For more than a decade, Gary White has served on City Council for the City of Charleston. The husband and father of three says it’s time for change. He’s one of two city councilmen now challenging Mayor Tecklenburg to lead the Holy City.. Read more.
Charleston City Council voted Tuesday night to inform Charleston School of Law that it does not intend to extend an agreement partially designed to keep the school on the peninsula. Read more.
Longtime Daniel Island councilman Gary White has announced his plans to run, as has first-term Councilman Harry Griffin. Read more.
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg is up for re-election this year but he already has three challengers and even more detractors on City Council, some of whom have blocked his efforts to curb growth. Read more.
CHARLESTON, SC – On Thursday, March 14th, District One Council Member Gary White caravanned across the Lowcountry with stops in West Ashley, James Island, and downtown Charleston to announce his candidacy for Mayor of Charleston. His final speech of the day was delivered at Governor’s Park at Fairbanks Drive on Daniel Island, his hometown for the past 15 years.