Category Archives: 2020 Election

People with Felony Records can Vote in South Carolina. Here’s how:

The South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center is a valuable resource for low income South Carolinians to overcome social, economic & legal injustice. With an office in downtown Columbia they have a staff that includes attorneys, outreach workers, and community … Continue reading

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June 2020 Virtual Breakfast Meeting

On Saturday, June 13, the GWCDP held its first ever “Virtual” Breakfast Meeting. Thank you for all who turned out! It was an informative hour. If you missed it, you can watch the recording below. But if you’re time-constrained, you … Continue reading

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Opinion: NOW is the Time for Action

by Denise Waldrepcandidate for SC House Representative, District 13 How many nights have you waited up for your children, not able to sleep until you know that they’re safely home? We hope that they won’t be in an accident. We … Continue reading

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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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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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