Three contenders have now filed to run for the vacant S.C. House District 84 seat.

Cody Anderson, Danny Feagin and Sean Pumphrey have all filed for the seat previously held by Rep. Ronnie Young, R-Clearwater, who died May 19.

Anderson is owner of George Funeral Home in Aiken and is seeking public office for the first time.

Feagin is a current member of the Aiken County Council and represents District 3. He was elected to the seat in 2016. Feagin is a lifelong resident of Aiken County and has worked for the Kimberly-Clark Corporation for 37 years.

Pumphrey is an Aiken native and U.S. Army veteran. He is the chairman of the S.C. Young Republicans.

Anderson, Feagin and Pumphrey are all running as Republicans and have all officially filed for the seat.

Filing for the seat opened at noon on June 7 and will close at noon on June 15.

The primary election will be held July 30 with a runoff election set for Aug. 31. The special election will be Oct. 1.

The deadline to register for the primary is June 30, and the deadline to register for the special election is Sept. 1.