Meet Cass Tyson

Cass Tyson is the alternate representative to the state executive committee. He’s also the leader behind the GCDP’s effort to grow our precinct leadership and activism. This is the third in a series of articles to get to know more about the party leaders and key volunteers.

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How did immigration become today’s wedge issue?

“Straight Talk: Who Gets to be an American?”, a three-program series on immigration policy, our changing demographics, and the impact on society, has been announced by Furman University. Sponsored by Furman and OLLIE, the program will be held on Thursday evenings 6:30-8;30 PM

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Democratic values are majority values

Are we a small group of blue dots swimming in a sea of red? Or are there many more blue dots out there than we think? The majority of Americans agree with Democratic stances of a number of key policies and issues. Those purple dots can find a home within the party if they were […]

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¿Qué alimenta el éxito? Dinero

Read this post in English Estimados amigos demócratas: El día 26 de junio completamos el proceso de escoger a los candidatos para las elecciones de noviembre, 2018.  Tenemos que darles las gracias a todos los candidatos demócratas y a sus equipos que se han dedicado a participar en uno de los

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What fuels success? Money

Read this post in Spanish My Fellow Democrats, With the June 26 run-off behind us, we have completed the nomination process for our November 2018 Democratic slate!  Join me in thanking each of the candidates and their teams who have devoted themselves fully to participating in one of the

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Look to the lessons of the past to secure the future

A diverse cross-section of Greenville came together Saturday, June 30, to the Families Belong Together protest to call for an end to the Trump Administration’s “zero tolerance” policy and to demand fair, decent, and lawful treatment of all asylum seekers and undocumented

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Meet Jalen Elrod

Jalen Elrod is the first vice chair of the Greenville County Democratic Party and president of the Young Democrats of Greenville County. This is the second in a series of articles to get to know more about the party leaders and key volunteers.

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Now the real work begins

Fellow Democrats, Are you amped up for Democratic victories in November?   The promising results of the June 12 primary election give us reason to be more optimistic than we have been in a while.  Locally, the blue wave in Greenville County doesn’t have to be a complete bomb (“massive” in

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