Greg Duckworth | District 104 Representative in the SC House
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Greg Duckworth

WORKING FOR DISTRICT 104

District 104 is located in a beautiful corner of South Carolina; we are all lucky to call this area of the Grand Strand home. Greg Duckworth is working with the rest of the Grand Strand state delegates in Columbia to improve our quality of life, protect and promote our resources, and bring prosperity to all our citizens.

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Greg Duckworth

WORKING FOR DISTRICT 104

District 104 is located in a beautiful corner of South Carolina; we are all lucky to call this area of the Grand Strand home. Greg Duckworth is working with the rest of the Grand Strand state delegates in Columbia to improve our quality of life, protect and promote our resources, and bring prosperity to all our citizens.

About Greg

Born and raised in West Virginia, Greg grew up an army brat. His mother was a teacher, and his father was a war hero. As an Eagle Scout, Greg developed a deep appreciation for the great outdoors, and by choice, many of his summer jobs involved working outside. When it came time to choose a career, he chose Landscape Architecture because he felt it best supported his views of stewardship to the land. Greg graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University’s College of Agriculture and Forestry, and in 1992, he founded a successful small business in our community.

He is presently serving in his freshman term as your representative; Greg was a three-term City Councilman for the City of North Myrtle Beach and chose not to run again; his final term ended in November of 2013.

Greg is a devoted family man, a husband and father to two sons who both went on to become Eagle Scouts themselves. In his spare time, Greg enjoys swimming, cycling, camping, and hiking; he has completed many marathons and ultra-endurance cross-country mountain bike races. Greg served as Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 888 in North Myrtle Beach.

Greg believes in community service, common-sense conservatism, and the value of hard work. He knows that success requires grit, guts, and determination, and that working hard for our community means soliciting and listening to the input and ideas of all its citizens. Once Greg puts his mind to a goal, he will work hard to make it happen, and he has a proven record of consensus building. Greg’s core beliefs are derived from common sense, Christian morality, and patriotism.

· Strong marriages and families
· Honoring our commitments
· A fundamental right to life at all stages
· Second amendment rights
· Protecting veteran’s benefits
· A right-to-work state
· Home rule for cities and towns
· Replacing Obamacare
· Promoting our hospitality and tourism industries
· Tort reform to reduce malpractice suits in the medical industry
· Raising our intellectual capital
· Supporting economic platforms that diversify our economy
· Higher-paying, long-term jobs
· Protecting quality-of-life for our coastal residents and farmers
· A sustainable roads bill and SCDOT reform
· Continuing to support our interstate 73 and 74 initiatives
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About Greg

Born and raised in West Virginia, Greg grew up an army brat. His mother was a teacher, and his father was a war hero. As an Eagle Scout, Greg developed a deep appreciation for the great outdoors, and by choice, many of his summer jobs involved working outside. When it came time to choose a career, he chose Landscape Architecture because he felt it best supported his views of stewardship to the land. Greg graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University’s College of Agriculture and Forestry, and in 1992, he founded a successful small business in our community. He is presently serving in his freshman term as your representative; Greg was a three-term City Councilman for the City of North Myrtle Beach and chose not to run again; his final term ended in November of 2013.

Greg is a devoted family man, a proud husband and father to two sons who both went on to become Eagle Scouts themselves. In his spare time, Greg enjoys swimming, cycling, camping, and hiking; he has completed many marathons and ultra-endurance cross-country mountain bike races. Greg served as Boy Scouts Troop 888 leader in North Myrtle Beach, and he is NRA Certified Marksman.

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