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RESIDENTS ENDORSE DWYER SCOTT

ENTIRE DEBATE HELD EARLIER THIS PAST WEEK IN CAROLINA FOREST.  ELECTION IS THIS TUESDAY After carefully listening to the debates held earlier this week and weighing each candidate,  the Steering Committe of the Facebook page Make Myrtle Beaches Free, Clean and Safe has officially endorsed District 56 candidate Dwyer Scott. In …

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MAYOR RHODES SIDESTEPS RESIDENTS AGAIN

John Rhodes Dismisses Residents

Mayor John Rhodes declined the invitation, saying “I’m not going to be asked questions.” For the fifth time this 2017 election season,  Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes has avoided public interactions with residents during his campaign. According to a report in the Myrtle Beach Sun News published Saturday, Mark McBride, Brenda …

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District 56: Scott & Residents Versus Tourism Lobby

Dwyer Scott

District 56 Election is this Tuesday, October 24th When Dwyer Scott first began his campaign to represent his community in District 56, his opponent, Tim McGinnis – former WPDE TV 15 news anchor, was already a well known name. Scott knew that going in. What Scott could not have fully …

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McGinnis -Mailers, TV, And Rebuttals To MBACC

Myrtle Beach Chamber Controversy

As the residents of Carolina Forest began having their mail boxes filled with campaign materials from Citizens For Conservative Values, (a local PAC with proven ties to the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber), District 56 candidate Tim McGinnis told MyrtleBeachSC.com last night he has had no direct discussions with the T.V. …

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Candidate McBride Confronts City On Selective Enforcement Of Policies

McBride Confront City

Candidate for Mayor Mark McBride held a press conference at city hall today in regards to what he, and local residents, continue to call inconsistent and selective enforcement of Myrtle Beach city government policies. Mr. McBride was notified on October 2nd that his technology jobs summit scheduled for 6 p.m. …

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Challengers – Incumbents Debate Myrtle Beach’s Future

Myrtle Beach Council Debate NAACP

The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored the NAACP Myrtle Beach City Council Debates which were held at the Train Depot last night to a full house of city residents in attendance. All nine city council candidates debated, with Matthew Hardee showing up late as a result of a …

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