S 451

  • South Carolina Senate Concurrent Resolution
  • 2021-2022 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Jan 13, 2021
  • Passed Senate Jan 12, 2021
  • House
  • Governor

A Concurrent Resolution To Fix Noon On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, As The Time To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 5, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 6, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 8, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Seat 3, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Ninth Judicial Circuit, Seat 3, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 3, Upon His Retirement On Or Before June 30, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill A New Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2027; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, To Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 1, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 2, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 3, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 4, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 5, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 6, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 7, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 8, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 9, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 10, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 12, To Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2026; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, To Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2025; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Administrative Law Court, Seat 3, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2025; And To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Administrative Law Court, Seat 6, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021.

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Jan 13, 2021

House

Introduced, adopted, returned with concurrence

Jan 12, 2021

Senate

Introduced, adopted, sent to House

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