41: First Baptist Church of Warrenville, 1012 Aiken Blvd., WarrenvilleBreezy Hill 50: Christian Heritage Church, 285 Ascauga Lake Road, GranitevilleCouchton No. 56 and Redd's Branch 57: East Aiken Elementary, 233 Old Wagener Road
The general election for Aiken County Council's District 6 seat will be held on Tuesday, although voter turnout is expected to be light with only one candidate on the ballot.
Republican Phil Napier will be the only name listed on Tuesday's ballot after winning the Republican primary for the seat on Feb 5. Napier, a small-business owner and volunteer fire chief of the GVW Fire Department, previously served on County Council from 1999 to 2002.
No Democratic candidate filed for the seat. However, voters will still be able to cast a write-in vote for a candidate if they choose.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Only one precinct location has changed from February's primary. The polling station for Precinct 56, the Aiken Electric Cooperative office located at 2790 Wagener Road, has been moved to the polling place for Precinct 57, East Aiken Elementary School, located at 233 Old Wagener Road. Only Aiken County residents living in District 6 are eligible to vote in the election.
Cynthia Holland, executive director of Aiken County Registration and Elections, said she expects turnout to be very low with only one name on the ballot and no candidate putting together a concerted write-in vote effort.
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