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Ronnie A. Sabb

Democratic — Senator — District 32
Available Terms:
  • 119
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016
  • 2017-2018

Ronnie A. Sabb represents Senate District 32 in the South Carolina Senate, is a member of five committees, and is the primary sponsor of 1427 bills.

  • Capitol Office:

    504 Gressette Bldg.Columbia 29201
    Phone: 803-212-6032
  • District Office:

    P.O. Box 311Greeleyville 29056
    Phone: 843-426-4138

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • S 851

    A Senate Resolution To Honor South Carolina State Trooper Joseph Ragazzo For Risking His Safety So That Others May Remain Safe And To Wish Him A Speedy Recovery From Injuries Sustained In The Line Of Duty.

  • S 853

    A Senate Resolution To Honor And Remember The Incomparable Life Of Former South Carolina Chief Justice Ernest Adolphus Finney, Jr., And To Extend The Deepest Sympathy To His Family.

  • S 780

    A Concurrent Resolution To Fix Noon On Wednesday, February 7, 2018, As The Time To Elect A Successor To A Certain Justice Of The Supreme Court, Seat 3, Whose Term Expires July 31, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 8, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon His Election To The Supreme Court, Seat 1, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires On June 30, 2018, And The Subsequent Full Term Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Tenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon His Retirement On Or Before June 30, 2018, And The Successor Will Serve A New Term Of That Office, Which Expires June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 4, Upon His Election To The Court Of Appeals, Seat 9, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2022; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Sixteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2017, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2022; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At-Large, Seat 9, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Second Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon Her Retirement On Or Before July 1, 2018, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office, Which Expires June 30, 2019; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Third Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, Upon His Election To The Circuit Court, At-Large, Seat 1, And The Successor Will Fill The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2022; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Sixth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2017, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2020; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, Upon His Retirement On Or Before October 1, 2017, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2019; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon Her Retirement On Or Before July 8, 2017, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Which Expires June 30, 2019; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2018, And The Successor Will Serve The Remainder Of The Unexpired Term, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2019; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Administrative Law Court, Seat 5, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; And As The Date To Meet In Joint Session For The Purpose Of Electing A Member Of The Board Of Trustees Of Francis Marion University, Fifth Congressional District, Seat 5, Whose Term Expires June 30, 2018; To Elect A Member Of The Board Of Trustees Of The Medical University Of South Carolina, Seventh Congressional District, Medical Seat, For A Term Which Will Expire June 30, 2020; To Elect A Member Of The Board Of Trustees Of The University Of South Carolina, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, For A Term Which Will Expire June 30, 2020; And To Elect A Member Of The Board Of Trustees Of Winthrop University, Fourth Congressional District, Seat 4, For A Term Which Will Expire June 30, 2022.

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  • S 710

    A Bill To Amend Article 9, Chapter 5, Title 57, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Turnpike Projects, So As To Include Nontax Revenues Made Available Within The Definition Of "Turnpike Facilities Revenues", To Provide Which Roads May Be Designated As A Turnpike Facility, To Allow Contracts With Political Subdivisions, To Provide The Manner In Which Toll Amounts Are Determined, To Clarify The Manner In Which Turnpike Bonds May Be Authorized, And To Define "Electronic Toll Collection System"; To Amend Section 57-3-615, Relating To Highway Tolls, So As To Delete Certain Provisions Relating To Toll Revenues And Toll Projects; And To Amend Section 12-28-2920, Relating To The Construction Of Toll Roads, So As To Allow Toll Revenues To Be Retained In A Special Account And To Be Used To Maintain The Turnpike Facilities.

  • S 713

    A Senate Resolution To Express The Profound Sorrow Of The Members Of The South Carolina Senate Upon The Passing Of Alma Weaver Byrd And To Extend Their Deepest Sympathy To Her Family And Many Friends.

  • S 706

    A Concurrent Resolution To Thank Orangeburg Native And Attorney Jaime R. Harrison For His Four Years Of Service As South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman And To Wish Him The Best In All His Future Endeavors.

Recent Votes

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S 662

to override the veto

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3576.0
•••No: 24.0
•••Other: 919.0
S 289

to adopt the conference report

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3576.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 1123.0
H 3721

to adopt the conference report

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3882.0
•••No: 24.0
•••Other: 613.0
H 3720

inclusion of provision 11.23 in conference report

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 1941.0
•••No: 2350.0
•••Other: 48.0
H 3720

to adopt inclusion of proviso 11.23 in the Conference Report

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 2860.0
•••No: 1430.0
•••Other: 48.0
H 3720

to adopt the conference report

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 4086.0
•••No: 24.0
•••Other: 48.0
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