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The Greenville County Democratic Party (GCDP) is the local branch of the state and national Democratic Party. We share our party’s values, including a commitment to equal opportunity for all Americans, promoting economic growth, improving public education, protecting the environment, making health care affordable for all Americans, and keeping America strong at home while restoring its standing abroad.

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Organizing for Georgia

GCDP leaders had a call with Democratic leaders in Georgia to discuss the ways we can best support their efforts to put Dev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in the US Senate. We’ll have some group plans coming up, but there’s plenty here to help individuals who want to help find a way, such as […]

GCDP November Breakfast

Our last breakfast of the year was a chance to talk about 2020 but start planning for 2021.

Georgia Runoff: How Greenville Dems are pitching in

We asked the leadership of several Democratic organizations in the Upstate how they were organizing their members to help Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock win the two Senate seats, and secure a Democratic majority in the US Senate. Here’s what they told us. Greenville County Democratic Black Caucus Kwadjo Campbell, Chair The key to […]

Election 2020: By The Numbers

By Jeanmarie TankersleyGCDP, Voter Protection Chair This election, there were 362,653 registered voters in Greenville County and 71.65 percent of them turned out to vote.  In 2016, we had 312,676 registered voters and a 69.5 percent voter turnout.  That’s an impressive 49,977 new voters in Greenville County over four years.  This year we saw significant […]

Change comes to South Carolina when we stop hoping for it and start voting for it

By Elias ‘Eli’ ValentinChair, Greenville County Democratic Party This fall, the Greenville chapter of the League of Women Voters invited candidates running in contested races for State House, State Senate, and County Council to participate in moderated forums against their opponents. Democratic candidates accepted. Every Republican declined to participate, save one County Council candidate. That […]

Republicans have excuses and blame for SC’s problems, Democrats have solutions

For the past eight weeks, we’ve been exploring the results delivered by the Republican-controlled political leadership of our state. Those results are – in a word – awful. And yet we continue to elect these same people year after year after year. Although national politics holds our attention in this election, it is state and […]

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