contested election | candidate biographies | meet the candidates
Upcoming Municipal Election
The Kiawah Island Municipal Election is coming up on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. It will include voting for one seat for Mayor, two seats for four-year terms for Town Council, and two seats for two-year terms for Town Council. Get to know the candidates through their biographies below. Residents can access more information on this important election through our dedicated election webpage that includes information on voting, details on meet the candidates night (November 12), a copy of the sample ballot, and more.
Kiawah has been a major part of our family’s life for many years, both as a vacation destination and living here as permanent residents. My wife Ardath and I purchased our property in 1997, and it has become a special place for us. More
Laura and I first came to Kiawah in the mid-nineties for a beach and golf vacation with our young kids, and we have been coming back for nearly 25 years now – as renters, vacation homeowners, and as full-time residents after I retired. More
My wife and I first visited Kiawah in 1984, bought our lot in 1994, and built our house in 2000. I worked in retail for 20 years. I spent 13 years at a catalog showroom company, Best Products in Richmond, Virginia. I also helped run the supply More
My wife Colleen and I are retired physicians, practicing first in Indianapolis, Indiana, and later in Greenville, South Carolina. We were introduced to Kiawah through a former part-time resident. After our third or fourth visit, we were thoroughly enchanted More
My first term as a member of the Town Council is marked with thoughtful consideration and execution of policies in the interest of property owners as well as our visitors. Along with the Mayor and my fellow Council members, we have More
In the upcoming election in December, I will be seeking a second term as a member of the Kiawah Island Town Council. This current year has been a special challenge for our town as it has been for many of its citizens, property owners, and guests. More
My wife and I purchased our cottage on the Island in 2004 and used it as a vacation home until 2014, at which time we completely remodeled it and moved from Washington D.C. to become full-time residents in 2016.