Senate District 22 can elect a dedicated, experienced and proven leader with a record of accomplishments who understands public education, is conversant with local and state government, is sensitive to business and expanded job opportunities, is informed about infrastructure needs and comprehends medical and health insurance issues.
Susan Brill has worked full time for seven years as a Richland County Council member and 10 years on the Richland 2 School Board, where she has demonstrated a keen ability to listen to and work with parents, students, colleagues and constituents.
Brill’s opponent has achieved little after six years as a state representative. From 2013 through 2016, not one of the general bills Mia McLeod sponsored became law; she did gain passage of eight resolutions, including recognition of a sports team, a funeral home and her sorority and church. And now she wants to be a senator.
Given her dismal record of attendance and accomplishment in the House of Representatives, part-timer McLeod now wishes to become a senator?
Vote for Susan Brill as our new full-time senator.