John Moffett is running for the South Carolina House in district 110 to bring common sense back to the legislature

He will stand against extremism and grandstanding and will represent our Lowcountry values instead.

Moffett for State House District 110

John’s priorities in Columbia include

  • Repealing the state’s extreme abortion restrictions. John believes abortion is a personal choice that the government should not dictate.
  • Instituting common sense gun safety measures like universal background checks and closing dangerous loopholes.
  • Bringing more infrastructure funding to the Lowcountry to repair our roads and bridges and reduce traffic congestion.
  • Supporting our public schools.
  • Supporting law enforcement and other first responders.
  • Protecting our natural resources so that future generations can enjoy our waterways, marshes, and beaches.
  • Providing leadership to combat increased flooding and other climate change related problems our community is facing.
South Carolina State House Columbia, SC
Tom Hartnett

Tom Hartnett - Not Our Guy

The incumbent, Tom Hartnett has a familiar Lowcountry name, but his extremist politics are more in-line with upstate demagogues who bash our community and fight against our values. Harnett has supported near total abortion bans which puts the government in control of our most personal decisions. Hartnett’s extremism includes his positions on gun safety and our local public schools where his rhetoric comes right out of the “Moms for Liberty” handbook.

John Moffett - Shares our values.

John has dedicated his professional life to defending the principles and values that define our community. His journey as an advocate for progress began shortly after college during a trip to the Middle East, where he volunteered for an NGO in Lebanon, leading initiatives focused on youth development and women’s issues. Since then, John has dedicated himself to serving others and nurturing prosperity in his community. For over a decade in Charleston, he has steadfastly protected the freedoms and liberties integral to our city and our way of life.

A passionate champion of conservation, John served as the South Carolina State Director for the Land and Water Conservation Fund Coalition. His efforts were instrumental in the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act in 2019, a landmark legislation aimed at protecting our natural treasures, including waterways, parks, and coastlines.

Amid threats to healthcare access for everyday Americans, John stepped up as the State Director for Protect Our Care, amplifying the voices of Charlestonians and advocating for expanded healthcare access. He also led successful initiatives to address challenges facing rural hospital emergency response operators, driving policy changes at the federal level.

John is a graduate of The College of Charleston and an avid supporter of Cougar athletics. John and his wife Annika live downtown with their lively black lab, Maurice.