July 21st, 2016
For Immediate Release July 21, 2016 SCDP CHAIR STATEMENT AT COORDINATED CAMPAIGN KICKOFF PRESS CONFERENCE Columbia, SC – The South Carolina Democratic Party Chair kicked off its 2016 Coordinated Campaign at a press conference today at the State House, where Democratic candidates debuted their message of “Enough is Enough” and discussed how Democrats offer […]
July 21st, 2016
For Planning Purposes July 20, 2016 MEDIA ADVISORY: DEMOCRATS TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE TO KICK OFF 2016 COORDINATED CAMPAIGN Columbia, SC – Tomorrow, July 21, at 2:00 pm on the State House North Steps, South Carolina Democrats will host a press conference to kick off the 2016 Coordinated Campaign, which will be centered on the […]
July 15th, 2016
For Immediate Release July 15, 2016 SCDP STATEMENT ON DONALD TRUMP’S SELECTION OF MIKE PENCE AS HIS RUNNING MATE Columbia, SC – South Carolina Democratic Party Chair Jaime Harrison released the following statement today on Donald Trump’s selection of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate: “Mike Pence, an ultra right-wing ideologue, is the […]
The State, 07/21/2016
COLUMBIA -- About 20 Democratic state and congressional candidates gathered on the State House steps Thursday to kick off the party’s Nov. 8 campaign, centered on the message “Enough is Enough.”
The State, 07/14/2016
A South Carolina congressional race is drawing national attention from Democrats who hope to pick up seats in the House of Representatives this fall.
Post & Courier, 06/16/16
This year, South Carolina lawmakers approved a bill to grant Georgia residents with concealed carry permits the right to bring their weapons into South Carolina. It was among the last bills that passed the Legislature and, as such, the last word by elected state officials who just can’t say no to guns.
Associated Press, 06/08/2016
South Carolina's top Democrat is calling on elected Republicans to rescind their endorsements of Donald Trump, saying Wednesday that the presumptive GOP nominee is a racist and xenophobe, in part due to his race-based attacks on a Hispanic judge.