The Primaries are behind us.
Vision, Clarity, and Conviction for November!
In this Newsletter:
- The Democratic Nominees on the Greenwood Ballot in November
- Upcoming Events
- Fish & Dogs fundraiser – a big Thank You!
- Michael Gaskin Campaign Kickoff
- In Memoriam
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The Democratic Nominees on the Greenwood Ballot in November
The Primaries are behind us. Congratulations to Mary Geren and James Smith on their victories! We also thank Hosea Cleveland, Phil Noble, and Marguerite Willis for their campaigns and the time they spent with us in Greenwood.
We now have names of those who are running to represent us at the County, State, and National levels. We will strive to learn about our Candidates, engage them in discussions that are important to you and your community, and support them in spreading the word, helping out financially or engaging in grass-roots efforts.
Over the next few months, we at the GWCDP will do our best to help you learn who the people are behind the names on the Ballot. We will look to bring those candidates here to Greenwood to give you a chance to meet and talk with them in person.
Here are the slate of Democratic Candidates that will appear on our ballots in November:
- Edith S Childs – County Council, District 01
- Melissa Spencer – County Council District, 03
- Anne Parks – State House of Representatives, District 12
- Michael Gaskin – State House of Representatives, District 13
- Travis W Moore – Probate Judge
- Melvin T Whittenburg – Secretary of State
- Constance Anastopoulo – Attorney General
- Israel Romero – State Superintendent of Education
- Rosalyn L Glenn – State Treasurer
- James Smith – Governor
- Mary Geren – U.S. House of Representatives, District 03
We will be featuring these individuals in future newsletters as well as on Social Media. You can start to learn about these Candidate now by visiting our Turn SC Blue! page.
Finally, THANK YOU to the members of our Party who gave their time to be Poll Workers for the Primaries as well as having the fortitude to come back a second time for the Republican runoffs (because of course, they couldn’t get it right the first time 😉).