I Filed: SC first time candidates and elected officials need our support

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News about COVID-19 is dominating our attention these days but, despite that fact, or maybe even because of that fact, we must remember that political season is underway. This week a slew of incumbents and first time candidates submitted their names to run for local and regional offices. Unlike the Presidency and other Federal offices, these candidates are vying to be or maintain their seats as the policymakers who will impact our day to day lives on a local and personal level. 

Unfortunately, with restrictions in place for public gatherings and large scale events and volunteers hesitant to canvas and have face-to-face conversations with voters, this will be a particularly challenging campaign season. That is why it is critically important that we pay attention and support candidates who have the best interest of our communities in mind.

How can you support?  Share their ads and social media posts. Write and share your own posts supporting your candidate, volunteer to make phone calls from your home. Donate.  

Now is not the time to disengage from local politics. Now is the time to pay more attention than ever to who we have in local offices.

Send us Your “I Filed” Pictures

If you’ve filed for office and would like us to promote your candidacy to our readers and subscribers, please email us your “I filed” pictures to: info@theminorityeye.com and we will add them to our “I Filed” picture gallery.

Michael Bailey, a trailblazer in the field of photojournalism and a profound political writer, possesses the exceptional ability to distill complex political issues into accessible narratives that resonate with readers of all backgrounds. As the vanguard of the editorial team, Michael not only serves as a new media correspondent but also showcases his distinct talent as a photojournalist. His portfolio is a testament to his expertise in crafting news stories and intimate profiles that vividly portray the cultural, social, economic, and political journeys of minorities, both in South Carolina and beyond. With a rich tapestry of experience spanning media, business, and politics, Michael has emerged as a highly regarded voice and a sought-after commentator, offering invaluable insights into the challenges faced by people of color.

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