During this presidential primary season, please visit the South Carolina Democratic Party website for state-wide schedules of presidential parties, or visit the candidates own campaign websites.

If you have a scheduled repeating event listed here, please keep your meeting details updated by either completing the event submission form or emailing us the information to

Chapin Moving Blue CD2 @ Lexington County Public Library - Chapin
Oct 21 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Will Brennan Reception | City Council District 3 @ 207 King Street
Oct 22 @ 5:00 pm

Event Hosts Stacey & Jim Brennan • Harriet & Rich Showman • Martha Fowler Linda McDonald • Barbara Gatlin • Ann Harriott & Dewey Ervin Malie & Karl Heider • Rowena Nylund • Peggy & Garry Powers Susie & Charles Dibble • Carla & JC Moore • Stephanie Bridgers Kim & Mike Pordes • Carrie & Cody Smith • Taylor & Laine Ligon Mary Lane & David Sloan • Kelly & Michael Burkett • Isa Mandell Leah & Brad Morris • John Boudreaux • Katy & Mac Humphries Eme Crawford & Emile DeFelice • Ann Timberlake & Ben Gregg Rebecca & Brock Dillard • Linda & Thom Salane • Carol & David Lee Benton Williamson • Cheryl Holland & Doug Quackenbush

Cordially Invite You To A Reception


City Council District 3
Candidate Will Brennan 


Presidential Justice Forum @ Benedict College
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am – Oct 27 @ 3:00 pm

A Bipartisan Forum of Presidential Candidates Exclusively Focused on Criminal Justice Reform

About this Event

The 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center is hosting a bipartisan forum on the campus of Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina, on October 25, 26 and 27, 2019, where all presidential candidates have been invited to present their criminal justice reform platforms, setting forth specific and articulable policy proposals with measurable results to be achieved by 2024. With the landmark First Step Act passing in late 2018, we are calling upon all candidates to answer: what’s the “Second Step?”

To date there has been no debate, town hall or forum exclusively focused on criminal justice reform that has forced the presidential candidates speak in depth about their proposals for reform. 20/20 is uniquely positioned to hold its second forum of this kind including both parties’ candidates, as we are the only national Black bipartisan organization that includes law enforcement and activists, judges, prosecutors and public defenders, state and local elected officials, educators and students, formerly incarcerated individuals and other community leaders.


Columbia Mayor, Stephen K. Benjamin
National Black Police Association
African American Mayors Association
National Black Caucus, Local Elected Officials
National Black Caucus of State Legislators


Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Kamala Harris, Senator Cory Booker, Secretary Julian Castro, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and Congressman John Delaney

For Complete Details, go to:

Presidential Justice Forum Flyer

The Future is Now | Fundraiser @ The Hunter-Gatherer at the Hangar
Oct 25 @ 6:00 pm

Save the Date!

Young people are leading the way on climate change and gun safety. Support them at our Fundraiser benefiting the Future Is Now, a partnership between College Democrats and the RCDP.

The Future Is Now Fundraiser
Friday, October 25, 6pm to close
The Hunter-Gatherer at the Hangar
1402 Jim Hamilton Boulevard
Columbia, SC 29205

The Future is Now sponsors events like our Presidential Town Hall Series at USC, our internship program, and leadership training.


Suggested Donation: $25
Students Free with ID


The Future is Now Flyer | Fundraiser for RCDP and CDSC
Promo Image for Download
Swansea Moving Blue CD2 @ Swansea Library
Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Swansea Moving Blue CD2 @ Swansea Library

We need your help in Swansea!

For far too long, Joe “Do Nothing” Wilson has neglected the people and his responsibilities.

The five County Democratic Parties are working together together to finally turn the 2nd Congressional District blue.

We need Democrats in Swansea to help us in – 

MOVING our party forward, 

MOVING blue voters to the polls, and 

MOVING “Do Nothing” Joe Wilson out of office.

Join the five County Parties’ new campaign, Moving Blue, to flip the 2nd Congressional district! Democrats of CD2 deserve better than Joe Wilson.

Come learn more about Moving Blue and how you can join our efforts!

Election Day
Nov 5 all-day

Counties and towns throughout the state vote today in various local level elections.

For information regarding the City of Columbia Municipal Election, please contact the Office of the Clerk at 803.545.3045 or visit

For voter inquiries, please contact the Richland County Elections and Voter Registration Office at 803.576.2240. Another source for South Carolina elections is at


Please note – The municipal election will be the first time that the Richland County Elections and the Voter Registration Office will use the new voting machines.



Communications Committee @ Richland Library - Main - Room 214
Nov 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Communications Committee oversees a communications network that raises public awareness of the party, its activities, values, legislative agenda and elected officials. The communications network includes various media: email, the RCDP newsletter, traditional journalism (print and digital), and social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube).

Members should have an interest or experience in at least one of the following: (a) journalism; (b) marketing and communications strategy; (c) using social media; (d) video production or editing; (e) graphic design; (f) layout and production software.