It’s time someone was willing to do the right thing in Washington. The right thing for the country and the right thing for the citizens of the new Seventh District of South Carolina.
Gloria Bromell Tinubu is uniquely qualified to be our Congressional representative.
As the Myrtle Beach Sun News wrote:
Tinubu reveals a deep understanding of issues and a good ability to prioritize. Her laserlike focus on public education as a path to success and her obvious heart for the district’s rural communities distinguish her as a strong champion for local residents who need that support. Her emphasis on rural issues – in a district that is mostly rural – is remarkably well developed and involves much more than simply throwing money at a problem. Instead, she advocates common sense and useful solutions.
Gloria Bromell Tinubu has been endorsed by:
- Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr.
- SC Democratic Party Chairman Dick Harpootlian
- Congressman James E. Clyburn
- Don & Carol Fowler
- Mary Owens
- Governor Richard Riley
- Mayor Steve Benjamin
- Minority Leader Harry Ott
- Senator Brad Hutto
- Senator Gerald Malloy
- Senator Glenn Reese
- Senator John L. Scott, Jr.
- Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter
- Representative Joe Neal
- Representative James E. Smith
- General Jim Lander
- South Carolina Democratic Women’s Council
- National Women’s Political Caucus
- Women’s Campaign Fund
- SC New Democrats
- Sun News Editorial Board
- NOW (National Organization for Women)
- USW (United Steel Workers)
- Working Family Party
Gloria Bromell Tinubu is a native of Georgetown County, South Carolina. She has 34 years of experience as an applied economist and community leader.
She is currently running for Congress in South Carolina’s 7th District and serving as a teaching associate in the College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina.