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July Newsletter: Council Meeting Next Monday

Check out the recap below to see what you missed at the June Regular Council Meeting July 16, 2015 Friends, Our next regularly schedule council meeting is next Monday, July 20 at 3:30 pm for committee meetings and 5:30 pm for full council. Last month’s meeting was packed with information, so I wanted to send […]

Discharge of Firearms in Subdivisions – I need your feedback

I need your perspective! Your Voice, Your Vote – Issue Alert As you have probably heard, Spartanburg County Council is creating a citizen advisory committee to study whether a new ordinance is needed to regulate the discharge of firearms in subdivisions (likely based on how densely populated the area is). Council will meet on 6/15/15 […]

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May 31, 2015 Friends, Over the last 5 months, I have been learning about the process of serving on county council and how the decisions that we make on council impact county departments, outside agencies, and our residents. I was lucky to be able to spend the year prior to joining council to learn and […]

Spartanburg Herald-Journal: Fresh faces will alter dynamics of County Council

Felicia Kitzmiller at the Herald-Journal sat down with Councilmen-elect Bob Walker and myself to discuss our approach to the issues that will be coming before county council in the coming months: Spartanburg County residents voted for change, ousting two incumbents in favor of divergent candidates sure to alter the dynamics of council. “We’ve had a […]

Spartanburg Herald-Journal: Bradley defeats Mintz for Spartanburg County Council

Felicia Kitzmiller at the Spartanburg Herald-Journal reports on our victory: Political newcomer Justin Bradley defeated two-term incumbent O’Neal Mintz on Tuesday night to win the Spartanburg County Council District 2 seat. Bradley garnered 1,980 votes (51 percent) to Mintz’s 1,902 votes (49 percent). Mintz, 68, a small business owner, said he was stunned by the […]

Spartanburg Herald-Journal: District 2: Bradley stresses reform if elected to Spartanburg County Council

The Spartanburg Herald-Journal profiled our race for County Council District 2. I encourage you to read both my profile below and the profile of my opponent, which you can access here. Be informed and engaged, and I hope to earn your vote! From Felicia Kitzmiller at the Herald-Journal: Justin Bradley wants to win election to Spartanburg […]

Spartanburg Herald-Journal: GOP candidate forum brings out voters

I enjoyed attending the forum hosted by the Spartanburg County GOP this evening and answering tough questions from voters in Spartanburg County. Unfortunately, my opponent chose not to attend the event and defend his record to his constituents.  Elected officials or candidates offering themselves up for public service should never pass up an opportunity to […]

The Stroller: ‘Reform’

Justin provided comments that were published in the Stroller column today regarding his position on the state gas tax: Justin Bradley, candidate for Spartanburg County Council District 2, has been keeping up with recent Stroller readers’ comments on the gasoline tax, and he’s siding with the crowd arguing against an increase. “Our roads and infrastructure […]