Senator Floyd Nicholson is a proud life-long resident of Greenwood, South Carolina.
Answering a call to public service, he ran to represent his neighbors— first as Mayor, then as a member of the South Carolina General Assembly.
His steady leadership and strong community ties make him an effective voice for the people of District 10.
Floyd's extensive knowledge of the legislative process and strong relationships on both sides of the aisle have proven valuable tools in securing vital funding and passing bills that help folks back home.
The people of Greenwood, Abbeville, McCormick, and Saluda deserve the very best representation, and Senator Floyd Nicholson has proven they can rely on him to get the job done.
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"It is an honor to serve the people of Greenwood, McCormick, Saluda, and Abbeville in the South Carolina Senate. There's still much work to be done, and I'd be honored to have your support to continue our fight"
- Floyd Nicholson
WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
South Carolina's students and teachers deserve the very best. It's time to fully fund our schools and rise to the top of our Nation's rankings.
Soaring drug prices and other healthcare costs are preventing South Carolinians from getting the care they need. We must work to lower costs and expand accessibility.
South Carolina is a great place to start a business and raise a family. Senator Nicholson wants to ensure small business owners can thrive and build our local economy.