And then there were three.
Of the eight original Bluffton town council candidates, only incumbent Ted Huffman, Dan Wood and Harry Lutz remain.
Town voters have the chance to pick their favorites to fill the two open council seats in Tuesday's runoff election.
Wood won the most votes in the general election with 750, or 22.79 percent, according to official results from the Beaufort County Board of Elections.
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Huffman trailed just slightly with 728 votes, or 22.12 percent.
Lutz won 555 votes, or 16.86 percent.
Candidates would have had to win more than 25 percent of the vote in the general election to avoid a runoff.
Regardless of the outcome of Tuesday's runoff, there will be at least one new person on the five-member council. Councilwoman Karen Lavery did not seek re-election.
CAN I VOTE?
Before heading to the polls, make sure you live within town limits and are eligible to vote.
To check, visit the town's website at www.townofbluffton.sc.gov and click the link in the top right corner of the page that says "Do I live in Bluffton?"
Clicking that link brings users to an interactive map that allows them to locate their address.
Once you click your address, an information box will appear.
If the word "Bluffton" displays next to the "Town" category in that box, you can vote in municipal elections.
If the word "County" displays, you cannot.
Bluffton residents are allowed to vote in the runoff even if they did not vote in the primary earlier this month.
WHEN CAN I VOTE?
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
If voters can't make it to the polls Tuesday, they can cast an in-person absentee ballot between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.Monday at two locations: 61-B Ulmer Rd. in Bluffton and 15 John Galt Rd. in Beaufort.
WHERE DO I VOTE?
Polling locations are: Bluffton Library, 120 Palmetto Way; Rotary Community Center, 11 Recreation Ct.; Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 351 Buckwalter Parkway; and Pritchardville Elementary School, 9447 Evan Way.
To find your precinct and polling location, visit http://bit.ly/BCPollingLocations.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Remember to bring identification with you when you go to vote. The following forms of ID are accepted, according to the South Carolina State Election Commission: South Carolina driver's License, S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles ID card, South Carolina voter registration card with photo, federal military ID, or U.S. passport. For more information on acceptable forms of identification, visit http://www.scvotes.org
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