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.
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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