Tuesday's runoff election in Union County featured five races, but only one of them really mattered to local voters - the Democratic runoff for sheriff between incumbent Howard Wells and challenger David Taylor.
Mostly because of that race, 6,466 or 42 percent of the county's 15,293 registered voters, cast ballots Tuesday. That's slightly more than the 6,001 votes cast in the June 10 primary, a 39 percent turnout.
Union had the highest voter turnout of any county in South Carolina, according to the S.C. Election Commission.
Compared with Union, turnout in nearby counties pales in comparison: