Jeffrey Stringer for Senate District 6

[podcast src=”” height=”360″ width=”100%” placement=”top” theme=”standard”]Jeffrey Stringer is a native of Northern Greenville County and was raised in the Blue Ridge community. After graduating from Blue Ridge High School, he earned a degree in International Studies from the University of South Carolina.

While in college he became heavily involved in Republican campaigns while working in the direct mail and printing department for a political consulting firm. Upon graduation, he was offered a job as Operations Manager for the mail and printing division and worked behind the scenes to help get Republicans elected on the Local, State and Federal level.

In his 6 years following graduation, he saw the Republican majority in the House grow from 10 to 24 and the Republicans gain control of the Senate for the first time in over a century when Sen. Verne Smith of Greer switched parties in 2000.

Since 2004, he has worked with Stringer Resource Group in Greer, which is owned by his uncle, Rep. Tommy Stringer. He has worked with local business owners over the past 15 years designing and administering pension plans to help themselves and their employees better prepare for retirement. In 2008, he was actively involved with the campaign to get Tommy Stringer elected to the State House.

In 2004, Jeffrey married Elise Tyndall of Irmo, SC. Upon Elise’s graduation from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in Columbia, they moved to Greenville. Currently, Elise serves as Pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Greer. Their 2 sons, Tyndall (7) and Jones (4), attend Crestview Elementary School.

After over 2 decades of helping Republicans get elected, Jeffrey decided it was his time to give back to the community that has given so much to him and his family.

Take a minute to listen to my visit with Jeffrey as you gather the information to make an informed decision on who to cast your vote for on January 22nd in the Senate District 6 election.



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