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Booker Campaign Press Release - Cory Booker Announces Fifteen New Endorsements In South Carolina

August 08, 2019

Columbia, SC — Following Cory Booker's ninth trip to South Carolina, which included a major speech about gun violence, hatred, and white supremacy at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, as well as standing room-only events in Charleston, Conway, Florence and Lake City, Cory for South Carolina is proud to announce a new round of endorsements from elected officials, business owners, and community leaders, adding to a growing list of South Carolinians supporting Cory for president.

Cory expressed his gratitude to the new endorsers saying, "I am so appreciative of these leaders for showing their public support for our campaign and the message we are sharing with people in South Carolina and all across America. Together, we will unite our country to beat Donald Trump and build a more fair and just country for everyone. We'll get there by continuing to build this campaign brick by brick -- and these South Carolinians are helping us do just that."

The newly announced endorsers are:

  • Reverend James C. Brown, Community Leader
  • Doris Coaxum, Retired Educator
  • Lydia Cotton, Community Leader
  • Demetrius Chatman, Councilman, Winnsboro, SC
  • Terrence Culbreath, Mayor, Johnston, SC
  • Bridgett DeLine, Community Leader
  • Latonya Gamble, President, Eastside Community Development Corporation
  • Jen Gibson, Community Leader
  • Erika V. Harrison, Esq, Community Leader
  • Jacquetta Jones, Retired Summary Court Judge
  • William Killian, Councilman, Chester, SC
  • Samuel E. Murray, Mayor, Port Royal SC
  • William E, Richburg, Community Leader, Sumter, SC
  • Shaterica Neal, Councilwoman, Gray Court, SC
  • Frank Nicholson, Mayor Pro-Tem, Johnston, SC

Cory Booker has held 58 public events in South Carolina since announcing his candidacy for president in February.

Cory Booker, Booker Campaign Press Release - Cory Booker Announces Fifteen New Endorsements In South Carolina Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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