By Laura Haight The Supreme Court has set women back 50 years in many ways. But there are still options, still fights to take on, and battles to win. South Carolina Currently, the six-week abortion ban, known as the “Heartbeat Bill” is in effect. But the Legislature is close to taking that
By Amanda McDougald ScottGCDP Chair As we move past the Primary Runoffs, we would like to congratulate our primary winners: Joe Cunningham – Governor Lisa Ellis – Superintendent of Education Krystle Matthews – US Senate Wendell Jones – SC House 25 Alan Mitchell –
Join the GCDP for our 100 Days Out Day of Action. We’ll be organizing, connecting and communicating with voters to support both our state and local candidates who are on the ballot in November. We’ll be calling voters across the state and canvassing communities in Greenville County.
Thank you to all our donors who supported the Party and the Core Messaging Campaign this quarter. This list is donors from April 1-July 18. Recurring Donors Judith Bainbridge, Phil Beckwith, Kathleen Bitsura, Ruth Burley, David Cross, Cynthia Gibson, Cindy Henry, John Hester, Jeanette Jacobs,
The following bios, listed alphabetically, have been provided by the campaigns and are reprinted exactly as provided by the candidates. Joe Cunningham Former Congressman and Democratic Nominee for Governor Joe Cunningham served South Carolina’s First Congressional District from 2019 to 2021.
By Amanda McDougald Scott Today is a sad day for our country and our state. As we evaluate the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the 50-year-precedent of Roe v. Wade, we must start to think forward. Abortion is still legal in South Carolina, but an outright abortion ban
More than 250 Greenville Democrats participated in our 2nd Annual BBQ and Candidate Fixins Competition on July 4. In addition to great eats, we had good old fashioned stump speeches from our Democratic primary candidates. In addition to the candidates, South Carolina Democratic Party Chair Trav
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