We spent February on the road across South Carolina, going into new communities and talking to voters about the change they want to see in our state.
We kicked off the month with an event in Summerville, talking to voters about the issues facing Dorchester County.
This election, and beating Lindsey Graham, comes down to turnout. That’s why we helped to register voters in North Charleston, with volunteers helping folks get the information they need to register and vote.
We’re going county to county, putting in the work to turn out voters. I’m thankful for all the volunteers I’ve met so far — we’re going to win this election because of all of your hard work.
February is Black History Month, and I was honored to be given the chance to speak at Mount Zion United Methodist’s Black History Month service. We stand on the shoulders of giants — and that’s something we can never forget.
This campaign is about giving a voice to all South Carolinians, and making sure everyone is represented. I was happy to sit down with young Latinx activists and ask them what I can do to help.
We’ve gone into several communities in the last month, and I was happy to speak to parishioners in West Ashley about my plan to bring hope back to South Carolina.
Every South Carolinian should feel seen and heard — and at the Human Rights Campaign event in Charleston, I made a promise that I intend to keep: When I’m in Washington, I will fight for the rights of all South Carolinians.
Finally, we ended the month in Charleston with the first of what will be many town halls across the state. South Carolinians have felt left behind for too long, and on this campaign we intend to listen to their concerns and their problems, and make a promise of a brighter future.