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We meet monthly on the second Thursday at 6 p.m.

Please visit our Facebook page for location details, as we travel around, or call us at 843.325.9792.

All Dems and Allies are welcome!

OUR BLUE SUNDAY FUNDRAISER IS AUGUST 14TH!
FOR DETAILS AND TO PURCHASE TICKETS CLICK HERE!

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WELCOME TO THE GEORGETOWN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY

The Georgetown County Democratic Party is a group of volunteers actively supporting the platform of the South Carolina Democratic Party and its candidates for public office.  We defend democracy, liberty, equality, and justice for all in our county.

STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES
  1. All residents of our county are deserving of inclusion, justice, compassion and human dignity and should have a voice in decisions that affect our community, regardless of race, gender, or faith.

  2. We have a duty to support a vibrant local economy that encourages good corporate citizenship, balancing protection of our environment with livable wages for our citizens.

  3. All children in our county are deserving of a quality, public education and safe places to be during out-of-school time.

  4. All citizens should be encouraged and allowed to vote in every election. Registration should be simple and impediments should be minimal. 

  5. Our waterways are the basis for both our economic life and our citizens' health.  Public policy should reflect this by prioritizing a healthy ecology. 

  6. Young adults should be mentored in community involvement to ensure their voice is heard and to provide future continuity of these principles.

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SCDP Events

If you know of a local Democratic Party event that deserves statewide attention, click on SCDP events to visit the South Carolina Democratic Party website and submit it.

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We need to rally all of our resources if we are to replace Governor McMaster, Senator Tim Scott and Representative Tom Rice in 2022. Please consider contributing funds to help us organize.

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