The following bios, listed alphabetically, have been provided by the campaigns and are reprinted exactly as provided by the candidates. Joe Cunningham Former Congressman and Democratic Nominee for Governor Joe Cunningham served South Carolina’s First Congressional District from 2019 to 2021.
By Amanda McDougald Scott Today is a sad day for our country and our state. As we evaluate the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the 50-year-precedent of Roe v. Wade, we must start to think forward. Abortion is still legal in South Carolina, but an outright abortion ban
More than 250 Greenville Democrats participated in our 2nd Annual BBQ and Candidate Fixins Competition on July 4. In addition to great eats, we had good old fashioned stump speeches from our Democratic primary candidates. In addition to the candidates, South Carolina Democratic Party Chair Trav
The days of “absentee voting in person” are now over as Gov. Henry McMaster signed into law the state’s first true early voting provisions. Early voting for the June 14 primary is a total of 9 days from May 31 through June 10. There are no late hours and no weekend days. In
Women and men, young and old, joined together on May 14 to stand up for women’s rights. The rally at One City Plaza was part of a nationwide day of marches that brought out hundreds of thousands of protestors wearing their hearts on the signs and making sure their voices were heard.
The Democratic primary will be June 14, 2022. As of this writing, there are still a few days left to register or to update your current registration: In person registration ends tomorrow (May 13), online registration ends May 15, and those mailing in paper registration forms must have them
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
Election Day in Greenville County’s municipalities and many special purpose districts is Tuesday, November 2, 2021. We encourage every eligible voter to vote – regardless of political affiliation or candidate choice – because voting is the essence of an enduring democracy.
You can make a difference in just two hours! Help us get out the vote to re-elect Russell Stall and Lillian Brock Flemming to Greenville City Council and elect Matthew Praytor to the Greenville Public Works Commission . . . phonebank from the GCDP office or from home starting Monday,