CCDP Newsletter: Time is Running Out to Donate School Supplies

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CCDP Annual School Supply Drive: Donate Now!

Back-to-school shopping is starting up and many Lowcountry children need our help to be properly supplied for the school year. Please contribute to CCDP’s school supply drive before August 12. You can drop off newly purchased supplies at the locations listed above, or you are encouraged to make a cash donation by clicking on the button below.  We will be partnering with local groups to supply backpacks and other supplies for 1,000 Charleston-area students.

Contribute to the Charleston County School Supply Drive

Update: Abortion in South Carolina Moves Closer to Being Criminalized 

The ad hoc SC House committee on abortion legislation has met twice this month. The committee produced a bill named H. 5399 after a disingenuously short period of public input. H. 5399 is a total ban on abortion with only an extreme exception for the life of the mother, and would send people to jail who provide or even assist a woman seeking an abortion. There is not an exception for rape, incest, or fetal abnormality.

The committee has submitted H. 5399, and the House Judiciary committee will likely prepare the bill during the week of August 15 for a full House vote later in the month. You are encouraged to contact the members of the House Judiciary Committee in Charleston County to share your thoughts on H. 5399:

Contact Members of the House Judiciary Committee

There is also discussion in the SC House to outlaw discussion of abortion resources online, and even over the telephone. 

After approval from the House Judiciary committee, the entire SC House and then SC Senate would need to draft a similar bill. Contract your SC Representative and Senator today to let them know your thoughts on H. 5399:

Contact Your Representatives in the SC Legislature

Get your Riverdogs Tickets Before They’re Gone!

Tickets are going quickly for CCDP ‘s meetup at the Riverdogs baseball game on Sunday, August 14 at 4:00 pm! Tickets include a fantastic buffet and the opportunity to enjoy the red-hot Riverdogs with a fun group of Democrats. Kids 3 and under are free but seating is running out, so get your tickets today! Special sponsorship opportunities are still available as well – follow the link below to purchase tickets or for more information about sponsorship opportunities.

Buy Riverdogs Baseball Tickets

Upcoming Events

SUN AUG 14 4 PM

CCDP Night at the Riverdogs!

Get ready for CCDP Night at the RiverDogs! Join us on August 14th, when we will serve unlimited hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, watermelon, and lemonade, water and soda, plus great seats for the big game! Kids 3 and under are free. Tickets are going fast, so get sign up today!

You can purchase tickets by RSVPing below: RSVP Here>
THU AUG 18 6:30 PM

CCDP Monthly Meeting

We are back to meeting in person! If you would like to attend this month’s meeting in person, please meet us Downtown at the Charleston County Main Public Library. We will meet in the library’s auditorium .If you wish to join via Zoom, please make sure you RSVP to receive the link.

Charleston County Main Public Library RSVP Here>

2022 Candidate Information

2022 CHARLESTON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

State Level Offices:
Governor:
Joe Cunningham (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)

U.S. Senate:
Krystle Matthews (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)

Secretary of State: Peggy Butler (WebsiteDonations)

State Superintendent of Education:
Lisa Ellis (WebsiteInstagramTwitterDonations)


United States Congress:
SC-1: Dr. Annie Andrews (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)

SC-6:
Majority Whip James “Jim” E. Clyburn (WebsiteInstagram;  FacebookTwitterDonations)

South Carolina State House
15: Representative JA Moore (WebsiteFacebookTwitterDonations)
80: Donna Brown Newton (WebsiteFacebookDonations)
109: Representative Deon Tedder (WebsiteFacebookTwitter)
110: Ellis Roberts (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)
111: Representative Wendell Gilliard (Facebook)
112: Dave Artushin (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)
113: Representative Marvin Pendarvis 
114: Michelle Brandt (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)
115: Representative Spencer Wetmore (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)
116: Representative Chardale Murray (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)
119: Representative Leon Stavrinakis (WebsiteFacebookTwitter)


Charleston County Council:
5: Councilman Teddie Pryor (Facebook)
8: Councilwoman Anna Johnson (WebsiteFacebookDonations)
9: Dylan Tullberg 

Charleston County Probate Judge:
Tamara Cunningham Curry (WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterDonations)

Charleston County Register of Deeds:
Karen Hollings (WebsiteDonations)


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