Harvey S. Peeler, Jr.

  • South Carolina
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 14

District Office

P.O. Box 742, Gaffney, SC 29342

Phone 864-489-9994

Capitol Office

111 Gressette Bldg., Columbia, SC 29201

Phone 803-212-6430

Serving District 14

Sponsored Bills


S 490

A Joint Resolution To Permit Funds Appropriated In Act 94 Of 2021 For South Carolina Welcome Centers To Be Used For The Current Fair Play Welcome Center Project.

  • Introduced Feb 02 2023

S 483

A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 37-1-102, Relating To The Purposes Of The Consumer Protection Code, So As To Include The Promotion Of Education For Consumers, Best Practices For Businesses, And To Mediate Complaints; By Amending Section 37-6-106, Relating To Investigatory Powers Of The Administrator, So As To Require The Presentation Of Probable Cause Before Beginning An Investigation; By Amending Section 37-6-108, Relating To Enforcement Orders Of The Administrator, So As To Require Certain Information Be Provided Before A Cease And Desist Is Issued To A Business; And By Amending Section 37-2-307, Relating To Motor Vehicle Sales Contract Closing Fees, So As To Require The Closing Fee To Be Prominently Displayed With The Advertised Price.

  • Introduced Feb 02 2023

S 482

A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 2-19-90, Relating To The Approval Of The General Assembly In Joint Session, So As To Provide That A Candidate Must Receive A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The House And Of The Members Of The Senate; By Amending Section 14-3-10, Relating To The Composition Of Court And Election Of Justices And Terms, So As To Define Election By Joint Vote Of The General Assembly To Mean A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The House Of Representatives And A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The Senate; By Amending Section 14-5-610, Relating To The Division Of State Into Sixteen Judicial Circuits, Number Of Judges To Be Elected From Each Circuit, And Election Of Additional Judges Without Regard To County Or Circuit Of Residence, So As To Add Election Of Judges By Joint Vote Of The General Assembly; By Amending Section 14-8-20, Relating To The Election Of Members Of The Court And Terms Of Office, So As To Define Election By Joint Vote Of The General Assembly To Mean A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The House Of Representatives And A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The Senate; By Amending Section 22-1-10, Relating To Appointment, Term And Territorial Jurisdiction, And Training, Certification, Or Recertification Requirement, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation; By Amending Section 22-1-16, Relating To Trial Observation Requirements For New Magistrates Who Are Not Attorneys, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation; By Amending Section 22-1-30, Relating To Suspension, Removal, Or Non-Reappointment, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation; By Amending Section 22-2-5, Relating To Eligibility Examinations For Magistrates, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation; By Amending Section 22-2-10, Relating To Screening Committee Assisting In Selection Of Magistrates, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation And Nominees Must Receive A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The House Of Representatives And Of The Senate Within The Legislative Delegation To Be Recommended To The Governor; By Amending Section 22-2-15, Relating To Special Election For Nonpartisan Preferential Selection Of Magistrates, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation; By Amending Section 22-2-40, Relating To Number And Location Of Magistrates In County And Ministerial Magistrates, So As To Provide That The Delegation Be A Legislative Delegation; And By Amending Section 2-20-410, Relating To Election To The Boards And Majority Vote, So As To Provide That A Candidate Must Receive A Majority Vote Of The Members Of The House And Of The Members Of The Senate.

  • Introduced Feb 02 2023

S 464

A Senate Resolution To Commend And Thank Lisa Manini Widener For Her Many Years Of Dedicated Service To The Senate Of South Carolina And To Wish Her Much Happiness And Fulfillment In The Years Ahead.

  • Introduced Jan 31 2023
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Recent Votes


Feb 02, 2023

Peeler, Harvey S., Jr. voted Yes

S 164

Pass

3rd Reading

Peeler, Harvey S., Jr. voted No

S 164

Fail

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Sources

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