Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Christmas Events and Parade (Updated with photos)

Update: Parade photos added

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Mrs. Claus at Christmas FestivalTo celebrate the upcoming holiday season, the City of North Charleston will host the following public Christmas events.

Christmas Festival and Parade

Saturday, December 3 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm around Park Circle with the Christmas Parade beginning at 6:00 pm. The Christmas Festival includes a Holiday Market with children activities, craft vendors, food vendors, and live musical performances on three stages. The Christmas Parade begins at the corner of Montague and Mixson Avenues, proceeds down Montague, around Park Circle, and concludes at Armory Park.
Immediately following the Christmas Parade, Mayor R. Keith Summey and Santa Claus light the City’s Christmas tree located outside the front entrance of the Felix C. Davis Community Center.



Winter Wonderland
Thursday, December 1 and Friday, December 2 from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at Armory Park. This free pre-school event provides young children an opportunity to visit Santa, participate in hands-on activities, including holiday arts & crafts, and take part in live performances and music.

Live Performances on Thursday & Friday by Becky Becker of Becky’s Box of Puppets, helping children discover the joy of reading and weaving magical tales that come to life before your eyes are two of Becky's trademarks.

For required pre-registration, contact the North Charleston Parks & Recreation Department at (843) 745-1028.

Children’s Theatre
Friday, December 2 at 10:00 am at Sterett Hall Auditorium, Atlantic Coast Theatre presents a Beatrix Potter Holiday. Famous children's author, Beatrix Potter, arrives to entertain the guests at her annual holiday party. Stories such as "The Tailor of Gloucester" and "The Rabbit's Christmas Party" come to life on stage with the help of the audience. Her most famous character, Peter Rabbit, may even surprise the guests.

This performance is full but a waiting list is available in case of cancellation. Call 740-5854 for more information.

Breakfast with Santa
Saturday, December 3 from 8:00 am to 10:00 am at Felix C. Davis Community Center. Breakfast with Santa gives area children the opportunity to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Claus. A hearty meal is provided. Tickets can be purchased Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm at the Felix C. Davis Community Center for $4.00 per person.

To purchase tickets, contact the North Charleston Parks & Recreation Department at (843) 745-1028 or visit the Felix C. Davis Community Center.

$5 to $50 Gift Market
Saturday, December 3 & Sunday, December 4; 11:00 am-3:00 pm at The Meeting Place. Presented by the North Charleston Artist Guild.

The $5 to $50 Gift Market is the perfect place to purchase original art, jewelry, and fine crafts by local artists as gifts for family and friends this holiday season. Admission is free and, as the name suggests, everything will be priced at or below $50. More information at northcharlestonartistguild.org

Christmas lights and displays will shine at Park Circle and on the eight exterior islands nightly from December 3 until New Year’s Day.



PHOTOS: Christmas Festival and Parade

For general inquiries, the public should visit www.northcharleston.org or contact Sheri Pearson at (843) 740-2538.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Wescott Golf Club open house with local vendors, prizes, and giveaways

The Golf Club at Wescott Plantation staff and the City of North Charleston invite you to our Open House Event.

Don’t miss out on a day full of fun that will include a kid’s zone, live music, food & specialty drinks, desserts, golf contests, games, over 30 local vendors with prizes and giveaways and much more! The combined value for the door prizes, raffles, and giveaways will be in the thousands so come by for a chance to win many great prizes, gift cards, and products from local businesses.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Golf Club at Wescott Plantation
5000 Wescott Club Drive
North Charleston, SC 29485

IT'S FREE

Lunch, Activities, and Giveaways
11:00 am – 3:00 pm 
(First 500 to register online and check-in at event will automatically be
entered in a raffle for a 3-month golf pass valued at $400)

Golf Tee Times
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
(Sign up early for preferred times. For just $10 enjoy 9 holes of
championship golf which includes green/cart fees and bottled water)
RSVP for Golf - Enter code: 5000Must RSVP
Golf registration will be limited to the first 200 players that sign up for the event!  

Must RSVP by Thursday, December 1, 2011

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Watch the November 22, 2011 City Council Meeting

A.C. Corcoran commemoration of our Veterans


On Friday, November 11, 2011 A.C. Corcoran Elementary welcomed service men and women who served valiantly for our country.

Corcoran Elem. celebrated Veteran’s Day with a school-wide assembly program. The Student Council led the program with the Military Magnet color guard leading the Pledge of Allegiance. The guest speaker was retired Lt. Colonel Charles Johnson, who is also CCSD District 4 Board Member for the Innovation Zone Learning Community (IZlC). Lt. Colonel Charles Johnson was escorted by the entire first grade outside to lead a march with song. Corcoran also recognized our staff, parents, friends, and community members who are Veterans.

Melissa Walker & John Humphries at City Gallery in December

Holes Drilled in Poseidon by John Humphries

Concurrent solo exhibitions by Melissa Walker and John Humphries will be on exhibit at the North Charleston City Gallery from December 1-30, 2011. Both artists will host a free opening reception at the gallery on Thursday, December 1, 2011, from 5pm-7pm. The public is invited to attend.

Evening in New Begun Creek by Melissa Walker
Course Corrections, new work by Melissa Walker will feature the artist’s most recent series of acrylic and collage paintings. Melissa’s work is influenced by abstract expressionism and incorporates many mixed media elements, such as nautical charts and silhouettes. Her pieces illustrate the essence of the ocean and the areas around it by depicting atmospheric conditions and times of day without creating a realistic view. The viewer is brought into the work with titles that repeat locations on the charts in many of the paintings. Each piece lends itself to the individual viewer’s interpretation. “Some will see the image as a bird’s eye view, much as you would view a map or look at the earth from an airplane,” she explains. “Others will see the same painting as a landscape, with the traditional sky, horizon line and water. It is up to you to choose how you view each work of art.”

Melissa Walker is a National Board Certified art educator with over 20 years experience teaching elementary, middle, high school and adult students. She received a BA in Art Education from East Carolina University and an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. She has continued to study painting with well known artists and instructors Robert Burridge, Bob Rankin, Joe Deguilio, Sterling Edwards, and Jack Shields. Melissa is a member of the Pastel Association of North Carolina and the North Carolina Watercolor Association, and is a long time member of the North Carolina Art Education Association. For more information, visit melissawalkerartist.com.

Drawn From Nothing features speculative design drawings in watercolour by Ohio based artist, John Humphries. Humphries’ drawings bridge the gap between architectural form and painting and combine delicate wooden constructions to maintain a tension between built form, sketches, and landform. Each piece strives to convey the character of the Midwest industrialized agrarian landscape full of built structures and machines overlain with textures maximized for crop growth, infrastructure, and the remnants of glacial and geological forces. According to Humphries, these drawings operate in three very important areas of architectural exploration. First, they address the process of making and discovering new forms and spatial relationships. Secondly, the drawings provide a way of seeing the world, particularly the most minute subject and exploring it. Finally, the physical artifacts demonstrate for the viewer a way of thinking about cities, landscape, design, and architecture in many ways, allowing the viewer to consider space and the role drawings play in capturing spatial ideas. “Concept drawings are essential to the experiences of design as love is essential to humans,” Humphries explains. “Love which, unlike sex, is not essential to propagation--one can live without it, but does not live very much. The hybrid landscapes in the drawings promise everything that is more than that which is necessary—everything that compelled immigrants to transform a wilderness and everything non-utilitarian in culture.”

Having completed degrees in Architecture and Design with a brief foray as a saucier and metal-smith, John Humphries is now a visual artist, gardener, and designer focusing on translating one media form to another. He currently directs graphic media at Miami University within the School of Fine Arts. His work has been exhibited nationwide, most notably at the Core Gallery for Biennale of the Americas (Denver, CO), Warehouse Gallery one (Peoria, IL), Dorothy Reed Gallery and Phyllis Weston Gallery (Cincinnati, OH), Gallery See (Atlanta, GA), Rosewood Gallery (Kettering, OH), and Arlington Museum of Art (Arlington, TX). For more information, visit his website at albatrossjim.com.

The North Charleston City Gallery is located in the Charleston Area Convention Center with free parking and admission during regular Convention Center operating hours 9:00AM – 5:00PM, daily.  The Gallery is staffed on Friday, Saturday, and Monday only.   Inquiries regarding artists or purchase information may be directed to the North Charleston Cultural Arts Department at (843) 740-5854. For information on additional exhibits, programs, and events, visit the Cultural Arts section of the City’s website at www.northcharleston.org.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Streit USA Armoring announces expansion in North Charleston

Streit USA Armoring, a maker of armored vehicles, today announced plans to expand current operations in North Charleston. The $5.8 million investment is expected to generate more than 50 new jobs over the next three years.

“Demand for our products has grown, so we needed to grow in order to keep up. We are pleased to have the opportunity to grow here. North Charleston and South Carolina have provided an excellent business climate and a great location for our business, and we look forward to expanding here. We’d also like to thank our builder, Frampton and Associates, who has helped us move this project forward,” said Eric Carlson, vice president/partner of Streit USA Armoring.

Streit USA Armoring will establish a new facility to be built by Frampton and Associates in the Palmetto Commerce Park, moving its existing operations from a leased building. The move will allow the company to add four new production lines, greatly increase its output and more than double the manufacturing space to 75,000 square feet.

“We are always excited when one of our existing businesses chooses to increase its footprint in South Carolina. We celebrate Streit USA Armoring’s decision to expand and create more than 50 new well-paying jobs in North Charleston,” said Gov. Nikki Haley.

“Congratulations to Streit USA Armoring on this exciting expansion news,” said Charleston County Council Chairman Teddie Pryor. “This dynamic company occupies a very unique security market niche, and we are gratified to have them expand their operations in North Charleston during such trying economic times. I am confident that our skilled workforce, superior logistics and positive business climate will be a recipe for profitability as Streit continues to grow. As they do, they will always have a steadfast partner in Charleston County.”

“The expansion of Streit USA Armoring to Palmetto Commerce Park gives us confidence that North Charleston and the greater Charleston region remain ripe environments for businesses to flourish,” said North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey. “We applaud Streit’s success and are thankful for the capital investment and job creation in our community.”

“It’s wonderful to see the automotive industry strengthening and growing in our community,” said Charleston Regional Development Alliance Chairman R.M. Singletary. “Streit USA Armoring’s expansion is good news for us all, particularly the Port of Charleston, another key driver of our regional economy. This partnership will continue to drive economic prosperity throughout the three-county region for years to come.”

Proximity to the Port of Charleston was an important factor when the company initially decided to locate operations in the area. The company will continue to import parts and export finished products through the port.

“We appreciate Streit USA Armoring’s trust in our port, the region and our state,” said Jim Newsome, president and CEO of the South Carolina Ports Authority.  “The Port of Charleston has the quality facilities, skilled labor and support industry to handle any international shipping need.”

The company will begin hiring for the new positions next summer, and will be using ReadySC to assist with the hiring process.

For more information about the company, please visit www.armored-cars.com/streit/.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Cummins Inc. announces expansion of test facilities

Cummins Diesel
Flickr user mudmucks
Cummins Inc. announced today an investment of $24 million over three years to expand the research and development capabilities at its technical center in North Charleston, S.C.

The Cummins Technical Center will be capable of running a variety of engines and test a wide range of fuels. Plans call for hiring 31 new engineers, mechanical technicians and electrical technicians immediately with more potential hires in the future.

"The expansion nearly doubles capacity at this site with state-of-the-art facilities to enable testing on diesel, pipe line natural gas and non standard gas engines and help the Company in its drive to be the innovation leader in the industry," said Jim Trueblood, Vice President -- High Horsepower Engineering. "We are excited to be able to partner with the State of South Carolina and expand our testing facilities right here in North Charleston."

"A package put together by state and local officials, access to a skilled workforce and community amenities capable of drawing skilled workers in the future all played an important role in our decision," said Gary Johnson, Operations Manager, Cummins Technical Center, "Having a company facility that could be renovated was an important factor as well."

Representatives of Charleston County and the City of North Charleston participated in today's announcement. "As one of Charleston County's most long-standing corporate citizens, Cummins has been a major employer in our community for the past 30 years," said Teddie Pryor, Chairman of Charleston County Council.

"This exciting news concerning the growth of the Technical Center in North Charleston is a gratifying testimonial to the company's faith in our workforce," Pryor added.

North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey said: "We thank Cummins Technical Center for their continued commitment to doing business in North Charleston. Cummins' research and development facility is a catalyst to our advancing high tech economy."

The Charleston Regional Development Alliance hosted the event. "Smart companies like Cummins are using innovation as a key driver of economic growth and we're pleased to celebrate their continued investment in our community," said CRDA Chairman R.M. Singletary.

Cummins is proud to be a valued employer and partner in the Charleston area and we look forward to continuing our relationship with the City of North Charleston, Charleston County and the State of South Carolina.

About Cummins

Cummins Inc., a global power leader, is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, (USA) Cummins employs approximately 40,000 people worldwide and serves customers in approximately 190 countries and territories through a network of more than 600 company-owned and independent distributor locations and approximately 6,000 dealer locations. Cummins earned $1.0 billion on sales of $13.2 billion in 2010. Press releases can be found on the Web at http://cummins.com .

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Veterans Day in North Charleston

The City of North Charleston hosted its annual Veterans Day tribute on Friday, November 11, 2011 from at Park Circle with keynote speaker Colonel Frank S. Taylor. Over 500 veterans in attendance were honored.

The Department of Defense and the National Committee for Veterans Day selected North Charleston as a Regional Site for Veterans Day 2011. North Charleston is the only regional site in the State of South Carolina.



Major Joe Lysaght of the 3rd BDE South Carolina State Guard, gives the History of the Pledge of Allegiance.



Ten year old Tre' Williams reads his essay on what it means to be a veteran.

In Photos

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! 2012 North Charleston Arts Festival design competition underway

The City of North Charleston is calling all artists to participate in the 2012 North Charleston Arts Festival design competition. The winning piece will become the official design of the 2012 Arts Festival and will be featured on promotion materials and merchandise, including advertisements, brochures, posters, apparel, online, and more. The 2012 North Charleston Arts Festival will be held May 4-12, 2012. 

The winning artist will receive $500, have their piece become part of the City’s Public Art Collection, and be given an opportunity to exhibit other works at the North Charleston City Gallery during the Arts Festival.

Applications will be online starting November 15, 2011 with a deadline of Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 12:00 noon. There is NO entry fee to participate. The competition is open to South Carolina residents ages 18 and older. Categories of work accepted are: acrylic, oil, drawing/pastel, watercolor and mixed media.


Call the North Charleston Cultural Arts Department for more information at (843) 740-5854.

The North Charleston Arts Festival is organized and presented by the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department and numerous volunteers. The nine-day celebration of the arts is one of the most comprehensive arts festivals in the Lowcountry, providing over 30,000 residents & visitors with an array of performances, exhibitions, and activities. The festival maintains the spirit of a community celebration with the mission of presenting a comprehensive, multi-discipline event schedule that provides an array of performing, visual, media, and literary arts events for people of all ages and backgrounds. The festival is accessible to all with numerous free and moderately priced events.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Post election interview with Mayor Summey



North Charleston Mayor R. Keith Summey is joined by local TV stations and reporters for an informal Q&A following his victory in the 2011 Mayoral elections.

Election Results

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Charleston County School District makes ratings leap

Library makeover at Burns Elem from Target
According to district report cards released by the South Carolina Department of Education today, CCSD’s growth rating jumped from “Below Average” to “Excellent,” and its Absolute rating increased from “Average” to “Good.”  The district’s graduation rate rose from 67% last year to 72% this year.

CCSD SCHOOLS 2010
CCSD SCHOOLS 2011
26  Excellent
30  Excellent (+4)
5    Good
6    Good (+1)
27  Average
25  Average (-2)
14  Below Average
12  Below  Average (-2)
12   At Risk
12 At Risk 

“Our district’s ‘Excellent’ growth rating and ‘Good’ absolute rating show that when we focus on literacy and teacher effectiveness—two hallmarks of Charleston Achieving Excellence—it really pays off for students,” said Dr. McGinley.  “This continued progress is a testament to our teachers’ hard work, our principals’ leadership, and our parents and community members’ commitment to public schools and the students they serve.”  

CCSD’s jump in its growth rating was attributed specifically to the substantial improvement of historically underachieving groups of students.  CCSD schools showed progress across multiple categories, including Gifted and Talented education, Advanced Placement, and the graduation rate.  This year, the state’s graduation calculation was changed to better reflect the true four-year graduation rate. “We’re very encouraged by these results, and at the same time, we’re not content so long as there are achievement gaps and our absolute rating is ‘good’,” said Dr. McGinley.  “The next phase of our strategic plan—Vision 2016—is all about accelerating our progress, setting bold goals, focusing our resources on proven strategies, and building an accountability system driven by what’s best for students and the entire community.”

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

North Charleston unofficial election results

SUMMARY REPORT        Charleston County                Unofficial Results
Run Date:11/09/11     Municipal Elections
RUN TIME:08:58 AM November 8, 2011
Mayor of North Charleston
Seats to Fill 1
Chris Collins . . . . . . . . . 1,718 21.87
Keith Summey . . . . . . . . . 6,108 77.76
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 29 .37
City Council District 1 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Ed Astle. . . . . . . . . . . 286 60.59
Gregory A Deese . . . . . . . . 185 39.19
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 1 .21

City Council District 2 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Rhonda Jerome . . . . . . . . . 528 97.60
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 13 2.40

City Council District 3 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Russell Coletti . . . . . . . . 308 37.70
Robert Bobby Jameson. . . . . . . 509 62.30
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 0

City Council District 4 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Ron Brinson. . . . . . . . . . 434 56.58
Brian Hill . . . . . . . . . . 142 18.51
Vernon Pryor . . . . . . . . . 189 24.64
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 2 .26

City Council District 5 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Steve Ayer . . . . . . . . . . 481 45.16
Zach Closser . . . . . . . . . 75 7.04
Todd Olds . . . . . . . . . . 506 47.51
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 3 .28

City Council District 6 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Michael Dockery . . . . . . . . 97 19.88
Dorothy King Williams . . . . . . 386 79.10
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.02

City Council District 7 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Sam Hart. . . . . . . . . . . 458 96.83
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 15 3.17

City Council District 8 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Joe N Collins . . . . . . . . . 170 12.09
Kay Hyman . . . . . . . . . . 292 20.77
Bob King. . . . . . . . . . . 671 47.72
Russ Patterson. . . . . . . . . 266 18.92
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 7 .50

City Council District 9 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Kenny Skipper . . . . . . . . . 340 48.92
Dwight Stigler. . . . . . . . . 355 51.08
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 0

City Council District 10 NC
Seats to Fill 1
Michael A Brown . . . . . . . . 526 55.60
James Johnson . . . . . . . . . 418 44.19
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 2 .21
PRECINCT #
NAME OF PRECINCT
SUMMEY
COLLINS
WRITE IN
CHARLESTON 15
SANDERS CLYDE ELEMENTARY
CHARLESTON 21
FREDDIE WHALEY COMM CTR
5
3
0
DEER PARK 1A
A C CORCORAN ELEMENTARY
72
19
0
DEER PARK 1B
LADSON ELEMENTARY
121
22
0
DEER PARK 2A
A C CORCORAN ELEMENTARY
218
56
0
DEER PARK 2B
A C CORCORAN ELEMENTARY
83
20
5
DEER PARK 2C
A C CORCORAN ELEMENTARY
170
28
0
DEER PARK 3
PINEHURST ELEMENTARY
92
17
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 01
GETHSEMANE COMMUNITY CTR
105
91
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 02
JENKINS ORPHANAGE
27
22
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 03
MINER CROSBY BUILDING
275
44
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 04
GARRETT ACADEMY
119
42
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 05
E A BURNS ELEMENTARY
138
89
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 06
MARY FORD ELEMENTARY
126
113
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 07
CHICORA ELEMENTARY
83
72
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 08
NORTH CHARLESTON HIGH
151
17
3
NORTH CHARLESTON 09
NORTH CHARLESTON ELEMENTARY
268
26
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 10
MATILDA F DUNSTON ELEMENTARY
129
47
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 11
FELIX DAVIS COMM CENTER
296
24
2
NORTH CHARLESTON 12
CTR OF THE ARTS AND ACADEMIC
155
5
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 13
FELIX PINCKNEY COMM CENTER
111
54
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 14
MALCOLM HURSEY ELEMENTARY
99
24
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 15
ST JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH
64
21
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 16
MALCOLM HURSEY ELEMENTARY
105
26
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 17
MORNINGSIDE MIDDLE
87
43
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 18
W B GOODWIN ELEMENTARY
183
68
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 19
GARRETT ACADEMY
65
36
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 20
W B GOODWIN ELEMENTARY
160
33
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 21
LAMBS ELEMENTARY
99
24
2
NORTH CHARLESTON 22
LAMBS ELEMENTARY
67
20
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 23
HUNLEY PARK ELEMENTARY
178
51
1
NORTH CHARLESTON 24
HUNLEY PARK ELEMENTARY
98
53
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 25
HIGHLAND TERRACE COMM CTR
115
47
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 26
PERSEPHONE MOULTRIE COMM CTR
34
20
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 27
MIDLAND PARK PRIMARY
57
23
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 28
TRIDENT TECH
15
4
0
NORTH CHARLESTON 29
MIDLAND PARK PRIMARY
65
15
2
NORTH CHARLESTON 30
PEPPERHILL ELEMENTARY
235
73
0
ARCHDALE
FORT DORCHESTER HIGH
0
ARCHDALE 2
FORT DORCHESTER HIGH
115
17
0
ASHLEY RIVER
RIVER OAKS MIDDLE
37
7
0
COOSAW
FORT DORCHESTER ELEMENTARY
214
15
0
COOSAW 2
FORT DORCHESTER ELEMENTARY
267
53
0
KINGS GRANT
OAKBROOK MIDDLE
191
40
0
KINGS GRANT 2
OAKBROOK MIDDLE
44
13
0
LINCOLN
CATHEDRAL OF PRAISE
90
4
0
OAKBROOK
OAKBROOK MIDDLE
166
36
0
PATRIOT
FORT DORCHESTER HIGH
0
0
0
WINDSOR
CATHEDRAL OF PRAISE
72
4
0
ABSENTEE
428
121
7
FAIL SAFE
14
16
0
TOTAL
6108
1718
29
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
ASTLE
DEESE
WRITE IN
1
North Charleston 18
15
24
0
1
North Charleston 22
48
25
0
1
North Charleston 23
140
62
1
1
North Charleston 24
68
60
0
1
Patriot
0
0
0
ABSENTEE
5
3
0
TOTAL
276
174
1
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
JEROME
WRITE IN
2
Deer Park 1B
2
1
2
Deer Park 2A
40
0
2
Deer Park 2B
21
3
2
Deer Park 3
102
2
2
North Charleston 30
270
5
2
North Charlseton 29
74
2
2
Patriot
0
0
ABSENTEE
7
0
TOTAL
516
13
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
COLETTI
JAMESON
WRITE IN
3
Deer Park 1A
40
50
0
3
Deer Park 1B
35
97
0
3
Deer Park 2A
105
114
0
3
Deer Park 2B
31
44
0
3
Deer Park 2C
65
132
0
ABSENTEE
25
50
0
TOTAL
301
487
0
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
BRINSON
HILL
PRYOR
WRITE IN
4
Coosaw
124
71
33
2
4
Coosaw 2
151
48
120
0
4
Lincoln
68
12
14
0
4
Patriot
0
0
0
0
4
Windsor
58
6
12
0
4
Deer Park 1B
2
1
6
0
ABSENTEE
27
2
3
0
TOTAL
430
140
188
2
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
AYER
CLOSSER
OLDS
WRITE IN
5
North Charleston 3
87
42
191
0
5
North Charleston 4
7
0
9
0
5
North Charleston 2
3
0
1
0
5
North Charleston 18
138
4
54
0
5
North Charleston 19
50
10
40
0
5
North Charleston 22
1
0
3
1
5
North Charleston 21
45
8
70
0
5
North Charleston 20
76
7
110
2
ABSENTEE
38
1
8
0
TOTAL
445
72
486
3
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
DOCKERY
WILLIAMS
WRITE IN
6
Patriot
6
North Charleston 25
18
109
1
6
North Charleston 5
23
88
3
6
North Charleston 4
27
104
0
6
North Charleston 28
3
7
0
6
North Charleston 17
3
21
0
6
North Charleston 18
9
4
0
6
North  Charleston 19
0
0
0
6
North Charleston 26
0
2
0
6
North Charleston 24
4
10
1
6
North Charleston 27
7
29
0
ABSENTEE
2
8
0
TOTAL
96
382
5
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
HART
WRITE IN
7
Deer Park 2A
18
2
7
Deer Park 2B
5
0
7
North Charleston 13
78
1
7
North Charleston 15
47
1
7
North Charleston 16
61
5
7
North Charelston 17
93
2
7
North Charleston 25
25
0
7
North Charleston 26
48
1
7
North Charleston 27
39
2
7
North Charleston 28
8
0
7
North Charleston 5
0
0
7
North Charleston 7
9
0
7
North Charleston 8
1
0
ABSENTEE
0
0
TOTAL
432
14
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
COLLINS
HYMAN
KING
PATTERSON
WRITE IN
8
North Charleston 10
56
31
72
14
1
8
North Charleston 11
11
78
179
49
2
8
North Charleston 12
3
22
92
41
1
8
North Charleston 13
23
4
42
0
2
8
North Charleston 14
18
49
27
27
0
8
North Charleston 16
14
5
20
6
0
8
North Charleston 8
15
33
55
55
0
8
North Charleston 9
19
63
146
65
1
ABSENTEE
4
2
27
1
0
TOTAL
163
287
660
258
7
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
SKIPPER
STIGLER
WRITE IN
9
Archdale
9
Archdale2
81
51
0
9
Ashley River
17
25
0
9
Kings Grant
124
105
0
9
Kings Grant2
40
18
0
9
Oakbrook
61
141
0
9
Saul Dam
9
North Charleston 23
11
6
0
ABSENTEE
4
9
0
TOTAL
338
355
0
DISTRICT
PRECINCT
BROWN
JOHNSON
WRITE IN
10
Charleston 15
10
Charleston 21
10
North Charleston 1
155
44
1
10
North Charlseton 2
30
13
0
10
North Charleston 5
49
55
0
10
North Charleston 6
144
101
1
10
North Charleston 7
79
60
0
10
North Charleston 8
3
0
0
10
North Charleston 15
14
9
0
ABSENTEE
17
55
0
TOTAL
491
337
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