In the aftermath of the election period there have been plenty of fascinating voting outcomes. Among them is a surprise in South Carolina for Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney.
According to a report from Tim Bourret, Dabo Swinney receive five write-in votes in the South Carolina governor’s race.
Henry McMaster ultimately won the election with over 54% of the vote and over 915,000 ballots cast in his name.
Additionally, Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow also received a write-in vote. Since the minimum age to be elected to public office in many states is 18, Renfrow might have been eligible had he received the votes.
Dabo Swinney received 5 write-in votes from Greenville County for governor of South Carolina. Clemson wide receiver Hunter Renfrow also got a vote.
— Tim Bourret (@TimBourret) November 8, 2018
Even though he didn’t win the election, Swinney is undoubtedly one of the most popular men in South Carolina.
He might be less popular among the Gamecocks’ fans though.
In 2016, Swinney led the Tigers to their second national championship ever with a 35-31 win over Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.