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Lexington County
South Carolina

Politicians who lived in Lexington County

  Lexington County (no city given): Daniel Ernest Amick — Lemuel Boozer — Simeon Corley — Drayton Magart Crosson — Albert John Dooley — Lucius Erastus Dreher — Otto Blease Ellison — Archie Layman Harman — Jarvis Randolph Klapman — Larry Labruce Koon — Jimmy Leawood Martin — William Henry Sharpe — Cyrus Luther Shealy — Dalton Sheppard, Jr. — Furman Beasley Smith — R. Milo Smith — Charles Edwin Taylor — Tom Turnipseed — Marc Herbert Westbrook
  Lexington District County (now Lexington County): Lemuel Boozer — Paul Quattlebaum
  Batesburg (now part of Batesburg-Leesville): J. C. Glover — Francis C. Jones — J. F. Kneece — C. A. Nelson — George Bell Timmerman, Jr.
  Cayce: Sherry Shealy Martschink — Ammie Murray
  Irmo: Deborah Breedlove — John Roy Harper — W. A. Smith
  Leesville (now part of Batesburg-Leesville): Brenda Bedenbaugh — James P. Bodie
  Lexington: Liz Brown — Tony Denny — Roy Fairchild — Betty L. Fant — Joshua D. Gross — Kathryn E. Hensley — Samuel J. Leaphart — A. Frank Lever — A. Frank Lever — Katrina Shealy — R. Milo Smith — Floyd Spence — Inez Tenenbaum — Bridget Tripp — Brent A. Weaver — J. B. Wingard
  Lexington, Lexington District County (now Lexington County): H. I. Caughman
  Springdale: Joe Wilson
  Swansea: Wilber Lee Jeffcoat
  West Columbia: Joe Wilson — Joe Wilson — Roxanne Wilson
   See also South Carolina areas not assigned to counties.

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