Beaufort, SC, March 12, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Sea Islands Regional Chapter of the Young Democrats of South Carolina is proud to announce the launch of their new website, located at www.youngdemssi.org.
The new site features a variety of resources that can help young people across Colleton, Hampton, Jasper, and Beaufort Counties improve the health and welfare of their local communities through peaceful reform and effective government. For example, it provides information on how young people can register to vote or obtain absentee ballots. This includes specific information for young people who are disabled, in the military, or speak Spanish.
The new site also provides a platform for young democrats to make their voices heard on contemporary political, economic, social, and environmental issues across the Lowcountry. For example, its blog will allow young people to share their perspectives on issues impacting their local communities.
“Our goal was to provide young people in the Sea Islands Region with a user-friendly site that is easy to navigate and localized to meet their needs,” said Michael Edward Walsh, the Region Chair of YDSC | Sea Islands Region. “That is why we did a complete redesign of not only the site but also of our brand. We wanted to present young people across Colleton, Hampton, Jasper, and Beaufort Counties with more than just a website. We wanted to provide them with a shared identity.”
About Young Democrats of South Carolina (YDSC)
The Young Democrats of South Carolina is the governing body of all affiliated county, caucus, advocacy group, young voter, and college/university Democratic organizations within the State of South Carolina. Our parent organization is the Young Democrats of America, but YDSC often works with the South Carolina Democratic Party (SCDP) and the College Democrats of South Carolina (CDSC) to reach our Party’s and organizations’ mutual goals.YDSC works aggressively to encourage voters under the age of 40 to actively participate in the democratic process and in Democratic Party politics by educating young voters on the core values and principles of the Democratic Party. Our mission is to unite and educate the lives, minds, and practices of youth voters and serve collectively as the political youth voice of South Carolina.YDSC is committed to growing voter turnout from ages 18-39, to general Democratic Party development, and youth civic involvement at the county, state, and national levels.