We need a voice – we need someone who shows up, stands up, and fights for our future!
I’m mandy kimmons
In 2014, I began managing juvenile prosecutions for Orangeburg and Calhoun counties. This gave me further opportunity to see the struggles our youth face on a daily basis and to see some of the issues going on in our schools. In 2015, I entered private practice handling primarily domestic cases.
For undergrad, I attended the University of South Carolina where I studied Political Science and Spanish. While at the University of South Carolina, I earned the award for Outstanding Senior in Political Science. I joined Phi Beta Kappa and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars while attending college. Shortly after graduating in 2005, I completed an international language emergence program in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Why Choose Me
As a former prosecutor, I have seen the worst in people — criminals, drug addicts, and sexual abusers. I have also seen those who live in a system that is too broken to help those people plagued with mental illness, neglected children, and those who need a helping hand.
Our system in Columbia is broken at many levels, and it is forcing us to focus on seeking indictments of corrupt legislators instead of seeking real solutions for our problems. Quite simply, that needs to change.