Meet the Candidate: Ramin Mammadov (South Carolina)

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Candidate Name:

Ramin Mammadov

Photo provided by the campaign.

What office are you running for?

U.S. House of Representatives SC-5

With which party are you running for office?

Democratic Party

Election Date

June 09 2020

Why are you running for office?

I am running for Congress to rebuild the unity that was lost due to political polarization and ideology. I am running to provide the voice for those whose voices aren’t heard. We deserve a strong and clear voice that is committed to representing people’s interests only. Too often partisanship and special interest have done nothing but leave more people behind. We deserve a representative who will leave NO ONE behind and who more closely identifies with the residents of our district and our nation.

What is the biggest issue facing your community and how do you propose helping?

Our great state of South Carolina is facing issues with education, jobs and infrastructure, healthcare and senior livings. I propose three point plan that will focus on issues of three age categories: our children, our youth, and our seniors.

How do we fix the partisan divide in our country and start working together again?

We need to start serving our country and our community, not by working the aisle, but by working to eliminate its inherent dissension. My goal is to strengthen our living system for our families, our children, and the future of our lives.

How can our readers get involved in your campaign?

Our campaign needs volunteers and donations. Any help is appreciated.

Candidate Social Media:

Website| Facebook | Twitter

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