Stop the Greenville Tea Party — Keep County Council BLUE!

Our incumbent Democratic City Councilman, Russell Stall, is under attack by the MAGA/Tea Party that has overthrown the Republican Party in Greenville County.  Their candidate, Joe Farmer, has not attended a Council meeting in person since he announced his candidacy in March. He did appear

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2021 Municipal Election GOTV Phonebank Sign-up

You can make a difference in just two hours!  Help us get out the vote to re-elect Russell Stall and Lillian Brock Flemming to Greenville City Council and elect Matthew Praytor to the Greenville Public Works Commission . . . phonebank from the GCDP office or from home starting Monday,

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Greenville turns out to honor Lillian Brock Flemming

By Kate Franch On a recent balmy Saturday evening, close to 300 hometown fans of the Honorable Dr. Lillian Brock Flemming filled the decked-out concourse of Fluor Field at the West End to thank her for 40 pivotal years of service on Greenville City Council. The crowd included current and past

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Joe Cunningham kicks off 46-county campaign in Greenville

Former congressman and now gubernatorial candidate Joe Cunningham choose Greenville as the first stop on his 46-county campaign. Speaking to a crowd of Democrats at Gather GVL hungry for a win as well as savoring the opportunity to be together in person, Cunningham delivered remarks for about

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Join Operation Georgia Blue

Just a month remains for us to make a difference in the outcome in Georgia’s Senate runoff races. Join us to work together, or find opportunities to do calls or texts from home. Let’s be part of getting this done.

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A conversation with Dr. Dawn Bingham

Dr. Dawn Bingham is an OB-GYN, an advocate for women’s healthcare, a community activist and a candidate for State Senate District 12. We sat down with her to talk about healthcare in South Carolina, particularly with the death knell for the Affordable Care Act looming in the Supreme

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Farris Johnson, County Council 20

At Farris For 20, we’re realists.  We know that District 20 is hard soil to till. When we run the numbers on likely-Democratic voters, we aren’t surprised by the slim findings. And yet, we’re still setting high goals and reaching them: raising thousands of dollars, launching a serious

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Will Morin, Council Council 24

To say that I am running a campaign that differs from the incumbent for County Council’s District 27, or that my values and appreciation of life, the planet, and just the sheer existence of my neighbors probably doesn’t go far enough. I was reminded of this when I replied to the questionnaire

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