The Laurens County Republican Party held their Convention at the Laurens Courthouse with record attendance on Saturday, April 13. At the convention, held every two years, the group of delegates from the county’s 34 precincts come together to elect County level executives to lead the group.
Elected to lead the organization was longtime conservative and Clinton resident, Brenda Stewart. Stewart, a well-known community leader and Republican volunteer, ran on increasing membership and young voter participation, working with elected officials, supporting Republican candidates, and promoting a conservative agenda.
Record attendance at this year’s convention was a ringing endorsement of Stewart’s plans for the future of the Laurens County Republican Party.
“I’m humbled by the support I’ve received,” said Chairman Stewart. “We put together a great team and I’m looking forward to working with them to grow the Laurens County Republican Party.”
Reports reflect that 28 of 34 precincts were organized and over 121 people signed up to be delegates to the county convention. These numbers reflect a 600% increase over the convention in 2017.
For more information about the LC GOP please contact Brenda Stewart at 864-449-7700 or [email protected].