By Judi Buckley Wayne Messam, mayor of Miramar, FL, who announced his bid for the 2020 Presidency on March 28th, came through the Upstate on Monday, April 8, to meet South Carolina voters. His first stop was in Spartanburg, then he met with about 15 Greenville residents and media at the Growler
2020 will be an exciting year for Democrats across the country. This time next year, we will be gearing up for the 2020 Democratic National Convention to select our Democratic candidate for President of the United States. The SC Delegate Selection Plan draft has been adopted by the
It’s come to our attention that there are quite a few Democratic-leaning/leading book clubs in the Upstate. And we can also see from social media interactions that there is, as expected, a huge interest in presidential candidates. As it turns out every currently declared presidential
By Michael Roosevelt Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) began her appearance at the monthly GCDP breakfast on a rainy Saturday morning by observing that precipitation seems to be following her campaign everywhere, beginning with the “virtual snow globe” that accompanied the announcement of her candidacy
Dorothy Dowe, an entrepreneur, education consultant and engineer, has announced her plans to run for the Greenville City Council. She will be running for the at-large seat currently held by first-termer George Fletcher. Dowe is a director of two educational consultant companies, Strategic
Healthcare is the number one issue among voters in this election. And it should be. Republicans who have taken no less than 75 votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act or eviscerate its provisions have realized that this matters to Americans. And they are now trying to convince voters that they
Danielle Brooks is a Greenvillian who still maintains residence here. She’s best known for her role as Tastee in Orange is the New Black. And she’s giving a lot of love to Dem candidates, particularly Helen Pendarvis for District 35 and Brandon Brown for Congressional District 4.
This profile of Mary Geren, candidate for South Carolina Congressional District 3, is one of a series on Democratic candidates running for office who are not currently incumbents, designed to help voters understand who they are and what they stand for.