Introduction

MLK at HHI

Hello!, We are the Democratic Club of Beaufort County South of the Broad and represent Democrats on Hilton Head Island and in the greater Bluffton area. We are closely affiliated with the Beaufort County Democratic Party and support its many activities.

The Beaufort County Democratic Party is the local branch of the South Carolina Democratic Party and National Democratic Party . We share our party's values, including a commitment to equal opportunity for all Americans, improving health care and public education, protecting the environment, and keeping America strong at home while restoring its standing abroad.

Upcoming Event(s)

Obama in 2012 Date: 2015-02-03 Tuesday
Jaime Harrison

Democratic Club of Beaufort County, (South of the Broad), will hold its monthly luncheon meeting Tuesday, February 3rd at noon at the Indigo Run Gulf Club. Cost is $20 for your meal payable by cash check or charge. PLEASE sign up by Sunday, February 1st at 9:00 p.m. and specify meat or vegetarian option when you register at  reservations

 The key note speaker will be State Party Chair, Jaime Harrison. Chairman Harrison is a former aide to James Clyburn, (D-SC). At 32, Harrison was named to the "Who's who" of young Washingtonians. Harrison is a graduate of both Yale and Georgetown University.

A native of Orangeburg, SC Harrison is passionate about State issues. He recently addressed South Carolina Supreme Court's remarks regarding education.

Please join us for this informative meeting. A question and answer session will follow Mr. Harrison's presentation.

Contact Information?n John Giles, 843-684-3006 or johnedwardgiles@live.com

 


Obama in 2012 Date: 2015-03-03 Tuesday
Alex Brown

If you are not available for lunch perhaps you can make the reception later. Read on for details.

John E. Giles, president of The Democratic Club of Beaufort County South of the Broad

PLEASE JOIN US AT A RECEPTION FOR

JAIME HARRISON

SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIRMAN

4:30 - 6 PM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2015

Sun City Riverbend Clubhouse, Rt. 170

30 Tidewatch Dr., Okatie, SC

Jaime will share his thoughts on recent Democratic defeats, prospects for the future of the SC Democratic Party, the SC Presidential Primary in 2016, chances for our potential Presidential and Congressional candidates, and grassroots keys to future Democratic victories. Don't miss this opportunity to ask questions and express your views on how we can, once again, win elections.

This extraordinary and gifted leader is part of our state's Democratic future. Please join us to hear his keen insights and help rebuild our financial coffers for future campaigns. Your contributions will help us in Beaufort County as we share the Democratic Party message with our neighbors.

Minimum donation of $25 payable by cash or check at the door(appetizers included and cash bar available)

RSVP by Feb 1 to gblotz@yahoo.com or (843) 363-5204 (guest list at the gate)

Blaine Lotz, Chair, Beaufort County Democratic Party


Latest News

Obama in 2012 Date: 2012-08-12
Elections Update

Beaufort County Democratic Party Officers Effective August 12, 2014
Blaine Lotz Chair
John Glover First Vice-Chair
Irene Goodnight Second Vice-Chair
Gracie Aylmer Third Vice-Chair
Doug Nichols Secretary
Diana Radcliffe Treasurer
Pamela Brandon SCDP Executive Committeewoman
Alan Hollis SCDP Executive Committeeman
Bill Walker Alternate Executive Committeeman
Jimmy Mackey Co-Chair Voter Protection
B.J. McClung-Merritt Co-Chair Voter Protection


Greeting from President

Obama in 2012 Date: 2014-12-12 Tuesday
Letter

Welcome to the Democratic Club South of the Broad web page. We are a liberal-minded group that gather (socially) to foster ideas for the better good of all. We meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at noon and in the evening respectively. Please join us when you are able and check this website for updates for programs and speakers.

During 2015 we have much to do to prepare for the 2016 election. Democrats need to help our legislatures to pass comprehensive immigration reform, raise the minimum wage, and keep the affordable care act in place. We can assist through letter-writing campaigns to our congressional representatives and newspapers as well as through other informational and educational activities.

We will continue with efforts to register voters, invite informed speakers for our luncheons and evening meetings, and participate in other outreach programs in our community.

We hope to establish some standing committees to work on specific issues and we would love to hear your suggestions and hope that you will volunteer to participate as well.

Thank you for your continued support. It is the 15.00 memberships that fund our Club and activities. Please consider joining today.