Hilton, who attended Pinckney Elementary, Cario Middle, and Academic Magnet High schools, said he is “seeking to represent his community and protect the Lowcountry way of life.” He said this includes guaranteeing beach access and parking, transitioning to renewable energy, improving K-12 education and beyond, and keeping students in the state after graduation.
“I am running because my community has given so much to me and I believe it is time to give back,” Hilton said. “I believe that we can all agree on about 85% of issues and if we put our differences aside, then we can make substantial progress on that 85%. I want to use data and human compassion to mold the future of District 112 and the state side-by-side with residents.”
For more information on Stephen Hilton, visit his campaign website at www.hiltonforstate.com.
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