General Election: Tuesday, November 5
City Council Elections
Election day for city councils and other municipal offices is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 5. If you are registered to vote, please plan to go to the polls. Not registered to vote? Why not?
The Political Education Committee has screened these candidates and offers these positions on their candidacies:
Greenville City Council, Mayor
- Knox White, Republican, Incumbent, Recommended
Mayor White is running unopposed.
Greenville City Council, District 1 (seat is being vacated by Councilwoman Amy Ryberg-Doyle)
Greenville City Council, At-large
Mauldin City Council, Mayor (Non-Partisan)
- Dennis Raines, Incumbent, Recommended
The committee did not interview the other candidates in this race.
S.C. Builders PAC has contributed to the following candidates:
- Matt Johnson (D), Greenville City Council District 1
- George Fletcher (R)(incumbent), Greenville City Council At-Large
- Dennis Raines (incumbent), City of Mauldin, Mayor
Your Home Builders Association has formed two Political Action Committees that raise money from our members, screen candidates, and make contributions to the campaigns of the candidates. The Political Education Committee members screen the candidates and recommend scores and campaign contributions to the Board of Directors and the PAC Trustees. Their recommendations are based on the candidates’ positions on housing-related issues (party affiliation is not a consideration).
About the Political Education Committee
The Political Education Committee membership is limited to members who have made a $250 or greater contribution to the association’s PACs.
About the PACs
South Carolina Builders PAC is a partnership between the Home Builders Association of South Carolina, Home Builders Association of Greenville, and other local HBAs in South Carolina. Its scope is local, statewide, and legislative races.
BuildPAC is a PAC organized under Federal Election Laws and managed by the National Association of Home Builders. It’s scope is Congressional races. BuildPAC does not take a position on the Presidency.