Thomas Dixon for Mayor

My name is Thomas Dixon and I am running for mayor of the great city of North Charleston, SC … and I need your help.

In America, we have a system of government that is “of the people, by the people and for the people” … ALL of the people. And we are a nation “with liberty and justice for ALL.” Although North Charleston should not be an exception to this national spirit of unity, unfortunately, it is. For over 20 years, the voice of the poor and disenfranchised of North Charleston has been silenced by an administration that has long-since passed its expiration date. #EnoughIsEnough

And now…it’s time for a change. It’s time to make North Charleston City Hall what it hasn’t been for a very long time, the People’s House…a house for ALL of the people. And that’s what I will do as the next mayor of North Charleston…bring the long-silenced voice of the people of North Charleston to City Hall. When I win, the people of North Charleston and the State of South Carolina will win.

So, I’m asking you for your vote on November 5th of 2019 and for your support between now and the election…your physical “boots on the ground” support and/or your financial support. To volunteer for the campaign, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page.

And to give any amount financially, please donate securely online here (opens new window), or mail a check payable to “Dixon For Mayor” to: PO Box 63142, North Charleston, SC 29419.

NOTE: Individual donations cannot exceed $1,000 during the campaign season (no more than $1,000 per person or organization maximum unless it is from a political party). Donations to political candidates are NOT tax deductible.

Community activist, social justice leader, pastor, organizer, family man and friend, Thomas Dixon has dedicated his life to serving his community.

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