Political briefs

May 25, 2014 

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Democrats

Horry County Democratic Party is holding a Democrats are Growing Plant Swap and Giveaway event 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

The event will be held at the HCDP office at 900 Fourth Avenue in Conway. For information call HCDP at 488-4237.

Republicans

•  Georgetown County Republican Women Federated will meet at noon Tuesday at Applewood Restaurant, 14361 Ocean Highway in Pawleys Island. This month’s speakers will be two candidates for County Council District 6, incumbent Bob Anderson and challenger Steve Goggans. Note this meeting is on a Tuesday because of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday.

• Georgetown County Republican Party will hold a meet and greet event 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday to support Stephen Goldfinch, candidate for House District 108. The event will be at 746 Savannah Drive in Pawleys Plantation, Pawleys Island.

RSVP to 235-0463.

• The Myrtle Beach Republican Women will hold their “Freedom Huddle” happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Liberty Steak House at Broadway at the Beach. U.S. Senate candidate Bill Connor and Horry County candidates are expected to speak.

• Georgetown County Republican Party will hold a family barbecue for U.S. Senate candidate Det Bowers.

The event happens 7 p.m. Saturday at the Dover Plantation on Winyah Bay. Bowers is one of the candidates who will challenge Lindsey Graham in the June 10 primary election.

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