Representative Henderson Myers Endorses Brandon Brown
Brandon Brown, former Joe Biden Aid, former Senior College Administrator and local businessman is pleased to announce the endorsement of Representative Rosalyn Henderson Myers.
Representative Henderson Myers is an experienced lawyer, community activist, and leader. Currently practicing in the Upstate and across South Carolina, Attorney Henderson Myers has also practiced in Louisiana, Alabama, Florida and Pennsylvania. She is a former Alabama state court judge where she presided over 12, 000 cases involving contracts, small claims, criminal misdemeanors, family law, juvenile law and civil litigation. Representative Henderson Myers served as a corporate attorney in Philadelphia, PA where she represented a major insurance company in an automobile accident and premises liability cases.
Representative Henderson Myers is a graduate of Leadership Spartanburg 2016 and Spartanburg Citizens Academy. She is a member of Spartanburg Chapter of the Links Inc, and past President of Epsilon Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. She sits on the boards of Mobile Meals of Spartanburg, Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Converse College Board of Visitors, and the National Bar Association Board of Governors where she serves as the first South Carolinian to chair the Women Lawyers Division. Other positions in the NBA include past Region IV Director, past Health Law Section Chair, past Affiliate Chapter President and founding President of the Donald James Sampson Bar Association Affiliate Chapter. She is a past Spartanburg District 3 City Councilmember and currently serving as South Carolina House District 31’s Representative.
Brown clearly led the Democratic forum when he talked about legalizing marijuana
Greer, SC - Brandon Brown, Democratic candidate for Congress in South Carolina’s 4th district, exceeds expectations during candidate forum.
Five Democratic Candidates participated in a forum at the University of South Carolina Upstate on Wednesday evening, hosted by the local Democratic Upstate College Chapter.
Brown separated himself from the other candidates by his ability to articulate his campaign platform of putting the people of the 4th Congressional District first. When asked the nationally debated question, about legalizing marijuana, Brown says “Stop making it an issue, treat it like alcohol, legalize it and reduce the number of people behind bars.”
Brown spoke to the importance of addressing the high cost of education, healthcare reform and his position on how we address the criminal justice system.
Brown also discussed the importance of African Americans knowing how to interact with law enforcement agents. He spoke about the incident at Starbucks and how those young men properly handled themselves.
Brown says, “I am committed to putting the people in South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District first. When it comes to jobs, resources and advocacy. I was raised here, I worship here, I work here and I live here. I am fighting for my friends and neighbors and our future.”
Theo Walker Mitchell, a former Senator and first African American gubernatorial candidate endorsed Brandon Brown last week.
When both the Republican and Democratic parties urged Theo Mitchell to run for the General Assembly in 1972, it was a sign that times were changing in South Carolina.
The former Legal Services lawyer chose to run as a Democrat.
On Nov. 7, 1972, he became the first African-American elected to the statehouse since Reconstruction. His background couldn’t have been better: a graduate of Sterling High School, Fisk University, and Howard University Law School, he had been a Greenville attorney and housing activist for years. The following year he was elected to the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce, the first black man to have been honored with the post, and was president of the S.C. Council on Human Rights. Although he was appointed a judge after being re-elected in 1974, he continued his involvement in state politics.
In 1984, he was elected to the State Senate, and in 1990 won the Democratic gubernatorial primary, although he was swamped by Carroll Campbell in the general election.
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Retired Senator Ralph Anderson endorsed Brandon Brown in the campaign for the 4th Congressional District of SC. The District includes Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
Former Representative Brenda Lee endorsed Brandon Brown in the campaign for the 4th Congressional District of SC. The District includes Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
South Carolina Senator Glenn Reese of the 11th District in Spartanburg endorsed Brandon Brown in the campaign for the 4th Congressional District of SC. The District includes Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
Former Biden Aide Fran Person endorsed Brandon Brown in the campaign for the 4th Congressional District of SC.
Former Greenville County Democratic Party Chairperson Andy Arnold, Esq. endorsed Brandon Brown in the campaign for the 4th Congressional District of SC. The District includes Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
Americans need to know the government is not a reality TV show,” Brown said. “We need serious people. We have serious issues.”
Brown’s platform focuses on fixing health care, improving education, and paving the way for more small businesses to flourish in the area. Brown’s family owns a funeral home in the Upstate.
Former Greenville County School Board member and Civil Rights Leader Dr. Grady Butler endorsed Brandon Brown in the campaign for the 4th Congressional District of SC. The District includes Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.
Some of Brown’s top issues are creating new jobs across the district, working to improve the lives of local veterans, increasing research and funding in the medical, cyber-security and infrastructure fields.
Click the picture to learn more about Brandon. The District includes Greenville and Spartanburg