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October 25, 2021

The latest Trafalgar poll indicates that the gubernatorial contest between Youngkin (R/48.4%) and McAuliffe (D/47.5%) is a dead heat as it enters the home stretch. A Youngkin victory will bode well for the 2022 midterm elections when Republicans must take back Congress. It will also serve as a rebuttal to the radical Democrats’ takeover of local school boards and state power. Between now and November 2nd, we need to do as much as we can to help with Youngkin’s campaign. The RNC/VAGOP are calling on conservatives in South Carolina to help make phone calls in support of Youngkin. If you are interested, please reach out to Mark Bonnoitt, SCGOP Political Director, and he will help you set up on the phone bank system. If you can’t make phone calls, you can always donate to Youngkin’s campaign. 


October 25, 2021

Currently, 5 parallel redistricting battles in South Carolina are heating up: State House, State Senate, Congressional District, Beaufort County Council and Hilton Head Town council. Democrats and their liberal allies including the Women League of Voters are well prepared to fight the war at every level. I will send a more detailed email updating you all about the situation in a few days. Please note that Beaufort County is hosting a public informational meeting on redistricting next Wednesday, October 27th, 6pm, at USCB Beaufort Theatre. County level redistricting will not only determine council seats but also school districts. I encourage you to attend the hearing.

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October 25, 2021

On Friday, October 29, 2021 at 10:00 am, the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County will conduct a public test of the Ballot Marking and Ballot Scanning devices for the November 2, 2021 Elections. If you want to understand how the ES&S voting systems work, please attend the session. I encourage you to prepare a list of questions ahead of time. The public test will be conducted at the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County office, located at 15 John Galt Road, Beaufort, SC 29906.

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October 25, 2021

Early in-person voting is still ongoing. A few voters have reported ballot marking device problems when the “No” vote turned into “Yes” before printing the paper ballot card. Jerry observed similar problems in Georgetown. For those who have not voted but plan to, please check your ballot card (that’s your paper ballot) and read the plain English before you insert the card in the scanner/tabulator to make sure the printout reflects your vote. If the printout says one “Yes” and one “No,” please inform the poll clerk. The proper procedure is for the poll clerk to spoil your ballot card and give you another blank one to vote again. If you experience any problems, please let Kevin know. He has been in contact with SCGOP, which has been in contact with the SEC.


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