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Chandra E. Dillard

Democratic — Representative — District 23
Available Terms:
  • 119
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016

Chandra E. Dillard represents House District 23 in the South Carolina House, is a member of two committees, and is the primary sponsor of 1505 bills.

2008 38681.05
2010 31098.1
2012 14774.99

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

  • Columbia Address:

    414B Blatt Bldg.Columbia 29201
    Phone: 803-212-6791

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • H 3925

    A Concurrent Resolution To Declare April 2015 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.

  • H 3901

    A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Thad Brunson, Chief Engineer For Field Operations With The South Carolina Department Of Transportation, Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement After More Than Thirty-One Years Of Outstanding Service And To Wish Him Continued Success And Happiness In All His Future Endeavors.

  • H 3907

    A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 62-1-115 So As To Define Necessary Terms, To Provide That The Probate Court Shall Order A Provider Of Electronic Communication Services To Disclose To A Personal Representative Of An Estate Certain Information Regarding Electronic Communications, To Provide A Procedure For The Provision Of This Information, And To Provide Exceptions To Disclosure And Notice To Current Account Users.

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  • H 3918

    A Bill To Amend Chapter 26, Title 50, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The "All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Act", So As To Rename The Act The "All-Terrain Vehicle And Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Act", To Provide Additional Terms And Their Definitions, To Provide That This Chapter Also Applies To Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles, To Provide That It Is Unlawful To Remove From A Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Certain Manufacturer Warning Labels, To Provide That It Is Unlawful For A Parent Or Legal Guardian Of Certain Minors To Allow A Minor To Operate A Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle In Violation Of The Manufacturer Warning Label, To Provide That Certain Minors Who Are Passengers In A Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Must Wear Eye Protection, A Safety Helmet, And A Seat Belt, To Provide That It Is Unlawful To Operate A Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle While Carrying A Passenger In Its Bed Or While Carrying More Passengers Than Recommended By The Vehicle'S Owner'S Manual, And To Exempt Recreational Off-Road Vehicles From Ad Valorem Taxes; To Amend Article 9, Chapter 19, Title 56, Relating To The Titling Of All-Terrain Vehicles, So As To Provide That This Article Also Applies To The Operation Of Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles; By Adding Article 3 To Chapter 2, To Title 56 So As To Provide Definitions For The Terms "Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle" And "All-Terrain Vehicle"; And To Amend Section 56-1-10, As Amended, Relating To Certain Terms And Their Definitions That Relate To Motor Vehicles, So As To Delete The Term "All Terrain Vehicle" Or "Atv" And Its Definition.

  • H 3909

    A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, So As To Enact "The Bicycle And Pedestrian Safety Act"; By Adding Section 56-5-3520 So As To Provide That Bicycles With Helper Motors Shall Be Subject To All The Rights And Duties Of Bicycles; To Amend Section 56-1-1710, Relating To The Term "Moped" And Its Definition, So As To Provide That This Section Does Not Apply To Motorcycles Or Bicycles; To Amend Section 56-5-990, Relating To Certain Pedestrian Control Signals, So As To Provide That This Section Also Applies To Pedestrian Control Signals That Exhibit The Symbols For "Walk" Or "Wait", And To Provide That For Pedestrian Crosswalks Equipped With Countdown Indicators, A Pedestrian May Cross If He Can Complete The Crossing During The Remaining Time; To Amend Section 56-5-3130, Relating To A Pedestrian'S Right-Of-Way In A Crosswalk, So As To Provide That The Driver Of A Vehicle Shall Stop To Yield To A Pedestrian Crossing A Roadway Under Certain Circumstances; To Amend Section 56-5-3230, Relating To A Driver'S Duty To Exercise Due Care When Operating A Vehicle, So As To Provide That This Section Also Applies To A Driver'S Duty To Avoid Colliding With An Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Device, A Wheelchair, A Farm Tractor, Or A Similar Vehicle Designed For Farm Use, And To Provide Penalties For Violations Of This Section; To Amend Section 56-5-3425, Relating To The Definition Of The Term "Bicycle Lane" And Operations Of Motor Vehicles And Bicycles Along Bicycle Lanes, So As To Revise The Definition Of The Term "Bicycle Lane" And To Provide A Definition For The Term "Substandard-Width Lane"; And To Amend Section 56-16-10, Relating To Certain Terms And Their Definitions Regarding The Regulation Of Motorcycle Manufacturers, Distributors, Dealers, And Wholesalers, So As To Provide A Definition For The Term "Bicycles With Helper Motors".

  • H 3883

    A Concurrent Resolution To Congratulate And Honor Charleston County School District'S Laing Middle School Of Science And Technology On Being Named A Finalist For The 2015 Florida Educational Technology Conference (Fetc) Stem Excellence Awards.

Recent Votes

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H 3775

Passage of Bill

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 10081.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 2318.0
H 3914

Passage of Joint Resolution

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 6351.0
•••No: 3528.0
•••Other: 2520.0
H 3683

Passage of Bill

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 10484.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 1915.0
H 3349

Passage of Bill

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 10484.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 1915.0
H 3547

Passage of Bill

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 10383.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 2016.0
H 3443

Passage of Bill

Legislator Vote: Other

•••Yes: 9980.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 2419.0
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