This week, Scott Slatton (@ScottMuniSC) shared a series of tweets live from a House Education and Public Works committee meeting where members voted out the utility relocation bill.
Last week, the legislative team and lots of local officials' Twitter posts included live reports from sessions at Hometown Legislative Action Day and the Municipal Elected Officials Institute advocacy class.
Councilmember Jenn Hulehan (@Jenn4ward3) from Simpsonville kept her constituents on top of everything she learned with tweets from a State House tour and other HLAD sessions.
|One of the take-aways from the MEO Institute advocacy class|
Cayce Mayor Elise Partin (@elisepartin), president of the Municipal Association, made sure to keep her constituents stayed informed about what was happening during Hometown Legislative Action Day with lots of retweets from panel sessions, the MEO Institute graduation and Agriculture Commissioner Hugh Weathers' (@HughWeathers) lunch speech.
Each week, the Association's legislative report, From the Dome to Your Dome, is shared frequently through the Association's and the lobbyists' Twitter accounts. With more than 5,000 followers between these four accounts, local officials, legislators, reporters, hometown residents, business leaders and partner organizations all over the state have the benefit of staying on top of issues important to cities and towns.
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