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Important questions about campaign spending in Charleston mayoral race

The Post and Courier’s story in its Sunday edition raises interesting questions about campaign spending in the current race to choose a candidate to succeed Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. The William Dudley Gregorie mayoral campaign is not suggesting that current candidates for mayor have broken the law. But the current law leaves open […]

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One Charleston: Where Do We Go From Here?

“Mother” Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church is my church. It is where I was christened as a child, and it is where I learned many of the values I take with me daily on this life’s journey Those principles of perseverance, kindness to others, respect, Godliness, and leadership were all kindled and nurtured within the […]

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Thank you

To my friends, I want to thank you for understanding my decision to briefly suspend my campaign during the recent events at my beloved church, Mother Emanuel.  I’ll be back soon with a clear message and renewed vigor.

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Political process important to voters in all age groups

As an election cycle approaches, political pundits often ask how a candidate can motivate young people to register to vote then vote on Election Day. According to a U.S. Census Bureau survey, in every presidential election since 1964 on, 18- to 24-year-olds have voted at lower rates than all other age groups with few notable […]

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William Dudley Gregorie announces for mayor of Charleston

By Schuyler Kropf Post and Courier Charleston City Councilman William Dudley Gregorie formally entered the 2015 race for mayor Friday, becoming the fifth announced hopeful to succeed 40-year incumbent Joe Riley. He is the first minority in the field. “Protecting the brand called ‘Charleston,’ for me, is the No. 1 priority,” he said following his […]

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In 2015 Charleston mayoral race, at least 8 consider a run

Rumors swirl as a growing crowd awaits Joe Riley’s departure by Paul Bowers Two weeks ago, an anonymous phone poll asked Charleston voters who they would choose for their next mayor … in November 2015. If a two-year politicking window sounds a bit extreme for a local election, consider that the incumbent, Mayor Joseph P. Riley […]

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The Charleston Chronicle, S.C. Sixth Nationally in Gun Violence – Groups Address Issues, Legislation Pending

By Barney Blakeney… South Carolina is a state with fewer than four million residents, about half the population of several major U.S. cities. Yet according to a new report South Carolina has the nation’s sixth highest rate for gun violence. And in Charleston County seven gun related homicides have occurred to date this year. Last […]

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Charleston Metro Chamber and Community Leaders Announce Yes4schools

Charleston Campaign in Support of Education Capital Improvement Referendum Passage will bring $736 million economic impact to the region, create thousands of jobs,alleviate overcrowding and increase safety and technology for students CHARLESTON, SC – The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, together with two area mayors and other community leaders, kicked off theYes4SchoolsCHS campaign at a press conference […]

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Gregorie plans on city council re-election – ABC 33/40 – Birmingham News, Weather, Sports

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Charleston Mayor Pro Tem William Dudley Gregorie said Thursday he will seek a second term on Charleston City Council. Gregorie won the seat four years ago on a platform of public safety, improving the city’s infrastructure, and combating the flooding and traffic problems. He said Thursday his focus would remain the […]

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French expertise and Southern hospitality converged at 2013 MCF-ACF North American conference « Estes Public Relations

More than 100 French Master Chefs convened in historic Charleston, S.C., for the 2013Master Chef of France (MCF) and French Culinary Academy (ACF) North American conference June 23 through 25. The highlight of this year’s event, the MCF-ACF 2013 Gala Dinner, was held at Lowndes Grove Plantation on Monday, June 24. The Gala featured a […]

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