City Council meeting
  • Special election set for March 26

  • Jan 4 2019

A special election to fill a vacant seat on Goose Creek City Council has been set for Tuesday, March 26. The vacancy occurred when Councilmember Brandon Cox resigned his seat after winning a Berkeley County Council seat in the 2018 election.

The election will determine who will fill the seat for the remainder of its term, which continues until 2020.

The filing period for the election will take place from 12 noon on Jan. 18 to 5 p.m. on Jan. 28. To file, candidates must bring a $150 filing fee to the Berkeley County Elections Office at 6 Belt Drive in Moncks Corner.

In order to vote in this election, residents must be registered to vote by Feb. 23.

Voting for the special election will not take place at City Hall; instead, voting will take place at the normal precincts and polling places that are used in county, state and federal elections.

City of Goose Creek elections are administered by Berkeley County. Visit the Berkeley County Voter Registration and Elections online.

The Berkeley County Board of Elections and Registration’s Public Notice concerning the election contains information including a list of precincts and polling places.

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