U.S. Rep. Henry Brown won the Cordesville precinct that includes his family farm, but that was one of the few places he prevailed Tuesday over Dan Davis in the Republican runoff for Berkeley County supervisor.
Brown won seven of the 53 precincts reported Tuesday, none of them by a big margin.
Brown lost his home precinct of Hanahan 3, which includes his Dominion Hills neighborhood. He prevailed in only one of the city's three precincts, Hanahan 4.
Davis won the Hanahan 1 precinct where he lives, along with Precincts 2 and 3.
Brown did best in Moncks Corner, winning half of the town in Precincts 3 and 4. He also won Pimlico, Pinopolis and Whitesville.
The results will be certified this morning after uncounted ballots are included. Only about two dozen votes are at stake, Berkeley County Voters Registration and Elections Director Wanda Farley said. That's nowhere near enough to overcome Tuesday's gap of more than 1,800 votes.
The county has 53 precincts that are actual locations where people vote. The election board talks about 58 precincts because the absentee, provisional and other ballots that weren't counted Tuesday are considered five additional precincts. Those are the ballots that will be counted today.