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Show and Tell your Legislator: Welcome

SCLA, SCASL, and FOSCL Library Advocacy Campaign 2020

Call for Participation

Please join the South Carolina Library Association, the South Carolina Association for School Librarians, and the Friends of South Carolina Libraries in the 2020 library advocacy campaign, Show and Tell your Legislators.
Participation is welcomed until National Legislative Day 2021. 

  • Submit a narrative and photo of your library via the below form

  • Submissions do not need to hold a membership to any professional organization. 

  • A book for each district will be created from the submissions. Each book will be open access, freely downloadable and CC-BY-NC-ND. View each book as they are being built via the District Books Tab.

  • Each book will be printed and given to district-specific Federal Legislators at National Library Legislative Day 2021 in Washington D.C. by SCLA and SCASL advocates.

  • Don't want to submit via the Google Form? You may email your narrative and photo to Virginia -

District Counties

District Counties
District 1 Beaufort, Berkley, Charleston
District 2 Aiken, Barnwell, Lexington, Orangeburg, Richland
District 3 Abbeville, Anderson, Clemson, Easley, Edgefield, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, Pickens, Saluda
District 4 Greenville, Greer, Spartanburg
District 5 Camden, Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield Kershaw, Lancaster, Lee, Newberry, Rockhill, Sumter, Union, York
District 6 Allendale, Bamberg, Berkley, Calhoun, Colleton, Columbia, Dorchester, Clarendon, Hampton, Jasper, Kingstree, Lake City, Orangeburg, Sumter, Walterboro, Williamsburg
District 7 Conway, Cheraw, Chesterfield, Georgetown, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Hartsville, Horry, Marion, Marlboro, Myrtle Beach, Mullins 

* Some district lines fall in between counties. If your county is listed in two districts, you will need to look at a map to decide which is your district. If you are uncertain, you can also let Virginia look into it up for you.

Interactive Participation Map