Be part of a fair and safe election: Be a volunteer

Election Director Conway Belangia expects to have 150 polling places open for voting. As with every election there will be some changes, so it’s important to check your polling place. Don’t assume you are voting as the same place as last time. A key factor in how long the lines and

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The case for drop boxes

By RUTH TODDGCDP, 1st Vice Chair There are many pros to having ballot drop boxes and some cons…you decide. The South Carolina Election Commission’s Executive Director, Marci Andino, and other SC election officials, have sent a letter to Gov. Henry McMaster, Senate President Harvey Peeler, and

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Hao Wu, Senate Dist. 6

This is a continuing series offering our candidates the chance to talk directly to you about their reasons for running, policies, and objectives. I’m sure you’ve heard Dwight Loftis approved McMaster’s decision for our schools to open without a solid plan to protect our students’ and teachers’

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Dr. Dawn Bingham, Senate Dist-12

This is a continuing series offering our candidates the chance to talk directly to you about their reasons for running, policies, and objectives. Hello!  My name is Dr. Dawn Bingham and I am your candidate for SC Senate District 12. As an OB/GYN and public health professional, I am delighted

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Everyone counts: Completing the Census matters

The Census does not just gather information for the sake of having it. And it doesn’t just add to the data coffers of the federal government. The information has an impact on your family, your school, your representation, your community and the services it can provide. And that matters whether

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The security of your absentee ballot

By Laura Haight We have all heard it. The constant railing against mail-in voting, the fear-mongering about rigged elections, massive fraud, and, of course, the efforts by the administration to hog-tie the Postal Service at a critical time. All at the same time that Democrats are trying hard to

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My Walk with Kamala Harris

By Elias (Eli) ValentinChair, GCDP The first time I met Kamala Devi Harris, affectionately known as KDH inside the campaign trail, was on October 19, 2018 when she came to stump for our Greenville slate for the midterms. This experience would be a precursor of one of the most rewarding, fun,

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