South Carolina Democratic Party Announces H Code Will Co-Host After-Party for Presidential Debate

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Event will feature diverse Democratic leaders across the state including Mayor of Columbia Stephen Benjamin and others

The South Carolina Democratic Party (SCDP) and H Code announced today they will host an after party following the 10th Democratic Presidential Debate in Charleston on Tuesday, February 25th. The event will celebrate the strength of growing a diverse electorate and honor Democratic leaders across the state, including Columbia Mayor and former President of the US Conference of Mayors, Steve Benjamin.

“We’re pleased to host such an inspiring group of Democratic leaders who are working tirelessly to better our community and the country,” said Trav Robertson, Chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party. “We look forward to honoring several members of our community for their leadership here in South Carolina. We’re grateful for our partners at H Code, who are generously sponsoring the event, as our organizations share a similar mission to bring more diverse voices to the forefront of positive change in this next election.”

In addition to Steve Benjamin, other leaders in attendance will include Antjuan Seawright, CEO of Blueprint Strategy; Mayra Rivera Vazquez, Beaufort County Democratic Party chair; Elizabeth Rivera, Newberry County executive committeewoman; Representative Krystle Matthews; and SCDP Hispanic Caucus chairs, Evelyn Lugo and Elias Valentin II. H Code will be recognizing these guests of honor with the Changemakers in Democratic Diversity award for their impact on the Palmetto State and their leadership in ensuring that diversity and inclusion are top values across South Carolina. H Code’s work as a change agent during the 2020 election season has brought education and awareness of the influential U.S. Hispanic community, and this award highlights prominent community leaders who are doing the same.

“We’re proud to be supporting The South Carolina Democratic Party in recognizing these esteemed Democratic leaders,” said Maylin De Leon, Director Of Brand Development, H Code. “It’s crucial that our country’s leaders reflect the incredible diversity seen within US citizens, and these honorees have all made major strides to affect change in their community.”

The party will be held at Elévé Rooftop and Bar located at the top of the Bohemian Grand Hotel in Downtown Charleston and will be attended by more than 400 Democratic activists and elected officials. Attendees will hear from party officials, who will congratulate our honorees and discuss South Carolina Democrats’ important role in selecting the Party’s Presidential nominee.

“H Code was founded to underscore the importance of diverse audiences and elevate the voices and influence that stem from these communities,” said Parker Morse, CEO and Founder, H Code. “We’re happy to be working with the SCDP to celebrate the progress being made in our shared mission.”

H Code is the leading source of digital influence among the U.S. Hispanic community.

About H Code
Founded in 2015, H Code is the largest Hispanic digital media company in the U.S. The company was formed to better connect brands and advertisers with U.S. Hispanics online across all channels. It reaches this coveted audience at scale through digital and integrated campaigns that bring together targetable data, exclusive inventory, impactful creative, branded content, and more. Through H Code, brands can more effectively reach and influence Hispanics than with any other partner in the Hispanic market. Key clients include Disney Theatrical, Toyota, General Mills, Target, Walmart, Delta Air Lines, Chase, Kaiser Permanente, Clorox, Sprint, and USPS.

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