Congressman Clyburn endorses Devine for Columbia mayor

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Congressman James Clyburn endorses Mayoral Candidate Tameika Isaac Devine to be the next mayor to lead Columbia.

This endorsement comes less than 30 days before election day on November 2nd. Since announcing her candidacy in February, Tameika Isaac Devine has secured numerous endorsements from key political leaders throughout the state of South Carolina such as Representative Wendy Brawley, Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter, City Councilman Howard Duvall, Representative Jermaine Johnson, Representative John King, Senator Mia Mcleod, Former Senator Kay Patterson, and Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles.

Just recently Devine for Mayor campaign also announced an endorsement of at least 18 Neighborhood Community Leaders throughout the city of Columbia, including the current president of Columbia Council of Neighborhoods, John Black, and past presidents Tige Watts, and James McComb.

Early in her campaign, Tameika announced Women for Devine, a group of more than 150 women who are supporting her campaign to make history as Columbia’s first woman mayor. Councilwoman Devine has also been endorsed by several national political action committees such as Emily’s List, Democracy for America, Collective PAC, Democratic Municipal Officials, VoteProChoice, VoteMama, Elect Black Women PAC, and Run Sister Run PAC

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