Washington’s inside-power game of influence-peddling gives huge campaign contributions to elected officials and deploys legions of lobbyists to write and influence public policies in their interest to the detriment of the public interest. Gloria is not running to serve them. Gloria is running to serve you, the people of South Carolina.
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The 2020 presidential race is already pretty crowded. Now South Carolina’s U.S. Senate race next year is heating up, too.Gloria Bromell Tinubu, a former Democratic candidate for Congress and lieutenant governor, will enter the race against U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-Seneca, on Tuesday. The Georgetown resident will formally kick off her campaign at a State House press conference on Wednesday.
In a beautiful act of trolling, The Trumpster yesterday suggested that the media was rigging the game for Joe Biden, a sentiment I’m sure is shared by many Dems, regardless of voting preference. A WaPo/ABC poll shows that 55% would not vote for The Trumpster in 2020. That’s probably true since the poll was of all adults, not even registered voters.
Gloria Bromell Tinubu wants to get back on the South Carolina ballot. The Georgetown native – she was born in Murrells Inlet — will announce her campaign for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate to challenge Lindsey Graham on Wednesday with three stops across the state including one in Georgetown at 5:30 p.m. at Bethel AME Church.
In South Carolina, where the Democratic electorate is heavily made up of black women, one African American female candidate has a long history of being snubbed by state and national party leaders.
Even now, heading into a presidential election year on the wings of a midterm cycle that catapulted a record number of women into political positions, it’s not looking like that’s going to change.
Former City of Georgetown economic development director Gloria Tinubu is running for a seat on the U.S Senate next year. According to a social media post, Tinubu – a Plantersville native who worked for the city for about a year before resigning in April 2018 – will travel to three cities in South Carolina on Wednesday, May 1, to make her candidacy official. She is running as a Democrat.
The Black Economic Alliance, a nonpartisan group founded by Black executives and business leaders, released results of a nationwide survey focused exclusively on economic priorities for Black Americans.