637b141d-a42e-4dcd-80f0-e77498000549Justin Bradley is a lifelong resident of District 2. Justin and his wife, Faith, are proud to call the Boiling Springs community home, where they live with their two children, Madelyn and Reagan. Justin attended school in District Two and graduated from Boiling Springs High School . Faith and Justin met at their church, Evangel Cathedral in Spartanburg, where they were married. Today, they are members of Evangel and actively involved in the congregation.

Justin received a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (concentrations in Business, Government Studies, and Psychology) from the University of South Carolina – Upstate. He left Spartanburg County for a short time to attend the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he graduated and earned his law degree. Justin is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and Spartanburg County Bar Association.

In college, Justin Bradley was involved in local politics, restarting and serving as the 17128_876598015409_325904239392402783_npresident of the College Republicans group at U.S.C. Upstate and vice-chairman of the Spartanburg Young Republicans. He was a member of the USC Upstate chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, and involved in student government. He has served as Precint President in the Spartanburg County GOP and as a delegate to the county and state GOP Conventions.

During law school, Justin served as a law clerk in the SC Governor’s policy office on issues related to the budget and education. Justin began working in the legal department of a consumer financial services company in the Upstate during law school and joined the company as corporate counsel following graduation. His primary role with the company is ensuring compliance with the regulatory burdens placed on the business at the local, state, and federal level.

Justin began his first term representing District 2 on Spartanburg County Council in January 2015. Justin currently serves as chairman of the Public Health and Human Services committee and is a member of the Land Use and Public Works committees. Justin also represents Spartanburg County Council on the board of the Appalachian Council of Governments and the Spartanburg Area Transportation Study.