Marisa Sherard, left, Phyllis Ivers, middle, and Nancy McLaurin, volunteers with the Beaufort County Democratic party, discuss the filing system at their newly opened office on Carteret Street in Beaufort on Thursday morning.  The Republican party has plans to open three offices by the end of the month, one each in Beaufort, Bluffton and on Hilton Head Island but have not announced their locations yet.
Marisa Sherard, left, Phyllis Ivers, middle, and Nancy McLaurin, volunteers with the Beaufort County Democratic party, discuss the filing system at their newly opened office on Carteret Street in Beaufort on Thursday morning. The Republican party has plans to open three offices by the end of the month, one each in Beaufort, Bluffton and on Hilton Head Island but have not announced their locations yet. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette
Marisa Sherard, left, Phyllis Ivers, middle, and Nancy McLaurin, volunteers with the Beaufort County Democratic party, discuss the filing system at their newly opened office on Carteret Street in Beaufort on Thursday morning. The Republican party has plans to open three offices by the end of the month, one each in Beaufort, Bluffton and on Hilton Head Island but have not announced their locations yet. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette

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