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Michael L. Fair

Republican — Senator — District 6
Available Terms:
  • 119
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016

Michael L. Fair represents Senate District 6 in the South Carolina Senate, is a member of four committees, and is the primary sponsor of 497 bills.

1996 2449.0
2000 15800.0
2002 8300.0
2004 33310.7
2006 11710.37
2008 69678.41
2010 30925.0
2012 88849.12

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Columbia Address:

    211 Gressette Bldg.Columbia 29201
    Phone: 803-212-6420

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • S 1281

    A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Article 4 To Chapter 101, Title 59 So As To Enact The "Disciplinary Procedure Due Process Act"; To Define Necessary Terms; To Establish The Requirements Of A Proceeding, To Enumerate The Rights Of A Student Who Is Subject To A Proceeding, To Establish Standards For The Disclosure Of Evidence Relating To The Proceeding, To Require Written Statements Entered As Evidence To Be Notarized, To Prohibit Certain Documents From Being Used As Evidence Without The Consent Of Both Parties, To Allow For The Informal Disposition Of A Proceeding In Certain Circumstances, To Prohibit Irrelevant, Immaterial, Or Unduly Repetitive Evidence From Being Admitted, To Apply The Standards For Privilege Of The State To A Party In A Proceeding, To Allow The Submission Of Evidence In Written Form In Certain Circumstances, To Require A Record Of The Proceeding Be Made And To Enumerate The Required Contents Of The Record, To Allow A Party To Request A Recording Of The Proceeding For Transcription, To Require The Presiding Person To Be Impartial, To Establish Standards For The Presiding Person To Make A Decision, To Require An Institution To Provide A Student The Internal Appeals Procedure If The Decision Of The Institution Is Adverse To The Student, To Allow The Student Or Institution To Appeal To The Circuit Court Or Administrative Law Court, To Establish A Presumption Of Nonviolation For The Student And The Burden Of Proof For The Institution, To Require Any Punishment To Be Reasonable And Proportionate To The Violation, To Allow The Circuit Court Or Administrative Law Court To Issue An Injunction And Allow For The Award Of Attorneys Fees And Costs; And To Allow An Institution To Immediately Suspend A Student For Alleged Misconduct In Certain Circumstances.

  • S 1276

    A Concurrent Resolution To Recognize And Honor The Significant Work Of The Big Red Barn Retreat In Richland County As A Source Of Providing Peace For Those In Need Of Healing And To Commend The Retreat'S Midlands Gives Day.

  • S 1241

    A Senate Resolution To Recognize And Honor The Dedication, Heroism, And Importance Of Firefighters In The Palmetto State And To Declare May 4, 2016, As "Firefighters' Day" In South Carolina.

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  • S 1225

    A Concurrent Resolution To Declare April 2016 As "Homeschool Recognition Month" In South Carolina, To Recognize The Diligent Efforts Of Homeschooling Parents And The Academic Success Of Their Students, And To Express Sincere Appreciation For Their Focus On The Well-Being And Overall Achievements Of Their Children.

  • S 1226

    A Concurrent Resolution To Designate The Third Full Week In April 2016 As "Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness Week" To Raise Awareness Regarding Shaken Baby Syndrome And To Commend The Hospitals, Child Care Councils, Schools, And Other Organizations That Educate Parents And Caregivers On How To Protect Children From Abuse.

  • S 1227

    A Senate Resolution To Recognize And Congratulate Reverend Dr. Tommy L. Brown, Pastor Of New Free Hope Independent Church On The Occasion Of His Thirty-Fifth Pastoral Anniversary, And To Wish Him Continued Happiness In His Service To The People Of The New Free Hope Community.

Recent Votes

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H 4717

3rd Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3373.0
•••No: 36.0
•••Other: 920.0
S 944

3rd Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 1635.0
•••No: 2248.0
•••Other: 715.0
S 680

2nd Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3986.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 613.0
S 1258

3rd Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3475.0
•••No: 48.0
•••Other: 715.0
H 3184

3rd Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3884.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 715.0
H 3186

3rd Reading

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3986.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 613.0
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