There will be a runoff election for Congressional District 4 between the two top vote getters Doris Lee Turner and Brandon Brown. The election will be June 26 and starting June 19 there will be absentee voting in person available for qualified voters. More info you need to know about the
Read this post in Spanish By Kate Franch, Chair, Greenville County Democratic Party Fellow Democrats, Thank you to the GCDP delegates and alternates who attended the SCDP State Convention in Columbia last month. A rousing day was spent hearing from candidates from across the state and
Read this post in English By Kate Franch Chair, Greenville County Democratic Party Compañeros demócratas, Quiero decir gracias a todos que iban a la convención estatal el mes pasado. Pasamos el dia escuchando los candidatos de todas las partes del estado y haciendo decisiones para preparar el
By Laura Haight Where do we want to be in five or 10 years? That’s the question the Hispanic Alliance asked the members and partners who participated in its 2018 Summit on Saturday to consider. The event, held at downtown’s Zen on Saturday May 19, brought together active members, community
Tina Belge is the third vice chair of the Greenville County Democratic Party. This is the first in a series of articles to get to know more about the party leaders and key volunteers. Tina is 27 years old and this is her first foray into elected office. She was born in Augusta, GA, and […]
By Erica Edmondson The five candidates vying for the Democratic nomination in SC-4 participated in an issue-focused forum organized by College Democrats of USC Upstate and the Spartanburg County Democratic Party on April 18. Roughly 100 attendees, many of them students, were in the audience for
Lawson Wetli may be a newbie but she has jumped into activism with a passion. She’s a leader in From the Ground Up, Moms Demand Action Upstate, and active on countless issues. We asked if she would report on her perspective on the SCDP convention. She agreed. Here are her newbie’s
With a slate of candidates hoping to be elected to office in November now in place, our attention turns to the hard work of campaigning, educating, registering, and activating voters, says GCDP Chair Kate Franch in her monthly message.