Islanders Benefit from Representative Bradley’s Ethics, Effectiveness and Growing Seniority

Growing Respect

Jeff Bradley has achieved top marks for his legislative work in the South Carolina General Assembly, and as his seniority grows, his impact and ability to benefit our region does as well. Now in his 6th year, Bradley has earned admiration from our Governor Henry McMaster as well as Speaker of the House Jay Lucas who recently named him to head a key COVID-19 committee to help get small businesses and non-profit organizations back on their feet. State Senator Tom Davis says, “Jeff Bradley has become a critical part of our County’s legislative delegation. His dedication to and skill in advancing our area’s interests at the state level cannot be overstated.”


“Nobody works harder for the residents of Hilton Head and Daufuskie than my friend and colleague Jeff Bradley! I’ve seen it firsthand.”
– Henry McMaster, Governor of South Carolina

Better Education, Healthier Environment

Bradley has been a prime mover in upgrading statewide educational standards and elevating teacher salaries while cutting waste and overhead. He has championed South Carolina’s technical college and vocational training programs which have become a model for other states around the nation. He was selected as 2017-2018 “Legislator of the Year” for Charter Schools and was endorsed in this primary by the South Carolina Education Association despite his opponent having spent a career in the field of education administration.

The Conservation Voters of South Carolina were among the first major organizations to pledge their support to Bradley because of his unflinching stance to protect our coastline and waterways. They praised his stand against offshore drilling. They applauded his efforts to help local communities find solutions to plastic pollution and his protection of the state’s land conservation bank.


“When I ask Jeff to find information, move an agenda or make a special contact, he is consistently quick and reliable.”
– David Ames, HHI Town Council

Conservative Family Values

A 41 year HHI resident and local businessman, Bradley has served on numerous local boards including the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry and currently The Cypress Retirement Community. He was co-founder of GED Camp Hilton Head which assists non high school graduates achieve a GED diploma. Jeff met his wife Anne in high school and they have been together ever since, celebrating their 40th anniversary last month. They are parents of two grown sons, both graduates of West Point, and grown daughter, a graduate of USC.

Serving Our Community

Bradley’s esteem among his colleagues in Columbia is largely for his skill in advocating for reducing policies that impede the South Carolina economy, but behind the scenes work on the part of local constituents is considerable. He was instrumental in securing sustained funding for the Mitchelville Preservation Project. Countless millions of dollars were saved for South Carolina homeowners due to Bradley’s persistent property rights advocacy while spearheading legislation to protect property rights from government overreach of regulations imposed on local oceanfront property owners.

Erickson, Bradley and Herbkersman


Governor Henry McMaster
Lt. Governor Pamela Evette
Speaker of the House Jay Lucas
Rep. Bill Herbkersman (Bluffton)
Rep. Weston Newton (Bluffton)
Rep. Shannon Erickson (Beaufort)
Former State Senator Scott Richardson
HHI County Councilman Stu Rodman
HHI Councilman David Ames
HHI Councilman Mark Grant
South Carolina Conservation Voters
National Rifle Association
South Carolina Citizens for Life
South Carolina Education Association
South Carolina Realtors Association
Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors
Hilton Head Area Home Builders Association