Monthly Archives: May 2020

The Best Possible Tomorrow

by Denise Waldrepcandidate for SC House Representative, District 13 This week we celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2020 and the promise of their tomorrows. We also honor the lives of the fallen heroes who gave up their tomorrows … Continue reading

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E is for Education

When I settled on the decision to run for Chair of the GWCDP (and after receiving buy-in from Michael, Mei, and Matthew to join with me) I sat down to do some serious thinking as to what our platform should … Continue reading

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I just requested an Absentee Ballot and you should too!

This past week resulted in the fantastic news out of Columbia that for the June 9, 2020 primaries, everybody is entitled to an Absentee, mail-in ballot without needing to provide one of the normal excuses that are part of South … Continue reading

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Why Does the Census Matter?

borrowed from the City Government of Greenwood, South Carolina The census is about representation in the US House of Representatives and where district lines are drawn for state and municipal representation. SC is not projected to gain or lose a … Continue reading

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Opinion: Incompetence & dishonesty

On Monday, May 11, the Index-Journal ran the following headline story: Garrett campaign runs into legal roadblock on campaign masks It reports how SC Senate Candidate and McCormick lawyer, Billy Garrett, ran afoul of election laws by distributing campaign material … Continue reading

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