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Myers Ervin wins Florence mayoral runoff for Democratic nomination

Myers Ervin wins Florence mayoral runoff for Democratic nomination

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Teresa Myers Ervin

Florence City Councilwoman Teresa Myers Ervin follows election results on her phone Tuesday night at Kingdom Living Temple on South Irby Street in Florence. She won a runoff Tuesday night against Florence City Councilman George Jebaily to earn the Democratic nomination in the Florence mayor’s race.

FLORENCE, S.C. – Florence City Councilwoman Teresa Myers Ervin won a runoff Tuesday night to earn the Democratic nomination in the Florence mayor’s race.

With all precincts reporting, Myers Ervin received 55.05% of the votes and defeated Florence City Councilman George Jebaily.

Myers Ervin received 2,195 votes. Jebaily received 1,792 (44.95 percent).

Jebaily Reax

Florence mayoral candidate and city council member George Jebaily gets a family hug Tuesday night in Wholly Smokin’ Downtown after losing to fellow council member Teresa Meyers Ervin in a runoff election for the Democratic party nomination. Ervin will face off against Bryan Braddock in the general election.

Myers Ervin moves on to the Nov. 3 general election. She will face Republican Bryan Braddock.

In the June 9 Democratic primary election, Myers Ervin received 47.04% of the vote and Jebaily received 44.01% of the vote. Because neither received more than 50% percent of the vote, they moved on to the runoff. Barry McFadden finished a distant third.

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