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STREAMING NOW: Reeves and Whitley

STREAMING NOW: Reeves and Whitley

The City Hall debate between candidates challenging Greenville mayor Allen Thomas (who would not participate) is now up and available for anytime viewing right here at the Guardian, along with four other sessions between candidates seeking seats on city council. Just scroll down that page to the debate you want to view, click the arrow–and get your politics on! […]


Tonight and Tomorrow: Smith vs. Barrow on GPAT

Questioners Keith Cooper of the Benevolence Corps converses with former city councilor and Guardian election correspondent Dennis Mitchell prior to last week's debate (photo: Jake Postma)

Last Saturday’s debate between district 1 city council incumbent Kandie Smith and challenger Patrice Barrow will be broadcast in its entirety several times this weekend on GPAT-TV 23. The session, the first in a series of debates among candidates for city council, runs just over an hour. It airs Friday at 7 and 11 p.m., and […]


Whitley Challenges Thomas for Mayor

Whitley Challenges Thomas for Mayor

by Lisa Ellison Guardian editor Update 7/17, 10:21 a.m.: Lifelong resident and long-time Greenville political activist Donna Whitley has joined the 2015 mayor’s race, and will oppose two-term incumbent Allen Thomas in November’s election. Whitley has long advocated for “smart growth” policies and been a major behind-the-scenes player in Greenville politics. Her belief that making […]


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