A Hilton Head woman running for mayor was labeled a Nazi supporter / Hitler admirer after an interview with the Post and Courier. Rochelle Williams, up against a Holocaust revisionist and others, explains her comments.
Barry W. Ginn, one of three Hilton Head Island SC candidates for mayor who filed on deadline day, said he’ll run on a platform that promotes safety of island kids and cyclists, accountability to citizens.
Alan Perry, one of three Hilton Head Island SC candidates for mayor who filed on deadline day, will run on the platform “change and tradition.” He is best known for leading the renovation of the Island Recreation Center.
Former Hilton Head mayor Tom Peeples filed to run and replace Mayor Bennett in 2018. Peeples withdrew his name from the ballot on Monday, citing concerns about not being able to devote fully to the office.
Hilton Head, South Carolina, mayoral candidate who calls himself a ‘Holocaust revisionist’ and another who says she admires aspects of Adolf Hitler have brought a sudden and unfair national reaction to Hilton Head.
Hilton Head Plantation resident Tim Ridge is running to represent Ward 2 on Town Council. He said he’s interested in “balancing the focus on tourism with the needs of residents” when marketing Hilton Head, SC.
At Hilton Head’s first 2108 mayoral candidate forum at Indigo Run, Holocaust revisionist Michael Santomauro sparked a moment of chaos when he shouted. Seven candidates will run for mayor this November.
Former school board member Paul Roth is running for the District 8 seat on the Beaufort County Board of Education, which consists of Bluffton and Hilton Head. Mary Cordray, former chairman, is not running for re-election.
Hilton Head Island Mayor David Bennett announced on the day of filing deadline that he will not be running for re-election this fall. For years, Bennett has not confirmed or denied rumors to run for a second term.
In a late filing, town council member Kim Likins filed to run for Hilton Head mayor to replace David Bennett. Likins is known for a series of defamation lawsuits and as a director of the Boys and Girls Club.
Mary Cordray, district 8 board member and one of former Beaufort County, SC, School District superintendent Jeff Moss’ most vocal supporters, has decided not to run for re-election for the board of education in November 2018.
Sandon Preston filed for candidacy in the Hilton Head mayoral race on Monday, but he wrote to the Island Packet last year claiming the island was ruined. He listed five reasons and said he stands by them today.
Stew Butler of Okatie, South Carolina, filed for the Beaufort County school board of education election to Geri Kinton’s District 5 seat, which represents Burton and portions of Beaufort. He will have two opponents.
Cathy Robine filed in August for the Beaufort County school board’s District 8 seat, which represents Hilton Head and Bluffton, in the Nov. 6 election. She will face John Eddy. Mary Cordray has not decided on running for re-election.
Evva Anderson filed for re-election to the District 7 seat, which represents the greater Bluffton and Okatie areas, on the Beaufort County SC Board of Education. She will face Rachel Wisnefski and Chris Davey.
Former attorney Patsy Brison is running to represent the southern end of the island on Hilton Head Town Council. She wants the island to realign with Charles Fraser’s vision of responsible environmental use.
Former Hilton Head Island town councilman and mayor Tom Peeples announced on Tuesday that he is running again for mayor, an office he held from 1995 to 2010. Here, he talks about why he's running and what he hopes to achieve if elected.