Greenville County has 151 precincts. Each has around 2,100 registered voters and each is unique. South Carolina state election law mandates that both political parties reorganize their party leadership every two years. Democrats’ reorganization falls in the even years, so we just had ours
By Mary Wright The coronavirus crisis has plunged us all into a global health crisis and an economic downturn. It has dramatically redefined what a normal life means. So, what do we do in times like this, when we do not know where to start and what to do? Truth is, every crisis,
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 Kate FranchChair, GCDP The biennial precinct reorganization is usually followed by a GCDP convention. As you know, this year’s convention scheduled for March 30 was postponed due to the current health restrictions. We are, however, bound by South Carolina election law and SCDP state party
Come to precinct reorganization meetings on March 14 and be a change maker in your community. Find your meeting here.
By Laura Haight On March 14, Democrats across the county will converge in libraries, schools, and community centers to reconnect, reorganize, and select new precinct leaders. Precincts are the smallest geographic political unit. Each one represents a group of about 2,000 residents and
There are many words and many ways to say the same things. But choosing the right words – to inspire, engage, or activate voters – that’s an art. If you’re a candidate planning to – or hoping to – run for office, or someone interested in working on a campaign in a
130 voluntarios se unieron para dirigir las elecciones primarias del ayuntamiento de 2019.