GREENVILLE, SC — The Republican Liberty Caucus of South Carolina state board of directors unanimously approved a charter application to launch the RLCSC’s newest local chapter — the Greater Greenville Chapter.

RLCGreenville-logoChairing the new local chapter is liberty activist Joshua Cook. Cook is well-known as the owner of The Greenville Post and also is a contributor to BenSwann.com. In addition, he has extensive management experience in the business world and brings a wealth of talent to the table on behalf of the Republican Liberty Caucus.

“I’m very excited about the new Republican Liberty Caucus chapter in Greenville County,” Cook says. “RLC Greenville will be an action-oriented organization dedicated to informing and engaging our community while encouraging our neighbors to take action to promote liberty.”

Cook goes on to promise that the Greenville Chapter will “empower Greenville voters by providing straightforward action items each month.”

This year, the Greenville Chapter’s focus will be with promoting policies that increase take home pay by lowering local taxes, allow the private sector to create jobs by removing the obstacles facing small business owners, and put the control of children’s education back in the hands of parents.

Cook takes the helm of a newly realigned upstate region which has grown so rapidly that it is now necessary to have both a Greater Greenville and Greater Spartanburg chapter.

The Greater Greenville Chapter will initially organize RLC members residing in Greenville, Laurens, Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee Counties while the Greater Spartanburg Chapter will organize members living in Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee Counties.

Evan Mulch, who has been chairman of the Upstate Chapter will continue to lead the Greater Spartanburg local chapter.

The RLCSC anticipates additional local chapters being formed in other parts of the state over the coming months as the organization continues to experience rapid growth across South Carolina.

Learn more at www.RLCGreenville.org. Also, like the Greenville chapter’s Facebook page and donate to the Greenville chapter to help it hit the ground running.

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