MEET TWO CANDIDATES FOR STATE HOUSE
This week, we are featuring the two Democratic candidates for SC State House District 112: David Artushin and Stephen Hilton.David Artushin is not a political insider. He is a proud husband, father, businessman, Christian, and South Carolinian. He is running to represent South Carolina House District 112 because he believes in putting family first. His family loves East Cooper because of the strong sense of community, strong Christian values, and outdoor lifestyle that makes this a special place to call home. If elected to the State House, he pledges to support bipartisan efforts to do what’s best for South Carolina. He will support legislation to improve our state’s infrastructure, solve traffic congestion, support our K-12 public schools, conserve our coastal areas, and reject any effort to bring offshore drilling to our state. No longer shall we be divided, but instead learn to work together, love thy neighbor, and build a better tomorrow for all South Carolinians.
Stephen Hilton has grown up in Mount Pleasant going to Pinckney Elementary, Cario Middle, and Academic Magnet High School. He enjoys his days by going to the beach, going fishing, and eating at amazing restaurants overlooking the water. He is running to improve the education system so that everyone has an equal opportunity and ability to improve themselves. He also believes in protecting access to the beach and planning for the future with flood and hurricane protection. Stephen believes in equal chances for every resident and wants to work alongside everyone to move the district forward.
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2022 CANDIDATE OVERVIEW
The candidate overview has been updated to include state-level candidates!
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|CCDW May Meeting|
You’re invited to join Charleston County Democratic Women, on Tuesday, May 2 at 6:00 PM for the social and 6:30 to 7:30 pm to hear the candidates. It will be “in-person” at CCDP headquarters, 1379 Ashley River Road, Suite 200, Charleston, SC 29407So far the following candidates have agreed to attend our event. State Superintendent for Education: Dr. Gary Burgess, Lisa Ellis, and Representative Jerry Govan. As more confirmations come in, we will post them to https://www.facebook.com/groups/66765176224.For refreshments, we ask that you bring a snack and it’s BYOB. Don’t worry if you don’t have a snack to share, please come because we will have a few deli trays and some drinks. Looking forward to having a great time together!
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2022 Candidate Information
2022 CHARLESTON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATESState Level Offices (NEW):
Joe Cunningham (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
Calvin CJ Mack McMillan
William H. Williams
Catherine Fleming Bruce (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
Krystle Matthews (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
Secretary of State: Peggy Butler (Website; Donations)(NOMINEE)
State Superintendent of Education:
Dr. Gary Burgess (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
United States Congress:
SC-1: Dr. Annie Andrews (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)(NOMINEE)
Michael Addison (Website; Facebook; Donations)
Gregg Marcel Dixon (Website; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
Majority Whip James “Jim” E. Clyburn (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
South Carolina State House
15: Representative JA Moore (NOMINEE)
80: Donna Brown Newton (Website; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)(NOMINEE)
109: Representative Deon Tedder (NOMINEE)
110: Ellis Roberts (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)(NOMINEE)
111: Representative Wendell Gilliard (NOMINEE)
Dave Artushin (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
Stephen Hilton (Website; Twitter; Donations)
113: Representative Marvin Pendarvis (NOMINEE)
114: Michelle Brandt (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)(NOMINEE)
115: Representative Spencer Wetmore (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)(NOMINEE)
116: Representative Chardale Murray (NOMINEE)
119: Representative Leon Stavrinakis (NOMINEE)
Charleston County Council:
5: Councilman Teddie Pryor (NOMINEE)
Councilwoman Anna Johnson
Ronald L. Ladson (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
Millicent TraeyeMiddleton (Website; Instagram; Facebook; Twitter; Donations)
9: Dylan Tullberg (NOMINEE)
Charleston County Register of Deeds:
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 weather example: 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 openers DO donate small personal care items that will fit in the blessing box example 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 panty liners
Thanks again for your generosity!
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