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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Nikki Haley’s Tax Day Double Standard

Every Tax Day, you hear a lot of rhetoric from Republicans about looking out for the people and doing right by business. So today, remember the real record in South Carolina: small businesses bear the burden while Nikki Haley breaks the rules to take care of herself. Take a look at Nikki Haley’s double standard on taxes:

FOR SMALL BUSINESS: PAY HIGHEST TAXES IN THE COUNTRY

South Carolina’s small businesses are paying the highest industrial property tax rates in the country, and the 7th highest commercial property tax rates in the nation. Governor Haley supported Act 388 and has refused to back efforts to bring these rates down.

  • “Tax policy is critical to existing business and potential companies deciding to locate or expand in South Carolina. Decisions are based largely on competitiveness, predictability and sustainability. South Carolina manufacturers currently pay the highest industrial property taxes in the country, while all other business properties pay the 7th highest property taxes.” [SC Chamber of Commerce, accessed 4/15/14]

FOR NIKKI HALEY: HIDE INCOME, FILE LATE, THEN BAIL YOURSELF OUT

Tax Returns Showed Haley Did Not Report Income While a State Legislator. “three years of tax records she allowed media to review showed she had been paid $42,500 for consulting work for engineering firm Wilbur Smith and Associates, income she had not previously disclosed. Company officials said they hired Haley to refer development prospects because of her ties to the Lexington business community. [The State, 7/21/10]

  • Wilbur Smith Paid Haley $5,500 More than Reported. “Haley was let go in 2008 because the souring economy had dried up potential work, not over her performance, Ferrell said. She received $48,000 from the firm — $5,500 more than previously reported, according to tax returns that Haley showed reporters during her 2010 campaign for governor.” [The State, 6/29/12]

Haley and Family Business Repeatedly Filed Late Taxes, Paid Thousands in Fines. The Associated Press reported on Haley’s tax history and that of family clothing store at which she “frequently cited” her experience as an accountant: “Records show the store’s taxes were at least 19 months past due each time the state filed a lien. Two of the tax liens were for failing to pay corporate income taxes and one was for not turning over taxes withheld from employee checks. The company paid nearly $4,000 to remove the liens… a review of Haley’s personal income taxes since 2004 showed she has repeatedly paid fines for failing to pay them on time, including twice filing more than 14 months late. Tax experts say a state tax lien is filed only after long negotiations between the government and the business. They also say the withholding penalty is more serious, since it involves the company taking money from employees but not sending it to the government.” [Associated Press, 9/9/10]

  • The State Editorial: “We Should Not Lower Our Standards.” The State wrote in 2010, ‘We do get concerned about patterns of behavior, and we do think that politicians ought to show some contrition when they fail to meet the basic obligations that the law requires of all citizens. Ms. Haley has developed a pattern, and in-stead of showing any contrition, she has tried to suggest that her failure to pay or even file her taxes on time somehow shows solidarity with an overtaxed public. It does no such thing. The overwhelming majority of South Carolinians not only file their taxes on time but pay them on time, as well. We should not lower our standards to knowingly elect some-one who has repeatedly failed to do that unless we make it clear that we are making a one-time exception, that we do not condone such irresponsibility — and unless the candidate makes it clear that she understands and respects this. [The State editorial, 9/17/10] 
  • Column: Haley Gave Herself “Bailout” in Paying Taxes Late. “The IRS makes clear, the extension applies only to the return…Taxes are always due by April 15 — at the latest. The Haleys have not paid their taxes by April 15 in any of the past five years… in my book, anytime you have to pay the government a penalty, you’ve done something wrong, and the Haleys have paid the IRS $4,452 in penalties in the past five years…I admire Ms. Haley’s discipline in reining in the family budget, but the fact is that part of her strategy was to avoid paying her bills on time, by essentially giving herself a loan from those of us who paid our taxes on time. A bailout if you will, albeit temporary, for the candidate who deplores federal bailouts. And since she failed to pay her taxes on time five years in a row, it raises questions about her stewardship of money.” [The State, Scoppe column, 8/21/10]

Nikki Haley’s hypocrisy knows no bounds, and she has shown time and again that she believes she is accountable to no one. It’s time for new leadership.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Nikki Haley’s Record: Gross Incompetence, Cover-Ups, & No Accountability

Today, Nikki Haley officially filed papers to run for reelection, clearly hoping South Carolinians forget the past three years. But South Carolinians feel the effects every day, because Nikki Haley’s record is consistent: Failed leadership and incompetence followed by cover-ups and no accountability.

“Whether it’s with the cover up of the hacking of 3.5 million people’s Social Security numbers, children dying while DSS worries more about meeting goals than child safety, or DHEC waiting two months to tell parents that their kids were being exposed to TB in a public school, Nikki Haley has repeatedly proven incompetent at being governor,” said Kristin Sosanie, SCDP Communications Director. “What’s worse – every time something goes wrong, there’s no accountability from Haley, just cover-ups and misdirection. It’s time for honest leadership and real accountability for the people of South Carolina, and that means no second term for Nikki Haley.”

Nikki Haley rode into office on a wave of promises, and has not delivered results. Instead, hardworking families and businesses are struggling while Nikki Haley fudges the numbers to paint a rosy picture to tell them “It’s a great day in South Carolina.” But Haley’s rhetoric is far from reality:

FAILED LEADERSHIP & INCOMPETENCE

  • Announced Jobs Fail to Materialize. “South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley touts that more than 40,000 jobs have been announced during her tenure, but no one can say how many of those planned jobs have become reality. Many employers won’t fill those jobs for years. Some plans will simply fall through – and already have in at least three cases… A quarter of the announcements commit to bring 25 or fewer jobs. An additional 18 projects show no jobs at all – six of which are receiving upfront infrastructure grants from the state.” [AP, 1/5/14]
  • Dramatic declines in labor market for young workers. “Another nagging concern continues to be the labor market for young people. That market has declined more dramatically than jobless rates show, the Brookings Institution reported last week. Brookings researchers reported the Greenville-Mauldin-Easley metropolitan area was among the 10 metro areas with the lowest employment rates of young adults ages 20-24 among the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas. The trend is striking and raises fears that many will miss out on higher earnings and economic opportunities, experts and economists said.” [Greenville News, 3/18/14]
  • Jobless rates increasing around the state. “Jobless rates went up in all but three of South Carolina’s 46 counties in January. Marion County had the state’s highest unemployment, at 13.6 percent. The jobless rate was lowest in Lexington County, at 5.1 percent.” [Greenville News, 3/18/14]
  • Nikki Haley’s veto pen has hit education hardest. “Of the nearly 200 budget vetoes Gov. Nikki Haley has issued during her three years as governor, no government service has been struck more than public education. A review of the governor’s budget vetoes shows the first-term Republican has vetoed $110 million worth of public education programs and services since 2011, vetoes that account for more than a quarter of the $419 million she has vetoed in state spending since 2011.” [The State, 6/27/13]

                                                                                                                                                                                               

COVER-UPS & NO ACCOUNTABILITY

  •  Haley’s Dept. of Social Services fails to protect children in order to meet quotas. “Sens. Katrina Shealy and Joel Lourie are part of a subcommittee that heard Wednesday about an alarming number of child deaths where the Department of Social Service was already involved. The lawmakers also heard about a system of goals that encourages social workers to keep children out of or remove them from foster care even if it isn’t the best thing to do…. The goals deeply bothered both Lourie and Shealy. ‘They are talking about wildly important goals. Let’s get the numbers down?’ Shealy said. ‘These aren’t numbers. These are people.’” [AP, 1/15/14]
  • Haley’s administration kept parents in the dark for two months while their children were exposed to TB at their public school. Top DHEC staffer knew about TB problem in April. “Parents in the town are incensed that they weren’t told about the disease threat until May 28 and that their children weren’t tested for the disease until May 31. DHEC staffers learned that a school janitor had tuberculosis March 8. He is believed to have spread the disease. Templeton freely acknowledged this week that her agency responded poorly to the tuberculosis threat, telling The State newspaper that ‘DHEC screwed this up.’” [The State, 7/19/13]
  • Governor Haley waited more than 2 weeks to inform 6.4 million consumers and businesses in South Carolina that their tax information had been hacked under her watch. A computer chief at the S.C. Department of Revenue did not heed warnings about cyber-security shortcomings at that state agency before hackers stole personal financial data belonging to 6.4 million consumers and business, a former agency employee told lawmakers Thursday. [The State, 1/4/13]

 

No Wonder She’s So Unpopular….

 

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

The definition of circular reasoning: Nikki Haley on kids’ deaths at DSS

Senators from both sides of the aisle joined in the fight to end the incompetence and demand accountability at the Dept of Social Services. Meanwhile, Governor Nikki Haley continues to stand behind her appointed department head, citing the same decreases in numbers that witnesses have repeatedly testified came at the cost of children’s lives and safety.

This is the definition of circular reasoning, and shows a dangerous lack of accountability:

SHOT: Investigation shows Dept. of Social Services has repeatedly failed to act in best interests of children in order to meet quotas & lower their numbers.

  • “Sens. Katrina Shealy and Joel Lourie are part of a subcommittee that heard Wednesday about an alarming number of child deaths where the Department of Social Service was already involved. The lawmakers also heard about a system of goals that encourages social workers to keep children out of or remove them from foster care even if it isn’t the best thing to do…. The goals deeply bothered both Lourie and Shealy. ‘They are talking about wildly important goals. Let’s get the numbers down?’ Shealy said. ‘These aren’t numbers. These are people.’” [AP, 1/15/14]
  • “The panel heard from Richland and Charleston county coroners. Both cited cases where investigations into child deaths revealed troublesome patterns of abuse and questions about how DSS handled the cases, they said….Former DSS deputy director Linda Martin, who was fired last year after being with the agency for more than 30 years, testified that the agency was more focused on numbers than the care of children in the state. A former Richland County DSS director said he resigned early for similar reasons.” [The State, 3/19/14]

CHASER: Nikki Haley uses those same numbers to defend her failed agency head.

  • “Haley is standing behind Koller’s leadership. Her spokesman cited numbers showing a decrease in deaths, increase in adoptions and more people moving from welfare to work since Koller took the agency’s helm in 2011.” [AP, 3/19/14]
  • “’All the numbers that I worked with her on have improved. Let’s be clear, one child death is one death too many,’ Haley said. ‘Our job is to make sure we constantly improve those numbers. … Every member of that agency is committed to that under the leadership of Lillian Koller.’” [Columbia Free Times, 3/19/14]

 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

SCDP YouTube Page

SCDP YouTube Page

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Republicans: The Rube Goldberg of Job Creation

http://vimeo.com/30779457 

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Where in the world is Nikki Haley?

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

DNC Chairwoman’s special announcement for South Carolina

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Rick Perry in South Carolina YouTube video

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Haley=Hypocrisy

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Nikki Lies Again YouTube Video

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Alphonso Times
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Gretchen Munroe
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Susan Roehrs
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Saluda County

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864-445-1186 h
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State Executive Committee Members

Daniel James
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Richland County

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County Chair

Listervelt Middleton
803-735-0154 h
803-767-3161 c
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State Executive Committee Members

Matthew Richardson
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Frank Caggiano
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Annejanet Harp
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Pickens County

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State Executive Committee Members

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Aleta Robinson, Executive Committee
sixmiletoo@aol.com
 

John A. Martin, Executive Committee Alternate
fallmart4@att.net
 

Toni Vitanza, Executive Committee Alternate

tonivitanza@hotmail.com

 

 

Orangeburg County

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County Chair

Betty Henderson
803-274-8540 h
803-531-3888 w
bhenderson127@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

Beatrice Johnson
H PHONE: 803-854-4439
C PHONE: 803-707-8915
EMAIL: lakesidequeenbea@aol.com

John Shuler
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Oconee County

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Rosellen Aleguire
864-972-3047 c
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State Executive Committee Members

John Hester
H PHONE: 864-944-8191
EMAIL: johnwhester@hotmail.com

Patricia Hughes
H PHONE: 864-638-0059
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Newberry County

County Chair

Dave Waldrop
803-276-5491 h
803-924-1547 c
davewaldrop@hughes.net

State Executive Committee Members

Loretta Moon
H PHONE: 803-345-9139
EMAIL: moonlb@bellsouth.net

John Sukovich

McCormick County

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County Chair

Charles Wiggleton
864-443-5785 h
843-550-5025 c
cwiggleton@wctel.net

State Executive Committee Members

Delbert Walls
H PHONE: 864-443-0066

Paulette Freeman
H PHONE: 864-465-2154

1st VP Robert Rockstroh

2nd VP Polly Walters 864-391-5595

 

Marlboro County

County Chair

Greg Ohanesian
843-479-3068 h
843-479-7193 c

State Executive Committee Members

Barbara Ohanesian
H PHONE: 843-479-3068

Willie Gladden
H PHONE: 843-862-4794
EMAIL: boo2157@bellsouth.net

Marion County

County Chair

Lee Jenkins
843-496-2390 h
843-496-2390 c
jleewalter@bellsouth.net

State Executive Committee Members

 

Marvin Stevenson
H PHONE: 843-423-7524
EMAIL: stevensonm@scdot.org

Lexington County

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County Chair

Kathy Hensley
803-957-7750 h
kathrynhensley@hotmail.com

State Executive Committee Members

Betty Fant
H PHONE:803-359-4459
EMAIL: fant2cats@aol.com

Jerald Sanders
H PHONE:803-622-8361
EMAIL: jsanders57@live.com

 

Lee County

County Chair

Julian Washington
803-692-4718
cudapea@sc.rr.com

Deborah Wilson

H PHONE: 803-692-3284

 

Ebbie Myers

H PHONE:803-428-3068

 

Samuel Joye

H PHONE:803-482-5695

Laurens County

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County Chair

Loren Taylor
864-984-6726 h
864-876-8272 c
loren@prtcnet.com

State Executive Committee Members

Diane Anderson
H PHONE: 864-833-5736
EMAIL: gloriaanderson1@bellsouth.net

Lumas Byrd Jr.
H PHONE: 864-833-2700
EMAIL: lumusbyrdjr@aol.com

Lancaster County

County Chair

Clara Jones
803-2879011
arnettajones1@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

Mandy Powers-Norrell
H PHONE: 803-289-6409
EMAIL: resipsa@comporium.net

Carl Wright
H PHONE: 803-285-2717

 

Kershaw County

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Address

1670-9 Springdale Dr PMB 255
Camden,SC,29020

County Chair

Phyllis Lloyd-Harris
803-549-9570 c
803-549-9570 c
phyharris@gmail.com

State Executive Committee Members

Nissary Wood
H PHONE: 803-408-0722
EMAIL: nissaryflingwood@yahoo.com

Fred Sheheen
H PHONE: 803-432-5464
EMAIL: fsheheen@mailbox.sc.edu

Jasper County

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County Chair

Arthur Murphy
843-726-3991 h
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State Executive Committee Members

Ed Harley
H PHONE: 843-726-4897

Alma Lee
H PHONE: 843-645-2154

Horry County

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County Chair

Joan Furlong
Phone: 843-488-4237
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Cedric Spain
 C PHONE: 843-246-4338
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MaryEllen Greene

Phone: 843-449-7266

Email: greenemaryellen@hotmail.com

Hampton County

County Chair

Susan Rowell
803-943-5524 h
susanr48@yahoo.com

Greenwood County

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Lois Gentry
864-554-4978 h
864-456-7949 c
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Norval Davis
H PHONE: 864-227-1489
C PHONE: 864-993-1634
EMAIL: norval@greenwood.net

Lillian Thomas
H PHONE: 864-223-7064
EMAIL: lrthomas2005@yahoo.com

Greenville County

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County Chair

Eric Graben
(864) 233-8339
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Allan Jenkins
H PHONE: 864-232-9022

Mary Virginia Tynan
C PHONE: 864-360-5851
EMAIL: maryva@gmail.com

Georgetown County

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County Chair

Nancy Kolman
843-235-2075 h
843-240-3396 c
nkolman@sc.rr.com

State Executive Committee Members

Morris Johnson
H PHONE: 843-546-9369

Natasha Dones
H PHONE: 843-546-8184

Florence County

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County Chair

Sheila C. Gallagher
843-669-5495 c
scgjune@aol.com

State Executive Committee Members

John Wukela
H PHONE: 843-665-5888
EMAIL: John@Wukela.us

Rubilee Jupiter
H PHONE: 843-662-5911
EMAIL: jojup4@aol.com

Fairfield County

Address

843 John Brice Rd
Blair, SC 29015

County Chair

Tangee Jacobs
803-635-9563 h
803-446-6149 c
talktotangee@gmail.com

State Executive Committee Members

Ricky Van Johnson
H PHONE: 803-2903677

C PHONE: 803-718-0076

Edgefield County

County Chair

Terrence Culbreath
terrence@terrenceculbreath.com

State Executive Committee Members

Catherine Morgan-Butler
H PHONE: 803-637-6380

Robert Scott
H PHONE: 803-292-9161

Dorchester County

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Address

166 West 2nd North Street
Summerville, SC

County Chair

Richard Hayes
843-225-1882 h
843-813-2168 c
rhayes73@aol.com

State Executive Committee Members

Nancy Seufert
H PHONE: 843-552-1322
EMAIL: seufertnancyclare@knology.net

David Rison
C PHONE: 843-873-6928
EMAIL: david_rison@yahoo.com

Dillon County

County Chair

Clarence McRae
843-774-7420 h
843-632-3162 c
smcrae911@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

A. Eugene Carmichael
H PHONE: 843-759-2423

Kathy Smith
H PHONE: 843-756-9219
EMAIL: klouise05@yahoo.com

Darlington County

County Chair

Gerald Malloy
843-307-7400 c
gmalloy@bellsouth.net

State Executive Committee Members

Penny Nicholson
H PHONE: 843-383-9238
EMAIL: lawcenter4u@aol.com

Cleveland Jordan
H PHONE: 843-393-8388
EMAIL: clevejay@juno.com

Colleton County

www.scdp.org/colletoncounty.com

Address

P. O. Box 2377
Walterboro, SC 29488

County Chair

Karen Boyd
843-562-8806 h
843-909-3894 c
venus29481@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

Colleton County Secretary

Colleton County Treasurer

Clarendon County

County Chair

Eleazer Carter
803-473-2820 h
eleazercarter@aol.com

State Executive Committee Members

Patricia Pringle
H PHONE: 803-452-6131
EMAIL: ppringle@ftc-i.net

Robert Fleming
H PHONE: 803-435-8360

Chesterfield County

County Chair

Betty Harris
843-634-6407 h
843-622-5112 c

State Executive Committee Members

Billy Wallace
H PHONE: 843-537-0477

Loretta McNeal
H PHONE: 843-623-6277
EMAIL: lsmcneal@yahoo.com

Chester County

www.scdp.org/chestercounty

County Chair

Wanda Stringfellow
803-581-5092 h
803-519-8575 c
mayorstringfellow@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

Margie King
H PHONE: 803-377-4109
C PHONE: 803-374-0661
EMAIL: margiebking37@yahoo.com

Cherokee County

County Chair

VACANT

State Executive Committee Members

Henry Jolly
H PHONE:864-489-4638

Jessie Manning
H PHONE: 864-489-8245

Charleston County

www.charlestondemocrats.net

County Chair

Richard Hricik
CCDemChair@gmail.com

State Executive Committee Members

Erika Harrison
H PHONE: 843819-2527
EMAIL: harrisonev@gmail.com

Abraham Jenkins
H PHONE: 843-425-5617
EMAIL: ajax1206@yahoo.com

Calhoun County

County Chair

Charles Whetstone
803-823-2050 h
whetstone1950@gmail.com

State Executive Committee Members

Amy Conger
H PHONE: 803-874-1899
EMAIL: amypeterkin@gmail.com

Melvin Hart
H PHONE: 803-479-0624
EMAIL: hartmelvin@yahoo.com

Berkeley County

http://www.berkeleycountydemocrats.com/

County Chair

Melissa Watson
843-824-9970 h
843-793-9818 c
educateyoungpeople@gmail.com

State Executive Committee Members

Franklin Cleveland
H PHONE: 843-567-2161
EMAIL: Frankcleveland@gmail.com

Pat Jones
H PHONE: 843-761-5483
EMAIL: pbutlerj1946@yahoo.com

Alternate Executive Committee Members

Larry Martin

H. Phone: (843) 607-4551

105 Hidden Fawn Dr.

Goose Creek, SC 29445

EMAIL: mgs1988@comcast.net

 

Jane Pulling

H. Phone: (843) 209-3505

PO Box 478

Pinopolis, SC 29469

EMAIL: Lrapulling@homesc.com

Beaufort County

www.scdp.org/beaufortcounty/

Address

721 Okatie Highway
Ridgeland, SC

County Chair

Blaine Lotz
843-363-5204 h
gblotz@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

Alison Davidow
H PHONE: 843-522-9948
EMAIL: pelicans1@embarqmail.com

Al Thomas
H PHONE: 843-705-5768
EMAIL: hapensc2@hotmail.com

 

 

Barnwell County

www.BarnwellCountyDemocrats.com

County Chair

Lonnie Hosey
803-259-1178 h
803-671-1184 c
lonniehosey@bellsouth.net

State Executive Committee Members

Terri Jowers
C PHONE:706-373-8398
EMAIL: TJJowers@gmail.com

Tim Moore
H PHONE: 803-259-7068
EMAIL: morelaw.com

Bamberg County

Address

P. O. Box 1136
Bamberg, SC 29003

County Chair

Alzena Robinson
803-245-5903 h
robinsonalzena@yahoo.com

State Executive Committee Members

Larry Haynes
H PHONE: 803-245-7410
EMAIL: hsnina50@aol.com

Anderson County

www.scdp.org/andersoncounty

County Chair

Stuart Sprague
864-226-7595 h
864-314-5640 c
sprague_s@bellsouth.net

State Executive Committee Members

David Vandiver
H PHONE: 864-225-9858
EMAIL: daveocrat@yahoo.com

Sandra Gantt
H PHONE: 864-226-7723
EMAIL: sggantt1@bellsouth.net

Allendale County

County Chair

Willa Jennings
803-584-2998 h
803-686-0042 c
jenn1759@bellsouth.net

State Executive Committee Members

Wilda J. Robinson

PO Box 786

Allendale, SC 29810

(803) 584-3289  

C (803) 646-2177 

wildajrobinson@aol.com

 

James Washington

H (803) 584-3289

Aiken County

www.aikencountydemocrats.org/

County Chair

Harold Crawford
803-648-7218 h
803-215-5509 c
hacrawfordjr@bellsouth.net

State Executive Committee Members

Richard Johnson
H PHONE: 803-648-5510
EMAIL: rjohnsonjr@maxxconnect.net

R.D. “Bunni” Crawford

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Aiken-County-Democratic-Party/148580141824013

Aiken County

http://www.google.com

Address

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC 20006

County Chair

Remle Johnson
864-391-8928 h
864-391-1744 c
remle@wctel.net

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Abbeville County

County Chair

Remle Johnson
864-391-8928 h
864-391-1744 c
remle@wctel.net

State Executive Committee Members

Dr. Bobby Crosby
H PHONE: 864-446-2508
EMAIL: ccrosby@wctel.net

Dr. Shirley Crosby
H PHONE: 864-446-2508
EMAIL: ccrosby@wctel.net