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The South Carolina Education Association


Planned Parenthood


Women in the New South


Progressive Turnout Project


On Tuesday, June 16, 2020, Former U.S. Congressman Joe Cunningham (SC-01) said to Spencer during a Facebook Live conversation that, “Your commitment to the Lowcountry and this area is undeniable. I voted for you because I know you’re going to be an effective voice up in Columbia. You have the tools, resources, and experience that will serve this area well up in Columbia.”

Former U.S. CongressmanJoe Cunningham


“The races where the rubber meets the road are the State House and State Senate races. We need to make sure that Spencer wins this race. We need to do all that we can. Spencer thank you for stepping up.”

Chairman of the Democratic National CommitteeJaime Harrison

CHARLESTON, S.C. (April 14, 2010) Petty Officer 1st Class Ed Garcia, left, Sailor of the Year for the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Pickney (DDG 91) and Chief Petty Officer Ryan Romes present Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr. with a flag that was flown aboard Pickney. The Sailors are participating in Charleston Navy Week, one of 20 Navy Weeks planned across America in 2010. Navy Weeks are designed to show Americans the investment they have made in their Navy and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Lucy M. Quinn/Released)

“I am excited to endorse someone who can be a shining light for the Lowcountry in Columbia. Spencer Wetmore has the experience, leadership, and heart to fight for our residents and deliver results. I’ve known Spencer for many years. She was born and raised in Charleston and has dedicated her life to service as a former solicitor and now as a city administrator. She has a proven record of getting things done.”

Former Charleston MayorJoe Riley


“Spencer Wetmore has the experience to represent SC House 115 starting day one and she will be a force in the legislature.”

South Carolina RepresentativeMandy Powers Norrell


“Spencer is a proven leader with a strong progressive voice. Now more than ever we need her leadership in Columbia. It is extremely important that we have more Democrats in the State House. Her win would also flip control of the Charleston County legislative delegation from red to blue.”

South Carolina State SenatorMarlon Kimpson


“Spencer Wetmore has earned my full endorsement for SC House District 115. She is dedicated to serving the Lowcountry, and has the experience and skills to be an incredible representative. At this critical time, we don’t need to repeat mistakes and have Democratic hopes dashed yet again in November. Spencer is our best candidate for a win and November flip, she is proven and is ready to lead the call for change.”

South Carolina RepresentativeLeon Stavrinakis


“In a time of so much uncertainty, we need to elect leaders we can trust. You can count on Spencer to do the right thing, stand up for our shared values, and get things done for the people of the Lowcountry.”

South Carolina RepresentativeTodd Rutherford


“The South Carolina House needs more strong, committed, independent-thinking women like Spencer. We need her in Columbia helping to make a positive difference. Change will only come if we vote for it.”

South Carolina RepresentativeGilda Cobb-Hunter


Former South Carolina RepresentativeBakari Sellers


“Spencer’s work for Folly Beach will be a critical experience for her in the State House.  She has a great ability to get things done.”

Folly Beach MayorTim Goodwin


“Spencer Wetmore is the right choice for District 115. Her deep roots in the community and her dedication to Folly Beach have shown how she is a leader who cares about the people, and is willing to do whatever it takes to serve. I am proud to endorse her for State House District 115.”

Community LeaderCubby Wilder


“Spencer is a thoughtful, compassionate and family oriented person who listens to, engages with and advocates for all people. She seeks out new ideas and different perspectives, weighs the alternatives, considers possible outcomes and develops reasonable positions. She’s approachable and engaged, and genuinely committed to governing well.”

Folly Beach Council MemberTeresa Marshall


“Spencer has worked with the community on initiatives like lowering the speed limit, Folly Family Fun Night, and environmental education. I know she will work for families and community in the State House just as she has at Folly.”

Folly Beach Council MemberAmy Ray


“Spencer is a strong candidate. She is the best candidate going forward into the general election. She has the experience to be an effective leader for our community in the SC House of Representatives.”

Folly Beach Council MemberDJ Rich


“Spencer is the team builder who helps us solve problems, find consensus, and move forward. She’s just what we need in Columbia.”

Folly Beach Council MemberBill Farley


“Spencer has done an incredible job as our City Administrator. She fights for Folly every single day.”

Folly Beach Council MemberLaurie Hull


“Spencer shares our strong progressive values and knows what it will take to win the General Election in November. It’s time for the next generation of female leadership in Columbia so let’s keep Spencer in the State House.”

Former Charleston County Democratic Party ChairBrady Quirk-Garvan


“I give my full endorsement to Spencer Wetmore. As the former Chair of the CCDP, I understand the importance of electing leaders with the experience and skills to deliver results.”

Former Charleston County Democratic Party ChairRichard Hricik


“Spencer Wetmore is someone who understands the importance of supporting local governments and working with the community to deliver results. SC House 115 deserves someone who will fight for them in Columbia and I have no doubt that Spencer is the right person for the job.”

Charleston City Council District 11 MemberRoss Appel