On the issues
Less government, more freedom
Eliminating burdensome regulations and cutting taxes will make it easier for families and businesses to thrive.
The Second Amendment explicitly states that the God given right to bear arms “shall not be infringed.”
It is imperative that we fix our roads and repair our infrastructure for the safety of motorists and to attract new business.
Biblical and scientific evidence makes it abundantly clear that life begins at conception, no exceptions.
Politicians should be required to disclose their sources of income and personal assets to prevent conflicts of interest.
It’s essential that we enforce the rule of law to ensure the safety and security of South Carolina families.
We must be vigilant to protect our civil liberties and prevent government intrusion into our personal lives.
Marriage is between one man and one woman, and it’s important that we protect the family unit.
Steven Long was raised in Boiling Springs and graduated from Boiling Springs High School, Spartanburg Community College, and USC Upstate. While in high school, Steven earned the Eagle Scout award and founded the Spartanburg Teenage Republicans. In college, he studied business administration and public policy and volunteered with various nonprofits. After working in the industrial hazardous materials industry to pay for college, Steven became an insurance agent and he currently works for the Bright Agency in Spartanburg. Steven is a deacon of Boiling Springs First Baptist Church, President of the Spartanburg North Camp of The Gideons International, and is also a member other community organizations.
Updates from the campaign trail
Steven Long, from Boiling Springs, ousted incumbent Rep. Donna Hicks during Tuesday’s Republican primary election in SC House District 37.
Several pastors and other faith leaders have formed a coalition to support Steven Long for South Carolina House District 37.
Rep. Hicks bragged about supporting key issues important to Democrats and asked Democrats to turn out in the Republican primary
Rep Hicks’ primarily sources of campaign funding are special interests in Columbia and alcohol distributors