Greenville City Council candidate Lindsey Jacobs says everybody needs a seat at the table as Greenville grows

Lindsey Jacobs says all city residents need to have representation in city hall. That’s why she says she’s running for Greenville City Council.

Incumbent Greenville County Schools board members will keep their seats

Six school board members were re-elected, with only three of the races contested, and one newcomer from a special election for Area 21, which was vacated by board member Dana Rohleder in August.

2 candidates file for Greenville County Schools board of trustees seat

Three candidates are vying for the Area 21 seat on the Greenville County Schools’ board of trustees after board member Danna Rohleder vacated it on Aug. 8.

9 candidates file for 6 seats on Greenville County Schools board of trustees

The 12 board seats have staggered election years with six seats opening every two years.

Meet the primary candidates: What you need to know before heading to the polls on Tuesday, June 12

Greenville County voters will go to the polls Tuesday for primaries to decide the Republican or Democratic nominees in nine local and state races. In many cases, the winner of the primary will likely win that office since no other candidates filed to run for the seat. They’ll also decide which of a long grocery list of candidates will appear on the ballot in November to replace U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy.

Op-Ed: Phil Noble: Why I am running for governor

I am running for governor because I believe our state government is so mired in corruption, one-party politics, and dark money that it cannot do what is right by our people.

Op-Ed: John Warren is the right choice for SC governor

Not long ago, the terms “Republican” and “conservative” were interchangeable in South Carolina.

Who’s running?: A candidate filing roundup

In what is shaping up to be a rollercoaster of a campaign season, the candidates for local political offices have all filed, and the timelines are set.

Op-Ed: Moving Beyond Outrage

by Bob Inglis Recently 200 former members of Congress, Republicans and Democrats,…

Greenville attorney Herlong makes AG bid official

Greenville attorney William Herlong made his run for South Carolina Attorney General official Monday morning at the Statehouse in Columbia.

120 voters turned away from polls last month — here’s why

If you plan to vote in this November’s city council contests, you’re going to want to read this.

Graham: U.S. must “punish Russia” for election interference

“Russia didn’t change the outcome of the election but they sure as hell tried.”

Banker and City Council candidate Matt Cotner says growth must be tailored to address individual communities’ needs

Greenville City Council candidate Matt Cotner is focused on the city’s future.

Lillian Brock Flemming touts record, ability to get things done

Lillian Brock Flemming knows as a single vote on a seven-member City Council, she can’t accomplish much by herself. But her ability to work with residents, fellow councilmembers and the private sector has allowed the veteran council member to get things accomplished. She’s running for another term as District 2 representative.

New Winthrop Poll shows more South Carolinians disapprove of Trump

After a tumultuous first month in the White House, it seems that President Donald J. Trump has become less popular among South Carolinians.