Only one of the five South Carolina incumbents were re-elected.
Electoral data are only available for the 1st and 5th district of South Carolina's 6 districts at the time of the elections of 1794.
|South Carolina 1||William L. Smith||Pro-Administration||1788||Incumbent re-elected to a new party.
|√ William L. Smith (Federalist) 51.7%|
John Rutledge, Jr. (Federalist) 37.3%
Thomas Tucker 11.0%
|South Carolina 2||New seat||New member elected.
Winner declined to serve and a special election was held to fill the resulting vacancy, electing Wade Hampton (Democratic-Republican).
|√ Robert Barnwell[Note 1]|
|South Carolina 3||Lemuel Benton||Anti-Administration||1793||Incumbent re-elected to a new party.
|√ Lemuel Benton (Democratic-Republican)[Note 1]|
|South Carolina 4||Richard Winn||Anti-Administration||1793||Incumbent re-elected to a new party.
|√ Richard Winn (Democratic-Republican)[Note 1]|
|South Carolina 5||Alexander Gillon||Anti-Administration||1793||Incumbent died October 6, 1794.
New member elected.
Winner of general election was also elected to finish Gillon's term, see above.
|√ Robert Goodloe Harper (Federalist) 58.3%|
John Hunter (Democratic-Republican) 41.7%
|John Hunter (Moved from the 2nd district)||Anti-Administration||1793||Incumbent lost re-election.|
|South Carolina 6||Andrew Pickens||Anti-Administration||1793||Unknown if incumbent retired or lost re-election.
|√ Samuel Earle (Democratic-Republican)[Note 1]|
- Source does not give numbers of votes or has incomplete data
- List of United States Representatives from South Carolina
- United States House of Representatives elections, 1794 and 1795
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