ABOUT SC WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

Speaking of elections…. Due to safety concerns during the coronavirus pandemic, all registered South Carolina voters are able to vote absentee for the June 9 Primary election. The deadline for applying online or by mail is next week (June 4th). So act now, because election day is right around the corner!

Yes! Respond now. Remember to count everyone who lived in your home on April 1st. The results will provide a snapshot of our nation—who we are, where we live and so much more. .​ Read Lauren Wilkie’s article on the importance of completing the 2020 Census, copyright F-Suite 2020. 

 

 

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Don’t forget to #vote on Tuesday! If you’re unable to go to your polling place, you can still apply for an #absenteeballot today. But Friday is the absolutely last day. Read more about primaries & how to absentee vote: https://bit.ly/36ZerfX #scwomenlead #scvotes #scprimaries

Our #wcw today is the more than 250 women running for elected office in SC right now! More woman than ever before yet we remain 45th nationally in female representation. We celebrate the women who have accepted the challenge of running. Next step? VOTE! https://scwomenlead.net/current-candidates/

There’s still time to register for 3 sessions of SpringBoard 2020: Virtual Conference on boards.

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From attendees:
“I am inspired to serve.”🌠
“I will move forward”✨

#ServeSC
#EngenderDemocracy

Big thanks to @BankofAmerica

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As the Covid-19 pandemic rages, many of us have learned to work virtually, engaging in teleconferencing and staying glued to our digital devices. The U.S. Supreme Court has done likewise. On May 4, because of the pandemic, the high court

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9 hours ago

SCWomenLead

As women, we’ve spent years (just about 100, to be precise) trying to get our voices heard. While we continue to struggle to gain equal footing in business and government, we now exceed our male counterparts at the ballot box with about 55% of the total vote nationally. So next Tuesday, so let’s get out there and VOTE!

If you’re unable to go to your polling place, you can still apply for an absentee ballot today, for ANY reason. But Friday is the absolutely last day.

Read more about the primaries and how to absentee vote in this week’s newsletter: bit.ly/36ZerfX

#scwomenlead #scwomeninleadership #engenderdemocracy #fairvoting #reducepolarization #fillthepipeline #scwil #womenleaders #womeninbusiness #womeninpolitics #womeninleadership #voting #absenteevoting #scvotes #primaryelections #scprimaries
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As women, we’ve spent years (just about 100, to be precise) trying to get our voices heard. While we continue to struggle to gain equal footing in business and government, we now exceed our male counterparts at the ballot box with about 55% of the total vote nationally. So next Tuesday, so lets get out there and VOTE!
 
If you’re unable to go to your polling place, you can still apply for an absentee ballot today, for ANY reason. But Friday is the absolutely last day.
 
Read more about the primaries and how to absentee vote in this weeks newsletter: https://bit.ly/36ZerfX

#scwomenlead #scwomeninleadership #engenderdemocracy #fairvoting #reducepolarization #fillthepipeline #scwil #womenleaders #womeninbusiness #womeninpolitics #womeninleadership #voting #absenteevoting #scvotes #primaryelections #scprimaries

1 day ago

SCWomenLead

Our #wcw today is the more than 250 women running for elected office in SC right now! More woman than ever before yet the Palmetto State remains 45th nationally in female representation.

We celebrate the bold women who have accepted the challenge of running. Next step? VOTE Tuesday.

Meet our SC candidates: scwomenlead.net/current-candidates/

#scvotes #WomenInOffice #womeninpolitics #EngenderDemocracy #scwomenlead #scwomeninleadership
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1 week ago

SCWomenLead

More women than ever (ever!) are running for elected office in South Carolina. Not all will win, but many will 👟👟 and that’s a good thing for decision-making in our State. South Carolina ranks 45th in the nation for female representation in its state legislature at 16.5% women vs 29.1% nationwide.

Let’s talk about it. Read more here: bit.ly/2X8mCTG

#SCWomenLead #EngenderDemocracy
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More women than ever (ever!) are running for elected office in South Carolina. Not all will win, but many will 👟👟 and that’s a good thing for decision-making in our State. South Carolina ranks 45th in the nation for female representation in its state legislature at 16.5% women vs 29.1% nationwide. 

Lets talk about it. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2X8mCTG

#SCWomenLead #EngenderDemocracy

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See the list of all the women running on the SCWomenLead site: scwomenlead.net/current-candidates/ We're adding their contact information as they share it with us.

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