South Carolina

The South Carolina Libertarian Party Has Growth Spurt

Map of Organized Counties in the South Carolina Libertarian Party

On August 19, 2017, the South Carolina Libertarian Party added Aiken, Beaufort, Colleton, Florence, Jasper, Laurens, Sumter and York to its list of Organized Counties.

South Carolina Libertarian Party Condemns Greenville County Sheriff’s Department

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COLUMBIA, South Carolina (August 6, 2017) – In a unanimous vote, the South Carolina Libertarian Party during their monthly meeting on Saturday adopted a resolution that “condemns the Greenville County Sheriff and his office for failing to act swiftly and justly in the matter involving the recent execution of a family pet on private property under the Color of Law.”

Lee County Libertarian Chastises His School Board

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An open letter to the residents and school board of Lee County, SC,

I attended the school board meeting on Monday, July 24th at 3:30 PM. There are a few things worthy of note before I proceed to my primary concern. The meeting was scheduled to begin at 3:30. The chairwoman, Ms. Sanya Moses, was at least 20 minutes late to the meeting, two other board members were not present, and the superintendent was also absent. Ms. Valerie Haywood and Mrs. Queenie Boyd were absent with no explanation.

SCLP To Organize More Counties

Political Organization

The Libertarian Party of South Carolina has set aside August 19, 2017 to organize the counties that were not organized on April 22, 2017.

The following legal ad was placed in The State newspaper:

The Libertarian Party of South Carolina will hold County organization conventions at Noon on August 19th in front of the county court house of each county FOR THOSE COUNTIES NOT ORGANIZED ON APRIL 22, 2017. Please contact the South Carolina Libertarian Party at 803-788-2226 for more information. This notice was ordered by Stewart Flood, Chairman.

Libertarian Reviews South Carolina's Medical Marijuana Bills

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Comparison of S.212 and H.3128 (medical marijuana bills)

By Laird Minor of Greenville County

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