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Senator John L. Scott, Jr talks about Minority Voter involvement

Senator John L. Scott, Jr., was elected to the South Carolina State Senate in 2008 representing Senatorial District 19, an ethnically and economically diverse...

Honest, pragmatic insight

Letter to The Editor Michael Fowler is running for the S.C. House of Representatives District 31 seat. I have worked with Mr. Fowler for several...

Cheryl J. Jones Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works

"Bringing dreams to realty" Cheryl Jeter-jones has choosen to run for the position of Commissioner of Public Works for the City of Spartanburg on November...

On The Campaign Trail With Councilman Robert Reeder

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New innovative thinking by Spartanburg City Council Leadership

Solar Power Initiative reducing taxpayers enery bills Spartanburg City Councilman Robert Reeder talks about the importance of his work to keep Spartanburg moving in the...

OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO SAY FOCUSED

Dear Editor, As small business owner and retired veteran serving the ARKWRIGHT community for the past 10 years, I have yet to see any significant...

Candidate Rosalyn D. Henderson pulls it off as a Political Newcomer!!!!!

72% victory which is historic for the district 3.  410 to 168 defeating incumbent Robert Reeder.          

Letter to The Editor He has what it takes

It’s not often that you meet someone who has a lasting impression on you. Mike Fowler, candidate for the S.C. House District 31 seat,...

The Next Generation of Leaders -20 year old Councilman Elected

Twenty-year old Jewell Jones was like a lot of students the University of Michigan-Dearborn – ambitious, eager to make his mark on the world...

Kenneth Myers Sr. joins the team for 2016 Elections

  Editor Myers will be covering local, state and federal politics that impact minority voters.
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