The State, 04/29/2017
“I’m going to work every day to create an organization that takes the fight to Republicans in this state,” said Robertson, 42, who has more than 20 Democratic campaigns under his belt.
Post and Courier, 04/29/2017
COLUMBIA — Political strategist Trav Robertson will lead the state Democratic Party for the next two years, campaigning on a platform of experience and progressive values.
Robertson said his first order of business was to hit the ground running on the state's pending special elections.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, other politicians praise Fritz Hollings at ceremony to unveil statue of former senator and governor
Post and Courier, 04/17/2017
With hand extended, the new bronze statue of Fritz Hollings aims to capture the South Carolina politician’s defining asset — his “ability to make friends,” according to its sculptor, Richard Weaver.
Several of Hollings’ colleagues, including former Vice President Joe Biden, echoed that sentiment as they paid tribute to the 95-year-old former senator and South Carolina governor at the statue’s unveiling ceremony Monday in the garden of the J. Waties Waring Judicial Center in Charleston.
Anderson Independent Mail, 04/17/2017
Throughout the state and across the nation, large numbers of Democrats are lining up to run for office.
"People are coming out of the woodwork," said Jaime Harrison, chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party.
DNC chair Tom Perez to headline South Carolina Democratic Party's 'Blue Palmetto' fundraising dinner
Post and Courier, 04/11/2017
The leader of the Democratic National Committee will be the keynote speaker at the S.C. Democratic Party's annual fundraising dinner this month.
Tom Perez, former Labor secretary under President Barack Obama, will appear at the inaugural Blue Palmetto Dinner on April 28 in Columbia.
Newberry Observer, 04/10/2017
NEWBERRY — The S.C. Democratic Party hosted a Chair Chats forum at Newberry College last week for its three candidates vying for the vacant Fifth Congressional District seat.
The forum, moderated by SCDP Chair Jaime Harrison, featured Les Murphy, Alexis Frank, and Archie Parnell, each seeking the party’s nomination for Congress in the May 2 primary.
The State, 03/29/2017
Eighteen Republican senators voted against starting debate Wednesday on a plan to repair the state’s crumbling roads. The move could doom passing a roads plan for a third year.
Post and Courier, 03/25/17
COLUMBIA — Questions about Russia and the collapse of the Republicans' health care bill dominated a town hall with U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham on Saturday, with some attendees expressing concerns about his ties to embattled political consultant Richard Quinn.