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SC-04: William Timmons (R)

SC-04: William Timmons (R)

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About William:
William Timmons is an attorney and entrepreneur living in Greenville. He is the State Senator for District 06 in South Carolina.


In four years with the 13th Circuit Solicitor’s office, he prosecuted crimes including murder, white-collar crime and domestic violence. Concerned that domestic violence victims were not being well-served by the court’s processes, he helped create a centralized DV court for domestic violence cases in Greenville County.


Timmons owns multiple small businesses: Swamp Rabbit CrossFit, Timmons & Company, LLC, and Soul Yoga.

A native of Greenville, Timmons attended George Washington University, where he earned a degree in International Affairs and Political Science, and the University of South Carolina, completing his law degree and at the same time, earning a Masters in International Studies.

A lifelong and active member of Greenville’s Christ Church, Timmons also has served his community as a board member for Pendleton Place for Children and Families, the American Red Cross, the Upstate Heart Ball, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate.


William was recently commissioned as a First Lieutenant in the South Carolina Army National Guard as a JAG Officer. He is currently assigned to the 263rd Army Air Missile Defense Command in Anderson, South Carolina.

The biographical information above was sourced from the campaign website; see link above for more information.

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