Jason Elliott

State Represenative | R - District 22

In office 4 years

How to contact Jason:

Email: [email protected]

Personal Number: (864) 201-8228

Office Number: (803) 212-6877

 

 





 

 

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How does Jason vote?

OPEN CARRY WITH PERMISSION (H.3094 - 2021)

Voted YES

Decriminalized “Open Carry” of a handgun only for those that have a Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP). Dangerous infringements were added at the last-minute without a recorded vote. As a result, local governments now have unprecedented power to restrict “Open Carry” of both handguns and long guns on public property. State courts will send more of our personal information to SLED and the FBI – including the information of those not convicted of a crime.

PAY RAISE FOR POLITICIANS (H.3786 - 2021)

Voted YES

A bill that gives control of statewide politicians' salaries (Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorney General, Comptroller, and Secretary of Education) to a handful of very powerful, corrupt state legislators - inlcuding Corrupt Hugh Leatherman.

PRO-CORRUPTION BILL (H.3605 - 2021)

Voted YES

A bill that eliminates the budget transparency law (SC Code 11-11-90). Allows state legislators to now legally use the secretive process that has led to massive corruption and State House money laundering schemes where friends, family and business partners of state legislators make money on our backs.

ILLEGAL STATE BUDGET (H.4100 - 2021)

Voted YES

Every year state legislators break the budget transparency law (SC Code 11-11-90). They do not hold "joint, open meetings" where the public can participate and decide how their money gets spent. This secretive process has led to massive corruption and State House money laundering schemes where friends, family and business partners of state legislators make money on our backs.

"CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION" (H.3205 - 2021)

Voted YES

A bill to call for an Article V Convention (Constitutional Convention) in order to re-write sections of the Constitution of the United States. If passed, state legislators - including Liberal Jay Lucas and Corrupt Hugh Leatherman - will decide who represents South Carolina at such a Convention.

"PERMIT-LESS" CARRY BILL (H.3096 - 2021)

Voted YES

A bill that would restore your gun rights by decriminalizing the open carry of a handgun, making a Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP) optional, and recognizing CWP holders from every other state – also known as “permit-less” carry.

CORONAVIRUS CORRUPTION (H.3707 - 2021)

Voted YES

A bill to send an extra $60 MILLION to the notoriously corrupt and incompetent Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) to “combat” the Chinese coronavirus – including PPE, vaccines, etc.

DATA WAREHOUSE VOTE (2019)

Voted YES

A bill to fund a “creepy” data warehouse - database to track your kids and grandkids from pre-school through college and determine what kind of career they can – and can’t – have.

TAX GIVEAWAY TO LIBERAL BILLIONAIRE OWNER OF NFL PANTHERS (H.4243 - 2019)

Voted YES

While we pay the highest income taxes in the Southeast, this bill gave massive tax breaks to the liberal billionaire owner of NFL Panthers. Shortly after the vote, state politicians also agreed to build him a brand-new $80 million road leading to his practice field. The trend continues: massive tax-breaks and unfair giveaways to out-of-state corporations, small businesses continue to pay high taxes.

GAS TAX HIKE (H.3516 - 2017)

Voted YES

The largest gas tax hike in state history. Years later, we’re paying more at the pump, but legislators are still funneling our money to their pet projects and our roads are still crumbling. Legislators and the Governor appoint and control SCDOT. Regardless of how they voted on the gas tax hike, your state politicians are responsible for the condition of your roads


Who are some of Jason's top donors?

  • SC Chamber PAC
    • Lobbyist group for the Chamber of Commerce

 

  • Republican House Caucus Campaign Account
    • Group representing Republicans in the State House and works to get incumbent Republicans re-elected

 

  • Duke Energy Corporation PAC
    • Lobbyist group for Duke Energy

 

  • Lockheed Martin
    • D.C.-based defense contractor

 

  • Merck Sharp and Dohme Corp.
    • Large pharmaceutical company

 

  • Carolinas Ready Mixed Concrete Association SC PAC
    • Lobbyist group for concrete companies

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How does Jason make a living?

Disclosed Sources of Income

  • Jason Elliott Law Firm
    • Specializes in Family Law
  • SC House of Representatives

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