Editor: Friends and neighbors, it’s time to “Think, Oconee!”
Editor: For the first time in years, we have a contested, competitive election for S.C. House District 2. Democrat Jody Gaulin is challenging Republican Bill Sandifer, who has been in office for 24 years.
We have to expect that people will want to vacation here. But no one expects a constantly rotating crowd of characters having five-day blow-out parties next door.
Editor: Democrat Mary Geren is running in the Nov. 6 midterm election for U.S. Congress from South Carolina District 3 against incumbent Rep. Jeff Duncan.
Oconee County is fortunate to have Bill Sandifer representing us in the S.C. House.
Editor: I am an unabashed supporter of Jody Gaulin as our District 2 State House representative.
Editor: Since it’s October and Halloween is not too far away, maybe someone could use a good laugh. Here’s something for you.
After 24 years of representation in the S.C. House from a career politician, I am voting for Jody Gaulin for S.C. House District 2.
Editor: In a recent interview with the conservative news website “The Daily Caller,” President Trump suggested protesting should be illegal.
Editor: Thanks to the League of Women Voters for hosting the recent forum with the candidates for S.C. District 2 in Seneca.
Editor: Whether or not you think that everyone should have basic health insurance, it is important to get the facts straight about the “Medicare for all” (MFA) proposal.
Democratic candidate Jody Gaulin is challenging incumbent Rep. Bill Sandifer for the S.C. House District 2 seat in the Nov. 6 midterm election.
I have lived in Oconee County for 27 years, and 15 of those years in Seneca.
Is Medicare for all the best solution for health care reform?