A Timely New Hometown Option Has Emerged in the Race for President
Independent Presidential Candidate, Jade Simmons, wants South Carolinians to know that she was running on restoration BEFORE the protests began.
By: Operation Restoration 2020
By: Citizens for Jade Simmons
Earlier this year, Charleston native and 2020 Independent Presidential Candidate Jade Simmons launched an unexpected and wholly independent run for President of the United States with her campaign Operation Restoration 2020. Simmons returns to Charleston, Columbia, and Greenville in July for a series of "Meet the Candidate" and "Signature Gathering" events. Even before Covid-19 and the current racial unrest in the nation, Simmons was on a mission to help repair the damage done to the cultural and spiritual fabric of America in this unprecedented age of division. She represents those who feel their faith, their gender, and their race have been held hostage by divisive political parties who have spent more time fighting each other instead of fighting for the American people.
Read her official statement regarding the unrest in America in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. On June 3rd, the Independent Presidential Candidate hosted a virtual rally: From Rioting to Restoration - Solutions Beyond the Prayers and the Protests to speak to the new revolution in our country and the new leadership that is needed.
New leadership unafraid to prioritize race relations and restoration requires new options on the ballot in November. Over the next few months, Simmons and Operation Restoration will be working to get on the ballot in 8 states that do not allow officially registered write-in candidates in South Carolina, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Hawaii, Arkansas, South Dakota, New Mexico, and Nevada. Operation Restoration recently launched its 4 Steps to Petition Success Campaign. Registered voters excited to have another option on their ballot can do the following:
Presidential Candidate Jade Simmons' campaign needs 10,000 petition signatures to secure her seat on the November ballot in South Carolina..
More information on Jade Simmons and the Operation Restoration Movement can be found at www.operationrestoration2020.com. For any media inquiries/requests, please contact marycristin@