In N. Charleston, longtime Mayor Keith Summey looks to retain seat

By Live 5 Web Staff| November 5, 2019 at 4:51 AM EST - Updated November 5 at 6:35 AM

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - North Charleston voters will head to the polls Tuesday to decide whether they want to keep Keith Summey as the city’s mayor.

Summey has been mayor since 1994 and if elected, it would be his seventh term in office.

In 2015, Summey won his sixth term as mayor, amassing approximately 60 percent of the vote.

When he announced his candidacy last December, Summey touted the city’s progress in the development sector including a new a $14 million recreation center.

Other candidates on the ballot running against him include Thomas Dixon, Floyd Dotter, Ashley Peele and John Singletary.

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