Let me begin by my offering my heartfelt condolences and words of encouragement to the family and friends of Walter Scott, Jr. I know that words are simply not enough to help you as you face the one year anniversary of his death, but please know that my family and I are praying for your continued healing.
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I would like to take this time to wish all of you a very happy and joyous Easter. During this time, we should all take a moment to reflect on our lives and the many blessings that we have. We should consider the sacrifices that have been made on our behalf. Let us all go forward and strive to be the inspiration and bright light in someone else’s life. Let us all feel renewed and refreshed, knowing what has been done for us.
Be safe and enjoy.
With Love and Peace,
Senator Marlon Kimpson
Charleston, South Carolina – On Monday, March 21, 2016, State Senator Marlon Kimpson officially filed for re-election to the Senate District 42 seat. Kimpson is currently serving in his first term after winning a special election in 2013.
Since his election, Kimpson has championed legislation including, but not limited to, police body-worn cameras, removal of the Confederate flag from the State House grounds, and juvenile expungement, all Senate bills that have been signed into law during his tenure. Kimpson also helped secure over $10 million for the African-American museum in Charleston and $275,000 for community policing programs for the City of North Charleston. Read more ›