The days of “absentee voting in person” are now over as Gov. Henry McMaster signed into law the state’s first true early voting provisions. Early voting for the June 14 primary is a total of 9 days from May 31 through June 10. There are no late hours and no weekend days. In
Women and men, young and old, joined together on May 14 to stand up for women’s rights. The rally at One City Plaza was part of a nationwide day of marches that brought out hundreds of thousands of protestors wearing their hearts on the signs and making sure their voices were heard.
The Democratic primary will be June 14, 2022. As of this writing, there are still a few days left to register or to update your current registration: In person registration ends tomorrow (May 13), online registration ends May 15, and those mailing in paper registration forms must have them
On Monday, August 2, Rev. Susie Smith and Jalen Elrod will join hundreds of activists in a March on Washington, D.C. This march is part of the Poor People’s Campaign’s Moral Monday’s protests that are taking place around the country and will culminate next March in a massive
Several hundred Democrats joined together on Saturday, June 24, for fun, fellowship, games, and camaraderie. Our chefs provided diverse and delicious BBQ, there were games to entertain the kids and adults alike. And, of course, what summer BBQ is complete with a dunk tank! We hope this will
By Whitney Wright Vice Chair, Greenville County Democratic Black Caucus In March 2021, the Greenville County Democratic Black Caucus hosted a virtual forum entitled, ‘Black Girl Magic: Greenville.’ During this event, Moderator and then-GCDBC Secretary Whitney Wright interviewed
By Kirsten PruittChair, Young Democrats of Greenville County The past few months have been a crazy blur for the Young Democrats of Greenville County. I was appointed Interim Chair back in February, and officially elected on April 7. We’ve been busy since then. At the April 7 election Derrick
Now that we are out of the house – at least for the moment – you might be looking for some things to do. Lots of activist and advocacy groups in Greenville need your help from donating, to subscribing, to volunteering. This is just a partial list and we will keep adding to it.
Every two weeks, the GCDP publishes an update on activities in the Upstate, Columbia and Washington that are of interest to Greenville Democrats. Each briefing leads off with an opening salvo that sets the tone. This is from the July 19 edition. Read the full Briefing | subscribe and never miss
Every two weeks, the GCDP publishes an update on activities in the Upstate, Columbia and Washington that are of interest to Greenville Democrats. Each briefing leads off with an opening salvo that sets the tone. This is from the July 5 edition. Read the full Briefing | subscribe and never miss