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8 candidates file to run for Myrtle Beach City Council on November 3

Source: Myrtle Beach City Government Facebook Page Source: Myrtle Beach City Government Facebook Page

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach voters have eight candidates to choose from in the Myrtle Beach City Council Election on November 3. Candidates had until 12 p.m., on September 4, to file for the upcoming municipal election.

Three Council members will be elected and begin serving four-year terms in January. Myrtle Beach City Council seats are non-partisan and at-large.

A familiar name on the list is Mark McBride, former Mayor of Myrtle Beach from 1998-2006. Current Mayor, John T. Rhodes, defeated McBride in a run-off election in January 2010.

Below is a complete list of candidates.

  • Michael L. Chestnut
  • Mary Jeffcoat
  • John Stephen Krajc II
  • Mark McBride
  • Robert Palmer
  • Philip N. Render
  • Rick Sarver
  • Jacquelynne “Jackie” Vereen

Candidate packets will be available at City Hall, located at 937 Broadway Street in Myrtle Beach.

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