Four YDSC leaders and 15 Democrats under 40 were elected as National Delegates or Alternates at the South Carolina Democratic Party convention Saturday in Columbia. Nearly 25 percent of all Delegates and Alternates elected at the convention were under the age of 40, and the SCDP's stated goal of four Delegates under 30 well surpassed.
Four YDSC leaders were elected as delegates Saturday. Second Vice President Jeni Atchley of Ladson (1st District) and YDA Black Caucus Chair Randy Ra Shad Gaines of Aiken (2nd District) were elected as Bernie Sanders delegates from their districts. National Committeewoman Lauren Bilton of Columbia (2nd District) was elected as a Hillary Clinton delegate, and President Bryanta Maxwell was elected as a Party Leader/Elected Official delegate for Sanders.
Several SCDP officers under 40 were also elected as delegates: Charleston County chairman Brady Quirk-Garvan (1st District), and Richland County First Vice Chairwoman Alycia Albergottie (both 6th District) were elected as Congressional Delegates for Clinton. Greenwood County Third Vice Chairwoman Eryan Cooper (3rd District) was elected as a Congressional Delegate for Sanders. Lexington County First Vice Chairman Anthony Thompson of Columbia was elected as an At-Large Delegate for Clinton.
Roy Willey IV of Charleston (6th District) was elected as a Clinton delegate, and Michele Horne of Rock Hill (5th District) was elected as a Sanders delegate.
Wayne Borders of Columbia was elected as a Sanders At-Large Delegate, and Carlton Boyd of Columbia was elected as a Sanders At-Large Alternate. Jessica Bright of Walterboro, Chris McCurry of West Columbia, and Kenny Oubre of Mount Pleasant were elected At-Large Delegates for Clinton.
Updated to reflect the full results and to add names missed earlier.