Category Archives: Legislators

First Time Running: Senator Floyd Nicholson

This is the second in a series of posts that highlight our elected officials and candidates, focusing on what drove them to public service. Hopefully, their stories will help inspire YOU to make a difference and help turn South Carolina … Continue reading

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A Response to Jeff Duncan

This morning, our Congressman, Jeff Duncan, “graced” the editorial page of Greenwood’s newspaper, the Index-Journal, with a Guest Column full of untruths and half-truths in an effort to encourage loyalty and obedience to President Donald Trump. As Trump continues to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Alabama Senate election

Hello fellow Democrats and congratulations! I know you were, as was I, very invested in the Alabama race between Roy Moore (R) and Doug Jones (D). This is another example that when all of America’s citizens participate in the voting … Continue reading

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GWCDP Breakfast Meeting Minutes – Nov 4, 2017

Meeting Called to Order 9:30 am: Chair, Charles Lewis Opening Prayer: Rev. James Thompson Introduction of Special Guests: Sen. Floyd Nicholson Ryan & Ryan Senator Nicholson introduced Don and Barron Ryan, the father and son piano duo known as Ryan & … Continue reading

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South Carolina congressmen should just own their selfishness

Hicks column: South Carolina congressmen should just own their selfishness Hicks column: South Carolina congressmen should just own their selfishness When record rainfall flooded South Carolina two years ago this month, the feds bailed us out. […] The Federal Emergency … Continue reading

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