SC Green Party governor candidate visits Charleston
June 28, 2010 in State Wide Elections
Reeves said he would push toward establishing high speed rail between the state’s major cities, an ethanol plant that would convert sweet potatoes into fuel, and luring a manufacturer of hydrogen cars.
WCSC Channel 5 also covered Reeves’ visit:
One of Reeves’ top issues is education reform to help children succeed in the future. He said he wants a major overhaul of the current system, putting kids in school year-round with four breaks during the school year.
“The year-round school will eliminate a lot of children going into the streets, becoming gang members, and going to jail,” Reeves said.