CCDP Newsletter: Democratic Candidates Set

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Filing for all partisan offices in the state of South Carolina for the 2022 elections ended today at noon. That means we now know who will be the leaders we seek to elect and now turn toward the June primaries and the November general election.

However, we want to make sure that we fully introduce these candidates to all of the Charleston Democrats. Therefore, next week, we will feature a brief overview of the Democratic candidates who will be on your ballots in June and November. We are asking candidates to send their websites/social media and donation links. In the coming weeks, we will give a more in-depth look into each race and provide short bios of each Democratic candidate.

You can see who has filed through the button below.


With the SC State Legislature currently in session, many Republicans have been pushing anti-truth bills in an attempt to control and distort our education process. There is an organized movement to defeat these bills on the committee level, as Republicans lack a solid consensus. However, to ensure that these anti-truth bills fail, we need people to flood the public comments.

Please visit and to make your voice heard and ensure that truth prevails in South Carolina!


With the Senate Judiciary hearings now over, we want to remind you to urge our Senators to support the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

President Joe Biden has made the historic decision to nominate a respected jurist and former public defender, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, to fill the vacancy of the US Supreme Court created by Justice Stephen Breyer’s announced retirement. This nomination makes Judge Jackson the first African-American woman nominated to our nation’s highest court, a milestone that has taken far too long to occur, but must be celebrated nonetheless. Judge Jackson served as an editor on the Harvard Law Review, clerked for Justice Breyer, and has served on the federal judiciary for nearly nine years, currently serving on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. This historic nomination has received backing not just from Democrats, activists, and liberal groups, but also from prominent conservative legal voices, who have fully endorsed the nomination and highlighted Judge Jackson’s immense qualifications.

We want to encourage each and every one of you to email and call our two US Senators, Lindsey Graham (who voted to confirm Judge Jackson to the DC Circuit less than a year ago) and Tim Scott, to urge them to support the confirmation of Judge Jackson to the US Supreme Court.

Below you can find their information and basic sample emails. Please do not just copy and paste these samples emails. Make at least a small change early and another late in the letter. Identifying yourself by precinct is a good way to let them know you’re an informed voter. It’s on your voter registration card or at at “Check My Voter Registration.” Also, feel free to respond to this newsletter with any questions about urging support of this historic nomination.

Senator Lindsey Graham- (202) 224-5972

Senator Graham:
I support President Biden’s nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Please swiftly confirm the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States of America. 
Because you recently voted to confirm her appointment to the Court of Appeals, you have every reason to do so again.  
South Carolina Voter 

Senator Tim Scott- (202) 224-6121

Senator Scott:
I support President Biden’s nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Please swiftly confirm the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States of America. 
South Carolina Voter 

Upcoming Events

THU MAR 31 8:30 AM

Coffee with Democrats

Join fellow Democrats for a cup of coffee and great conversation. We are returning to gathering in-person this week at Wildflour Pastry from 8:30-10 AM. No specific topics. Come for the whole time or just a little while. Wildflour Pastry
TUE APR 05 6:30 PM

Lowcountry Young Democrats April Meeting

Join the Lowcountry Dems for our monthly meeting. We are committed to electing Democrats up and down the ballot. If you are eager to get involved but aren’t sure where to start, hop on the meeting. All are welcomed and encouraged!
Our meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm!Virtual Meeting
RSVP Here>

Give Back

Blessing Box Donations Needed!
Please consider donating to our CCDP Blessing Box. You can #StockTheBox at any time, or drop off items to the office during office hours or by appointment. Our community members appreciate and depend on our kindness!

A few things to remember when donating Blessing Box items:DO donate non-perishable items that will hold up in the weatherexample: canned vegetables and meats/fish, sauces in jars, boxes of rice or pastaprotip: donate items that don’t require milk/butter/oil to prepare, get cans with pop-tops that don’t require can openersDO donate small personal care items that will fit in the blessing boxexample toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant,DO NOT donate any open or expired items.Lowcountry Period Project Supplies Needed!
Did you know that our volunteers build period packs in support of the Homeless Period Project? The project provides pre-made kits for homeless shelters and nurse’s offices at Title IX schools in the Lowcountry. These items are a luxury to homeless women and girls and many are forced to choose between hygiene and food. Please consider donating the following items so we can continue to support this amazing project!
-individually-wrapped feminine pads
-individually-wrapped tampons
-individually-wrapped wipes
-individually-wrapped panty liners

Thanks again for your generosity!

Our office has limited public hours due to COVID, but if you are dropping off donations, you can email to arrange a drop off time.

DemCast is an advocacy-based 501(c)4 nonprofit. We have made the decision to build a media site free of outside influence. There are no ads. We do not get paid for clicks. If you appreciate our content, please consider a small monthly donation.

The mission of the Charleston County Democratic Party is to educate and encourage participation in the political process by people of all backgrounds who support Democratic principles. Funds garnered from this participation will be used to help elect Democratic candidates and to support Democratic programs.

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