Judi Buckley, DWGC member, former Senator in Guam, and 2018 State House candidate, interviewed District 23 Rep. Chandra Dillard for the DWGC’s new “Interview Series”.” Below are the highlights of their conversation, which was conducted by telephone. JB: I know you work for Furman in
By Kim Nelson Two years ago, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted a day-long exercise simulating a pandemic involving a moderately contagious and moderately lethal flu-like novel respiratory virus. The goal of the exercise was to provide an experiential learning opportunity for
Democratic Women of Greenville County had originally scheduled Jaime Harrison to be the speaker at their May meeting. That turned into a virtual meeting. Here’s a recorded video for those who missed it. Note that there was a several minute gap where a technical problem occurred. That
The first GCDP Virtual Breakfast was an opportunity to spotlight each of our candidates running for federal, state, or local offices. Watch the video to hear each candidate introduce themselves and talk of their campaign objectives. To get more information on the candidates and find ways to get
By ROXANNE CORDONIER Former Greenville County Sheriff’s Officer Sergeant Paul Guy is the only Democrat running for sheriff and will face off on March 10 against Hobart Lewis. Guy wants to be the “people’s Sheriff,” vowing greater transparency and community involvement. He pledges to create a
Election Day is Nov. 5. Here's everything you need to know to vote, including polling place changes, and voting on the new machines.
Keeping track of incoming presidential candidates is more cat-herding than exact science
Read this post in Spanish By Kate FranchGCDP Chair Without a doubt, the 2020 election cycle is already upon us. Not only are the presidential candidates in full campaign mode, but, as the weeks progress, prospective Democratic candidates for seats up and down the ballot are also