CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – Conway resident voted on three city council seats during Tuesday’s elections.
Two out of three open seats on the council are filled, according to official results. A runoff will happen for the third.
Re-elected Larry White finished with 1,244 votes, according to the official results posted by the city on Wednesday afternoon. He will serve his third term and says he will focus on flooding and economic growth.
Alex Hyman will serve his first term on council, after receiving 1,051 votes.
The City of Conway will have a run-off election for the third seat, between Randy Alford and Justin Jordan. Jordan received 781 votes while Alford received 659 votes.
Alford finished just 8 votes ahead of Incumbent Thomas Anderson.
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