2015 Election Guide
2015 Election Guide Tricks or Treats?

This is the first mayoral election in 40 years that Charlestonians will not see Joseph P. Riley Jr.'s name on the ballot. As you know, Joe has decided to retire. Good for him. If anybody deserves a little downtime, it's Joe Riley. — City Paper Editorial Staff


Ginny Deerin for Charleston Mayor
Ginny Deerin for Charleston Mayor After Riley

You don't have to be told how monumental the 2015 Charleston mayoral race is. After 40 years in office, our beloved mayor, Joseph P. Riley Jr., will finally step down, and chances are, there will never be another like him in terms of vision, drive, and boosterism. Joe loves Charleston, and Charleston, by and large, loves him back. — City Paper Editorial Staff


Keith Summey for North Charleston Mayor
Keith Summey for North Charleston Mayor Re-Elect

Beating North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey in a mayoral election is a monumental task in any year, but in 2015 it will be more difficult than normal. Summey's revitalization of the Park Circle area shows no signs of slowing down; in fact, the Beach Company has recently begun construction on a massive apartment complex steps away from the city's quaint Olde Village district, a bustling business community anchored by some of the area's most popular bars and restaurants. — City Paper Editorial Staff


Charleston City Council Endorsements
Charleston City Council Endorsements All Those In Favor

There are six districts up for re-election this year on Charleston City Council. — City Paper Editorial Staff


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