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Dropped Senate bid; endorses Jaime Harrison

Gloria Bromell Tinubu has ended her bid for the U.S. Senate. Bromell Tinubu, of Georgetown, on Wednesday dropped out of the race for Senate, endorsing Jaime Harrison's campaign and giving him what appears to be a clear path to the Democratic Party's nomination.
Source: The State e-zine on 2020 South Carolina Senate race , Jan 15, 2020

Leadership by serving others & personal responsibility

"I've made a career of serving others, and I want to take that leadership to D.C. I believe in servant leadership, personal responsibility and core principles. I fought for this country and now I want to fight for New Hampshire," Bolduc said. "The most important lesson I learned in the military is working with others, empowering people and working on community-based solutions." Bolduc has a simple approach: fix the broken leadership in Congress and work with President Donald Trump.
Source: American Military News on 2020 New Hampshire Senate race , Jul 19, 2019

2018 Lt. Gov. candidate; 2012 & 2014 House candidate

Phil Noble, a Democratic candidate for South Carolina governor, named Gloria Bromell Tinubu as his running mate pick for lieutenant governor, touting the decision as an opportunity to take the Palmetto State in a radically different direction. The pick allows Noble, a white businessman from Charleston, to diversify his ticket with an African-American woman.

"We're here to make history for a new South Carolina, a new way of dealing with things, a new sense of honesty and openness, a new sense of caring for those who haven't been cared for," Noble said.

Tinubu, 65, is not new to electoral politics. Born in Plantersville, the Georgetown resident represented Atlanta in the Georgia General Assembly before moving back to her native South Carolina.

She ran for Congress twice [in 2012 and 2014] against U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, R-Myrtle Beach, winning the Democratic nomination both times but falling short in the general election.

Source: Post and Courier on 2020 South Carolina Senatorial race , Mar 20, 2017

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