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Three incumbents are re-elected to Lexington Town Council

Lexington, SC (Angelica Iglesias) – The Town of Lexington voters turned out Tuesday, November 6, to fill three open Town Council seats in strong numbers. Three incumbents ran for re-election with only one challenger, Todd Shevchik. The incumbents were current Mayor Pro-Tem Hazel Livingston, Kathy Maness, and Todd Lyle.

Incumbents Livingston, Manus, and Lyle kept the three seats. Livingston received the most votes with 4,678. Manus followed as a close second with 4,485 votes. The last seat went to Lyle who received 4,038 votes. Shevchik showed a respectable turnout with 3,377 votes.

Todd Shevchik served on the council for many years before losing re-election in 2014. Todd Lyle was only voted in a during the spring in a special election to take over a seat after a former member resigned.

From left to right: Hazel Livingston, Kathy Maness, and Todd Lyle

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