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Gubernatorial candidate Willis speaks to Spartanburg Democrats

April 9, 2018Published by

Gubernatorial candidate Willis speaks to Spartanburg Democrats Spartanburg Herald Journal Elise Franco Democratic gubernatorial candidate Marguerite Willis spoke about her reasons for announcing a running mate at a meeting with the Spartanburg Democratic Party on Monday. Willis, who declared her candidacy on Feb. 1, said during the meeting with the Spartanburg Democrats that she decided… View Article


Marguerite Willis calls Trump ‘worst kind of racist’ in new ad

April 3, 2018Published by

Marguerite Willis calls Trump ‘worst kind of racist’ in new ad Anderson Independent Mail Kirk Brown In a new campaign ad released Tuesday, Democratic candidate for governor Marguerite Willis calls President Donald Trump “the worst kind of racist.” “There’s no doubt in my mind that Donald Trump is a racist. He’s a horrible racist,” said… View Article


Democratic candidate for governor Marguerite Willis names state Sen. John Scott as running mate

March 27, 2018Published by

Democratic candidate for governor Marguerite Willis names state Sen. John Scott as running mate Charleston Post & Courier Jamie Lovegrove March 27, 2018 COLUMBIA — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Marguerite Willis named state Sen. John Scott as her running mate Tuesday, touting a historic opportunity to pair a woman and an African-American on the ticket for… View Article


T&D: Democratic gubernatorial candidates take stage in Orangeburg

March 22, 2018Published by

Democratic gubernatorial candidates take stage in Orangeburg Orangeburg T&D Martha Rose Brown March 22, 2018 The three Democrats seeking to become governor of the Palmetto State were represented in Orangeburg on Thursday night. Phil Noble, a business and technology consultant from Charleston; Marguerite Willis, an attorney from Florence and Rep. James Smith, an attorney from… View Article


Marguerite Willis statement on National School Walkout Day

March 14, 2018Published by

Marguerite Willis released the following statement as students across the nation “walk out” to protest gun violence: “Courage, compassion and resolve comes in all ages. Today, millions of brave, loving and determined students are telling their cities, their states and this nation that we must stop the killing of innocent school children and other victims of senseless… View Article