Sullivan’s Island mayor says he won’t seek re-election

  • Friday, February 1, 2013

Photo Provided Current Sullivan’s Island mayor Carl Smith said he will not seek re-election for a third term.

Sullivan’s Island mayor Carl Smith will not seek another term in office in the upcoming election.

“Though I have no doubt that could win a third term, there are many reasons for my decision not to run again, and I will make them known in the future,” Smith said in a statement to the Moultrie News.

“For now, I will just say that I hope a good, qualified candidate who has the island and its employees’ interest as a priority will step forward to run for mayor.”

Current mayor pro tem Mike Perkis announced about two weeks ago that he plans to run for mayor in the May 7 election.


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