Mia for Senate
Thursday, October 13, 2016

Conservation Voters of SC Endorse Mia McLeod for SD 22

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                      October 13, 2016 CONTACT: Trav Robertson             803.238.5320 info@miaforsenate.com trav@water-spider.com CONSERVATION VOTERS OF SC ENDORSE MIA MCLEOD FOR SD 22 “…because of your commitment to conservation and your work to ensure clean air, clean water, and healthy communities….” Columbia, SC—Today, the Conservation Voters of South Carolina voted to endorse Mia McLeod in her bid to succeed Read more [...]
Monday, August 29, 2016

Stand with me today…

Representative Mia McLeod’s Remarks August 29, 2016 Subject: Recreation Commission This morning, I delivered the following remarks and thought you might want to read them: "Good Morning….. Thank you for joining us at one of Richland County Recreation Commission’s shining examples of what we can do right….The Adult Activity Center. I’ve called this press conference today, not only as a member of the Richland County Legislative Delegation that appoints members of the County Read more [...]
Thursday, June 30, 2016

I’m counting on you…

It's that time again! The deadline for our Quarterly campaign disclosure report is quickly approaching. Over the past 3 months, many of you have already contributed, but want to do more. Some of you intended to Read more [...]
Wednesday, June 29, 2016

H.O.P.E. and Leadership…

Yesterday, the political landscape of South Carolina changed significantly, in ways that are unprecedented. Four incumbent Senators in the upstate were defeated in runoff elections and the voters of House District 79 chose their democrat nominee in a runoff. With two extremely capable candidates vying for the seat, it was undoubtedly a very spirited race. Dr. Elkins should be commended for her efforts and willingness to serve the people of House District 79, just as she serves the parents, Read more [...]
Friday, June 17, 2016

The “new” normal

One year ago today, nine beautiful souls were gunned down in cold blood as they studied God's Word together at Mother Emanuel in Charleston. With heavy hearts, we came together in the spirit of Christian love, compassion and forgiveness, tinged with unspeakable heartbreak, devastation and grief. Countless prayer vigils, marches, memorial tributes and moments of silence were held in remembrance of those who were slain and by His grace, we were finally able to bring the Confederate Flag down. But Read more [...]