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Here’s where you can vote in the Myrtle Beach mayoral runoff election

The Myrtle Beach mayoral runoff election is Tuesday, and Brenda Bethune is working to unseat incumbent John Rhodes.

Bethune and Rhodes led the pack of candidates in the Nov. 7 election, but neither candidate received 50 percent of the vote plus one, resulting in a runoff election. Bethune and Rhodes faced Ed Carey, former Myrtle Beach Mayor Mark McBride and C.D. Rozsa.

Registered voters can hit the polls beginning at 7 a.m. Tuesday. You can vote even if you didn’t participate in the Nov. 7 election. Polls will close at 7 p.m.

Voters must present a photo ID at the polling place. Registration can be done online at https://info.scvotes.sc.gov.

Bethune will face off against incumbent mayor John Rhodes in a runoff Nov. 21.

Here’s where you can vote:

Coastal Lane 1 – Horry County Complex, 21st Avenue North

Coastal Lane 2 – Mary C. Canty Recreation Center, 971 Canal St.

Dunes 1 – Fire Station No. 5, 804 79th Ave. North

Jetport I – Fire Station No. 3, 2108 South Kings Highway

Jetport II – Base Recreation Center, 800 Gabreski Lane

Myrtlewood 1 – Myrtle Beach Intermediate School, 3301 Oak St.

Myrtlewood 2 – Fire Station No. 6, 970 38th Ave. North

Myrtlewood 3 – Myrtle Beach Church of Christ, 4500 Wild Iris Drive

Ocean Forest 1 – Ocean View Baptist Church Student Center, 7202 North Kings Highway

Ocean Forest 2 – Claire Chapin Epps Family YMCA, 5000 Claire Chapin Epps Drive

Ocean Forest 3 – First Freewill Baptist Church, 900A 67th Ave. North

Sea Oats 1 – Gymnasium, First Baptist Church, Fourth Ave. North

Sea Oats 2 – Midway Missionary Baptist Church, 1110 Highway 15

Megan Tomasic: 843-626-0343, @MeganTomasic

Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes reacts to the vote that leaves him in a run-off with Brenda Bethune.

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