Folly Beach Mayor Tim Goodwin kept his seat in an election that drew heavy turnout Tuesday, according to unofficial results.
Goodwin, who is finishing up his first term, was running against Toni Connor-Rooks, a former city administrator who quit last May after 17 years on the job.
Unofficial results of Folly Beach election
Tim Goodwin (i) - 612
Toni Connor-Rooks - 434
Council (top three win)
Dale Stuckey (i) - 595
Pennell Clamp (i) - 532
D.J. Rich - 527
Ed Iames - 509
Paul Hume (i) - 381
John F. Merritt Jr. - 287
Source: Charleston County Board of Elections
Goodwin got about 58 percent of the votes and Toni Connor-Rooks got about 41 percent, according to unofficial returns from the county board of elections. There were a couple of write-in votes.
The mayor's position pays $9,600 a year.
Almost 45 percent of the city's registered voters turned out, which is considered unusually high for a municipal election.
Council members Dale Stuckey and Pennell Clamp were re-elected, but incumbent Paul Hume lost to challenger D.J. Rich, according to unofficial results.
Reach Dave Munday at 937-5553.
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