South of the Broad Document Archive

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Reading 2011 September Stop Coddling.pdf
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PressRelease2012_10_11Bobbie_Rose.pdf
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President Message 2013 03 13.pdf
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President Message 2012 04 11.pdf
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President Message 2011 11 11.pdf
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President Message 2011 08 07.pdf
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President Message 2011 07 27.pdf
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President Message 2011 03 12.pdf
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Notes_2013_05_14HHH_Medicaid_Expansion.pptx
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News Letter 2011 July.pdf
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Event_2014_02_11Ligon .html
Event_2013_11_12Brown.html
Event_2013_10_22VIM.html
Event_2013_10_19Progressive.html
Event_2013_09_10_PPHS.pdf
Event_2013_05_14Luncheon_Obamacare.html
Event_2013_04_09Luncheon.html
Event_2013_04_06Hand.html
Event_2013_04_06Cunninghams.html
Event_2013_03_27_Vincent.html
Event_2013_03_17Primary.html
Event_2013_03_12Elizabeth.html
Event_2004_03_06Father_Kendall.html
Event2013_03_09Eliz_Colbert_Busch.doc
Event2013_02_12Dr_McGee.pdf
Event2013_01_21MLKCelebrationWeekendEvents.doc
Event2012_11_17_21AfterNovember.doc
Event2012_11_12_12Blaine_Lotz.doc
Event2012_10_26Boil.pdf
Event2012_09_30High_Tea_with_High_Ideals2.pdf
Event2012_09_30High_Tea_with_High_Ideals2.doc
Event2012_09_30High_Tea_with_High_Ideals.pdf
Event2012_09_30High_Tea_with_High_Ideals.doc
Event2012_09_09Grand_Opening.pdf
Event2012_04_26Sun_City.doc
Event2012_04_24Bobbie_Rose.pdf
Event2012_04_24Bobbie_Rose.doc
Event2012_03_27ImmigrationEricEsquivel.pdf
Event2012_03_27ImmigrationEricEsquivel.doc
Event2012_03_13ImmigrationMelissaAzillion.pdf
Event2012_03_13ImmigrationMelissaAzillion.doc
Event2012_02_14CellPhoneCollett.pdf
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Event2012_01_10SCCLStevenEames.pdf
Event2012_01_10SCCLStevenEames.doc
Event2011_11_08SCEquality.pdf
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Event2011_11_08SCEquality.doc
Event2011_10_22Mitchville.pdf
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Elections2012_09_29 PR re Sat hours on Oct 6.pdf

BCDP2012_10_26LowcountryBoil.html
BCDP2012_09_29ComtributeToBobbie.html
BCDP2012_09_09Convention_Report.html
BCDP2012_09_03What_Has_Obama_Done.html
BCDP2012_09_01StopVoucherProgram.html
BCDP2012_08_31BCDPRepublicanLies.pdf


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Obama in 2012 Date: 2015-03-25
Women in Politics

The Democratic Club South of Broad evening meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 25 in the Public Service District Community Room at 21 Oak Park Dr. (off of Mathews Dr.). Social at 6:30 pm, speaker begins at 7:00. The presentation will focus on Women in Politics and identifying and training women to run for office.

Our dynamic speaker is Susan Smith, President of the SC Democratic Womens Council (SCDWC). At the SCDP Convention in 2014, she was recognized as being one of the most energetic leaders of the SC Democratic Party and earned the title SC Democrat of the Year.

She is preparing for the next Day in Blue on May 20, 2015 whose theme will be "Building a Better Volunteer," hosting a southern regional meeting of the National Federation of Democratic Women in Jan. 2016, and bringing a national convention of the Federation of Democratic Women to SC in June, 2016.

Please join us next Wednesday at PSD on Oak Park Drive.

Thank you,

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


Obama in 2012 Date: 2015-02-26
What we stand for

We, South Carolina Democrats, stand for:

Voting Rights

  •  The right to vote is guaranteed for each citizen.
  •  Maximum opportunities exist for each citizen to vote through accommodations for disabled persons and expansion of voting places and opportunity, e.g., early voting, county-wide precincts.
  •  Free, easily understood procedures are available for registering to vote and obtaining required voter identification.

Economic Equity

  •  Each willing and able worker can find employment which will pay them a living wage .
  •  Those who are truly unable to work will be provided assistance to ensure them a physically secure, healthy life.

Education

  •  Each person is entitled to a free education which will enable them to contribute fully as a citizen.
  •  The quality of an education provided in South Carolina will be competitive, not simply adequate.
  •  The adequacy of our schools will be evaluated against regularly-updated standards which ensure that South Carolina businesses and other institutions are internationally competitive.
  •  Where local resources are lacking to guarantee each child a competitive education, the wider state and national community will provide requisite resources.

Health Care

  •  All citizens have a right of access to affordable health care and adequate resources must be provided to ensure that right.
  •  Women have a right to decide whether to – or whether not to – bear children and governments should not interfere with their choices.
  •  Protection of human health requires government regulation and enforcement including agencies ranging from local health departments to federal agencies such as the FDA, the CDC, and the EPA.

Environment and Climate Change

  •  Our government, and we as individuals, must minimize risks to the environment from human-caused action, including pollution, overconsumption, and habitat destruction.
  •  Global warming is a major risk to the human and natural world and is acknowledged by the majority of the scientific community. Successfully facing this risk requires that we recognize it and join in addressing it.
  •  Our local environment is particularly at risk and we must do all possible to maintain its natural beauty and economic viability.

Immigration

  •  Just as in the 1800s and early 1900s, we must ensure a pathway to citizenship to those who are here and are willing to work toward economic success and cultural affinity in our state and country.

Diversity

  •  Each person, regardless of their race, gender, religion, age, and sexual orientation is worthy of respect and will be provided equal protection and opportunity under our laws.
  •  We support all forms of inclusion and support judicial and legislative actions to achieve this goal.

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.