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Matthews for US Senate 2022

Krystle Matthews is one tough mother.

“I'm running for the US Senate because I've seen the dangers of failed government and toxic politics that rob our most vulnerable communities of their power. I've seen politicians sell out our communities and support acts aiming to strip away our voting rights. Our campaign will invest in creating the infrastructure that will put the power back into the hands of the people. We are building a political infrastructure that will serve the people long after our campaign has ended. Lastly, we’ve seen expensive campaigns come and go leaving no infrastructure behind to help Democrats win. Here's what our campaign will do:

● We will recruit and train volunteer leaders to organize their own communities.

● We will provide opportunities for the next generation of political operatives to gain experience and knowledge in running effective campaigns.

● We will establish a new donor network of Black and Brown South Carolinians.

● We will establish the “South Carolina Blue Table” composed of community groups from every nook and cranny of our state, aimed at turning South Carolina blue in 2022 and beyond.”

Matthews for US Senate 2022

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Palmetto State for Matthews

When Krystle wins, she'll be the first female US Senator from South Carolina. Get involved and help Krystle break that glass ceiling.


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A Voice for the People

Matthews believes that working families are the backbone of our state. She was inspired to run for office in 2018 because she believed that people who look like her and come from backgrounds like hers are often affected the most and heard the least. At the Statehouse, she has been a champion for women and girls, veteran’s issues, economic development, and infrastructure. She currently holds leadership positions on several subcommittees, including the House medical affairs committee and House management and organization committee. Matthews has a history of leading on day one. When she gets to the US Senate it will be no different.

It’s time to send a real, working-class South Carolinian to D.C. to get the job done.

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