Dorchester County, S.C. - Last night, Dorchester County Republican Party Chairman Steven Wright launched his campaign for re-election at a well-attended event with over 100 people in attendance. The gathering took place at the Summerville Country Club, and several prominent Republican officials and politicians spoke at the event.
County Councilman Bill Hearn and Harriet Holman, State Senator Sean Bennett, and State Representative Chris Murphy were among the speakers who offered their support for Steven Wright's campaign. The atmosphere was electric as the speakers praised Wright's leadership bringing the party back to relevance, and urged the audience to support him.
During his speech, Steven Wright urged everyone to attend the upcoming reorganization meetings in March, where they can become delegates and participate in the upcoming County Convention scheduled for April 15th. He emphasized the importance of having active and engaged delegates who will help shape the future of the Republican Party in Dorchester County.
Despite having no official challenger yet, Steven Wright made it clear that he would be running a full campaign as the rules allow an opponent to file against him on the convention floor in April. He encouraged his supporters to stay active and involved in the upcoming reorganization meetings to ensure that the Republican Party in Dorchester County remains strong and vibrant.
The event was well received by attendees, who expressed their excitement about the upcoming campaign and the future of the Republican Party in Dorchester County. With the reorganization meetings and the County Convention fast approaching, it remains to be seen if anyone will step up to challenge Steven Wright. Nonetheless, one thing is certain: the Republican Party in Dorchester County is gearing up for an exciting and dynamic election season.