Clover School Board Voting Petition
We, the undersigned, respectfully request the York County Legislative Delegation pass legislation to change the method of voting for the Clover School Board Trustees. The current method allows every voter in the Clover area to vote for all the school board trustees, despite them not living in and being represented by that trustee's district.This is a contradiction of the one-man-one-vote concept. The method has been in place for 30 years. Only those voters living in the trustee's geographic district should be able to vote for said trustee.
At the April 2021 monthly luncheon, the Club recognized the tremendous leadership and commitment of our past president Rozalynn Federline. Rozalynn led the club with grace and style even during the toughest year of all, 2020. Under her leadership, the Club grew in size, provided scholarship money to worthy recipients in need, and help numerous events. Rosalynn's outgoing personality, hard work and commitment to the Republican Party has no bounds. We are forever grateful to have her as a member of our club.
Founded in 1984, The Clover/Lake Wylie Republican Women focus on helping educate the electorate on the issues and candidates through monthly meetings, hosting candidates, and special events.
The luncheon, held at the River Hills Country Club at One County Club Drive in Lake Wylie, is open to the public, both men and women. Visitors and those interested in joining the CLWRW are invited. Our luncheon is generally held on the last Friday of each month unless otherwise published.
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