It is time for precinct reorganization and county convention. For some of you, these are familiar biennial events; for others, not so much. Because of the continuing pandemic, the process will be different this year – details are described here. Feel free to reach out to Headquarters
By Elias ‘Eli’ ValentinGCDP. Chair We often talk about the power of precincts and the need for Democrats to organize in their own communities. As we continue to build the necessary infrastructure we know we need as a Democratic party, we need YOUR support in this critical effort.
By Elias “Eli” ValantinChair, GCDP The South Carolina Democratic Party Convention is taking place May 19th through May 22nd. Due to the coronavirus and the implications of a large crowd gathering indoors, this year’s convention is again virtual. This process is an essential element
By Leigh LearingPrecinct Development Building connections with like-minded voters, and potential voters, throughout Greenville County is a year-round process for the Greenville County Democratic Party. We should be continually identifying and reaching out to the neighbors in our precinct
By Stacey Mars Volunteer Coordinator, GCDP Stacey Abrams once said, “We can use our words to fight back against oppression and hate. But we must also channel our words into action.” The last four years have proven that, as a country, we still have a long way to go fighting hate and oppression.
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
Status: SC declares emergency; precinct reorg meetings still on Many of you have called, texted, and emailed about the impact the coronavirus could have on our precinct reorganization plans. On Thursday evening, the South Carolina Democratic Party provided this statement:While many have asked
Come to precinct reorganization meetings on March 14 and be a change maker in your community. Find your meeting here.