Category Archives: In the news

McCravy’s Abortion Reversal Mandate tabled

The following report came from Nick Reynolds, political reporter for the Post & Courier. Sitting in the House Judiciary Committee, where lawmakers are discussing a bill that would require healthcare providers to push an unproven “abortion reversal” procedure to abortion … Continue reading

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That’s the truth

We hear about the struggles to get massive legislation passed in DC and and several express frustration as we see all the gory details of “how the sausage gets made” played out in the media. But this year truly has … Continue reading

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1st Annual Floyd’s Fish Fry & Cookout in the Books!

With the delivery of the final prize to the last raffle winner, we declare the 1st Annual Floyd’s Fish Fry & Cookout to be fully closed-out and an amazing part of GWCDP history! You can read more about the event … Continue reading

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GWCDP Executive Committee Statement on the Inauguration of President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Vice President Kamala Harris

Greenwood, S.C.— Today, the Greenwood County Democratic Party leadership issued the following statement commemorating the historic inauguration of Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Kamala D. Harris: “Last week’s inauguration reaffirmed the strength of democracy in our great Nation and fulfilled … Continue reading

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Newsletter for Jan 19, 2021

In this Newsletter: Message from the Chair Candidate Updates GWCDP News Our Community News & Noteworthy Legislative Updates Upcoming Events Message from the Chair Tomorrow marks the end of one of the most difficult periods of our country’s history and … Continue reading

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Newsletter for Jan 2, 2021

In this Newsletter: Message from the Chair Candidate Updates GWCDP News Our Community News & Noteworthy Upcoming Events Message from the Chair I sincerely wish you a safe, healthy and happy 2021! There’s been enough loss and pain in 2020 … Continue reading

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Newsletter for Nov 15, 2020

In this Newsletter: Message from the Chair Candidate Updates GWCDP News Our Community News & Noteworthy Upcoming Events Message from the Chair I’ll share something personal with you: In my past, I was once involved in a very unhealthy marriage (not … Continue reading

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Newsletter for Oct 20, 2020

In this Newsletter: Message from the Chair Candidate Updates GWCDP News Voting Rights News & Noteworthy Upcoming Events Message from the Chair This is a very full newsletter this time around. Please take your time and read carefully as there’s … Continue reading

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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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How they voted on the Mandatory Face Mask Ordinance

Below is the email that Self Regional Healthcare President and CEO, Jim Pfeiffer, sent to Greenwood County Council earlier today. Dear County Council Members, We were profoundly disappointed in Greenwood County Council’s failure to pass a mask ordinance at Tuesday … Continue reading

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