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  Beasley, David
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NameDavid Beasley
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Darlington, South Carolina , United States
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Born February 26, 1957 (62 years)
Contributor*crickets chirp*
Last ModifedIndyGeorgia
Jun 24, 2019 08:02pm
Tags Conservative - Anti-Gay Marriage - Pro-Tort Reform - Married - Southern Baptist -
InfoEntered the Republican Primary for US Senate on Feb 5, 2004.

Official Campaign Biography

Lamar High School, 1975; Univ. of S. C. School of Law, 1983; attended Capitol Page School, Washington, D. C., 1975; Clemson Univ. Microbiology, 1976-78; studied at the Intl. Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, and in Theology and Law at the European Summer Program of the Simon Greenleaf School of Law; m. Mary Wood Payne, 3 children, Mary Hunter, Sarah Catherine, and David, Jr.; Chm., House Educ. and Public Works Com., 1989-90; Chm., S. C. Mining Council, 1985-86; Majority Leader, 1987-88; Chm., Joint Legis. Com. on Educ., 1987-; V. C., Joint Legis. Com. on Children, 1987-; mem.; Bd. of Trustees, Univ. of S. C., 1990-91; Bd. of Trustees, Francis Marion Coll., 1988-91; prev. serv. in House 1979-91; Speaker Pro Tempore, Jan. 10, 1991-92; elected Governor on Nov. 8, 1994.

Beasley was only 20 years old and in his junior year at Clemson when he ran for the South Carolina House of Representatives.

Beasley served as the youngest Speaker pro tempore and Majority Leader in the nation during his years in the South Carolina House of Representatives - 1979-1992.


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  03/29/2017 WFP Executive Director Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  06/22/2004 SC US Senate - R Runoff Lost 40.78% (-18.44%)
  06/08/2004 SC US Senate - R Primary Won 36.60% (+10.28%)
  11/03/1998 SC Governor Lost 45.21% (-8.03%)
  06/09/1998 SC Governor - R Primary Won 72.18% (+44.36%)
  11/08/1994 SC Governor Won 50.41% (+2.54%)
  08/23/1994 SC Governor - R Runoff Won 57.59% (+15.17%)
  08/09/1994 SC Governor - R Primary Won 47.19% (+15.21%)
  09/11/1991 SC State House 056 - Party Switch Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/06/1990 SC State House 056 Won 99.69% (+99.37%)
ENDORSEMENTS
SC Lt. Governor- R Primary - Jun 08, 2010 R Ken Ard
SC District 01- R Primary - Jun 08, 2010 R Carroll "Tumpy" Campbell, III
SC US President - R Primary - Jan 19, 2008 R Mike Huckabee
SC US Senate - Nov 02, 2004 R Jim DeMint
SC US President - R Primary - Mar 02, 1996 R Robert J. "Bob" Dole