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Peter M. McCoy Jr.

Republican — Representative — District 115
Available Terms:
  • 119
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016
  • 2017-2018

Peter M. McCoy Jr. represents House District 115 in the South Carolina House, is a member of two committees, and is the primary sponsor of 2298 bills.

2010 105096.23
2012 65691.66

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

  • Columbia Address:

    420D Blatt Bldg.Columbia 29201
    Phone: 803-212-6872
  • Home Address:

    135 King St.Charleston 29401
    Phone: 843-452-4722

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • H 3530

    A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, To Enact The "Personhood Act Of South Carolina" By Adding Article 5 To Chapter 1, Title 1 So As To Establish That The Right To Life For Each Born And Preborn Human Being Vests At Fertilization, And That The Rights Of Due Process And Equal Protection, Guaranteed By Section 3, Article I Of The Constitution Of This State, Vest At Fertilization For Each Born And Preborn Human Being.

  • H 3535

    A House Resolution To Recognize And Commend The Professional Engineers Who Live And Work In The Great State Of South Carolina, To Encourage All South Carolinians To Honor Our Engineers For Their Many Contributions To The Palmetto State'S Quality Of Life, And To Declare Wednesday, February 22, 2017, As South Carolina Professional Engineers Day.

  • H 3533

    A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Susan Gordon Welch, A Teacher At Johnsonville High School, Upon The Occasion Of Her Retirement After Forty-Two Years Of Distinguished Service As An Educator, And To Wish Her Continued Success And Happiness In All Her Future Endeavors.

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  • H 3532

    A Concurrent Resolution To Recognize And Commend The Owners And Employees Of Barringer'S Jewelers, Inc., In Marion County For Outstanding Service To Their Community And To Congratulate Them As They Celebrate The Seventieth Anniversary Of Providing Personalized Customer Service In The Sale Of Quality Jewelry.

  • H 3534

    A House Resolution To Honor Mr. James Moultrie On His Retirement From Dillon Middle School And To Extend Deep Appreciation For His Fifty-One Years Of Service Imparting Knowledge To The Children Of Our Great State.

  • H 3522

    A Bill To Amend Section 11-11-410, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Limit On State Spending Imposed Pursuant To Section 7(C), Article X Of The Constitution Of South Carolina, 1895, So As To Impose An Annual Limit On The State General Fund Revenues Available For Appropriation By Restricting Any Increase To A Percentage That Is Equal To The Average Annual Percentage Change From The Previous Ten Completed State Fiscal Years, To Create A Separate Budget Stabilization Fund In The State Treasury To Which Must Be Credited All General Fund Revenues In Excess Of The Annual Limit, To Provide For Disbursements From The Budget Stabilization Fund, To Define Emergencies And To Provide For Suspension Of This Appropriations Limit In Emergencies, And To Provide For Disbursements Of Surplus Funds.

Recent Votes

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S 293

Override the VETO

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 5846.0
•••No: 4939.0
•••Other: 1713.0
S 293

Adjourn For The Day

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 4939.0
•••No: 5443.0
•••Other: 2116.0
S 293

Table Motion to Reconsider

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 4737.0
•••No: 5745.0
•••Other: 2016.0
S 293

Override the VETO

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 5947.0
•••No: 5342.0
•••Other: 129.0
S 813

Override the VETO

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 7560.0
•••No: 3629.0
•••Other: 1310.0
H 3428

Override Governor's Veto

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 10685.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 1814.0
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Sources

Data on Open States is automatically collected nightly from the official website of the South Carolina Legislature. If you notice any errors, feel free to contact us or verify that the data matches the official sources below.