With the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary the third nationally in 2020, Democratic stronghold Orangeburg County is a popular place for candidates and potential candidates.
Coverage during 2019 included a CNN town hall featuring Sen. Cory Booker, endorsement of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio by Orangeburg Mayor Michael Butler during a de Blasio visit, a forum on student debt featuring Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Betty Henderson’s Elected Officials and Candidates Cook-Off, and the Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice.
- Gene Zaleski
Former Texas U.S. Rep. and Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke visited South Carolina State University's campus Friday afternoon, …
DENMARK – Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke held a town hall event at Voorhees College on Saturday afternoon, discussing issues ra…
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris said she came to Orangeburg County on Saturday to listen.
Nearly 500 students walked into Oliver C. Dawson Stadium as undergraduates and left as alumni of South Carolina State University on Friday evening.
- CHRISTOPHER HUFF T&D Staff Writer
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders made stops in Orangeburg and Denmark on Saturday to discuss educational and environmenta…
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he’s received a lot of inspiration from Orangeburg.
“I think we are in the battle for the soul of this nation,” 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden told more than 200 crowd members …
Marianne Williamson is back on the campaign trail, and like many other 2020 Democratic presidential candidates that trail has led her to Orangeburg.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she’s working with Congressman Jim Clyburn to help students with the burden of co…
Three of the Democratic presidential candidates gathered in Orangeburg to share a similar message: Limit President Trump to one term.
ORANGEBURG – Six 2020 Democratic presidential candidates took the stage Friday night, answering questions and engaging with audience members a…
- Martha Rose Brown
“The road to the White House starts in Orangeburg,” Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar said Saturday.