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  • School board member explains campaign donations, district switch

    David Cox, Horry County Board of Education District 9 representative, explains why he's campaigning for the District 4 seat. His campaign has raised nearly $17,000 from parties connected to the district's school building projects, but he said most of his fundraising has come from Joe DeFeo, board chairman. Cox said his experience on the board and knowledge of the most pressing topics gives him the best shot at representing the people of District 4.

School board member explains campaign donations, district switch

David Cox, Horry County Board of Education District 9 representative, explains why he's campaigning for the District 4 seat. His campaign has raised nearly $17,000 from parties connected to the district's school building projects, but he said most of his fundraising has come from Joe DeFeo, board chairman. Cox said his experience on the board and knowledge of the most pressing topics gives him the best shot at representing the people of District 4.
Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com