Run for State Representative in SC

Election Date: Jun 11, 2024
Filing Deadline: Apr 1, 2024

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Election Details

  • Office level: state
  • Length of term: 2 years
  • Commitment level: Part Time
  • Affiliation: partisan
  • Typical salary: $10,400/year + $140 per diem
  • Filing period: Mar 16, 2024 - Apr 1, 2024
  • Positions:
    District 1
    District 1
    District 1
    District 2
    District 2

Job description

State Representatives are members of the state's lower chamber, as part of the state's bicameral legislature. State representatives are responsible for voting on: bills related to public policy matters, levels for state spending, raises or decreases in taxes, and whether to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes.

Eligibility requirements

At least 21 years old, US citizen, state resident, registered voter, legal resident of the district at the time of filing

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