Remember When — September 1999
by By Karen Kissiah
Mickey Sullivan, left, passes out buttons and voting information at an anti-video poker rally held in Ruby last week. The Sept. 7 meeting drew more than 350 people, and was the first public recognition given to Chesterfield County’s chapter of Changing South Carolina, a group that originated out of Rock Hill to oppose the presence of video poker gambling. Available for attendees were voter registration forms, absentee ballots, and promotional items that allowed people to get their “Vote No” message to the rest of the public. — This was published Thursday, Sept. 16, 1999, in The Cheraw Chronicle.
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