Join the GCDP for our 100 Days Out Day of Action. We’ll be organizing, connecting and communicating with voters to support both our state and local candidates who are on the ballot in November. We’ll be calling voters across the state and canvassing communities in Greenville County.
Anyone who’s visited our office in the past few years know that it’s been showing its age. So this year, with the help of some donors, many volunteers, and a fortuitous negotiation with our landlord, we decided to do some upgrades. New floors (a swap with the landlord for a year of
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.
2020 was a difficult year in many ways. And certainly a tough election cycle with normal methods of campaigning and supporting candidates largely unavailable due to the pandemic. So many people stepped up to help – not only in our elections, but in the campaign for Georgia just recently
What wins elections? Field work, canvassing, phone banking, building relationships, talking to voters. All the stuff that volunteers do it. Feel part of the win and join us!
130 voluntarios se unieron para dirigir las elecciones primarias del ayuntamiento de 2019.
130 volunteers pulled together to run the 2019 city council primary.
We’ve got a primary election coming up on June 11 for the Greenville City Council At-Large seat currently held by George Fletcher. Two candidates – Dorothy Dowe and Lindsey Jacobs – are vying to be the Democratic Party nominee to contest this seat in November. The City of Greenville is one of
This is another in our continuing series of Q&As with members of the GCDP. Management Team. Paul Merlo is the co-cordinator of volunteers for the party. A transplant from a blue-state background to a red-state reality, Paul brings decades of experience io the effort to turn South Carolina blue.