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April 7, 2017

GGC Announces Support For Ronnie Young In House Special Election

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The Good Government Committee, a non-partisan political action committee affiliated with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, announced its support for Ronnie Young in the House District 84 special election. Young has served on Aiken County Council for 26 years, including a stint as Council Chairman. “Growing Aiken County’s economy has been one of Ronnie Young’s highest …

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September 27, 2016

Get registered to vote on Voter Registration Day

BY BRISTOW MARCHANT Source: The State September 26, 2016 https://bit.ly/2dp2Iim COLUMBIA — You still have more than a week to register to vote in South Carolina, but Tuesday is officially National Voter Registration Day. To mark the occasion, the League of Women Voters will hold a public voter registration drive at the Comet transit center at 1727 Sumter St., part …

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June 29, 2016

Talley beats Bright with help from advocates

BY RUDOLPH BELL Source: The Greenville News June 29, 2016 https://grnol.co/296sfJx The Conservation Voters of South Carolina said it knocked on 21,100 doors, made 7,500 phone calls, dropped 120,000 pieces of mail and spent more than $90,000 trying to unseat state Sen. Lee Bright, who scored the lowest of any senator on its legislative scorecard. Bright was also subjected to …

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