Jeff Bradley is seeking this fourth (2-year) term as a South Carolina State Representative representing House District 123 (Hilton Head Island & Daufuskie Island).

In making his announcement in March Bradley said he is looking for to continuing to serve “ two of the most unique and special communities in our entire State. It is an honor to serves these two magnificent islands and I also look forward to continuing to champion education improvements across South Carolina as well as critical coastal environmental preservation issue, property rights and tax reform.”

Speaker of the House Jay Lucas said he was “delighted Bradley is seeking re-election. He noted Bradley’s intense pursuit of upgrading the State’s technical college system, as well as regulation and administration procedures that touch nearly every business in South Carolina.

“Jeff has been an integral member of the House over the past six years,”said Lucas. “He is an experienced conservative leader who fights for the priorities of his district.”

In three legislative sessions Bradley has been consistently heralded as a top conservative leader by his peers thanks to his proactive firm stances on protecting the quality of life in this region, property rights, low taxes and economic policies which promote good jobs.

Bradley Held in High Esteem by Colleagues
State Representative Weston Newton, of Bluffton, said Bradley “is a great team member, adding strength and tenure to our Beaufort County Delegation. He is a champion for public education, our real estate community and tourism industry.”

State Representative Shannon Erickson of Beaufort points to Bradley’s seniority and Judiciary Committee work as key to many successes the Beaufort County Delegation has had. She predicted Bradley will be invaluable for our region in the upcoming redistricting process. “Jeff is a watchdog over government red tape and an advocate for our pristine local ecosystem,” said Erickson.

State Senator Tom Davis, who represents the entirety of Beaufort County in the State Senate, says: Jeff Bradley has become a critical art of our County’s legislative delegation. His dedication to and skill in advancing our area’s interests at the State level cannot be overstated.”

Bradley’s current committee assignments include: Judiciary Committee, House Regulations and Administrative Procedures Committee and Joint House and Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Pension Review Committee.

Jeff Bradley (63) has lived in Beaufort County SC for nearly 40 years where he and his wife Anne are residents of Hilton Head Island. The Bradley’s have three adult children (two sons, and a daughter). Both sons are West Point graduates and his daughter is a graduate of The University of South Carolina.

Bradley is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones Financial Services. He manages more than $100 million in client assets and is certified as a Retirement Planning Counselor and Asset Management Administrator. A native of Alabama, Bradley has a bachelors’ degree in Public Administration from the University of North Alabama. He previously served on the Board of Trustees for the Community Foundation of the LowCountry – the largest source of unrestricted philanthropic resources dedicated to the nearby three-county area, with more than $71 million invested over the past 20 years.

Bradley’s community involvement has long been focused on his personal passion for improving education and workforce development. Prior to his election to the State House he was a co-founder of GED Camp Hilton Head, which assists non high school graduates earn their GED, as well co-founder of Know2 Beaufort County, an organization focused on building awareness of the importance of education for both individual and community economic success.

He has strongly advocated School Choice and charter schools. Environmental stewardship has been another staunch interest as evidenced by his unflinching stance against off-shore drilling and passionate defense of the state’s Conservation Land Bank and pursuit of local community governance of plastic pollution.

Bradley has also been instrumental in securing sustained funding for the Mitchelville Preservation Project.