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Pastor Ja-Don Buckner Joins Race for District 121Rev. Ja-Don Buckner, founder and pastor of Walterboro Christian Center has announced his candidacy for the S.C. House seat left vacant by the death of Rep.
says that, if elected, he
will represent all the citizens of District 121, regardless of race, ethnicity or religious or political persuasion.Though he's
running as a Democrat, Buckner
says that his
voice will be an independent voice of reason and common sense in the State House.He
will establish himself as a "constituency service" representative who will strive every day to impact legislation to improve the lives and livelihood of the citizens of Colleton and Beaufort counties, Buckner
desire is to be a statesman and not simply a politician.He
promises that in every decision, he
will seek to do the things that are right for his
constituency - and not merely what is politically expedient.Buckner
said that his
platform will be developed around enhancing infrastructure development in his
district, expanding improvement in the educational system, creating job opportunities and developing an environment where all citizens can invest in the American Dream.He
is reaching out to all citizens of District 121 to join him in this effort."Collectively, we can build a community of hope for our children and prosperity for our citizens," he
said.Buckner was born and reared in Islandton, S.C. In addition to serving as pastor of Walterboro Christian Center, he is a motivational speaker.He graduated from Bethel Bible Institute, and in 2003, he received an honorary doctor's degree from the New Life Theological Seminary.He
is the author of two books and preaches on The Voice of Faith Outreach Ministry Broadcast via radio and television.Buckner plans to release his
platform during the week of May 15.
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Pastor Ja-Don BucknerStreamingFaith.com - Pastor Ja-Don Buckner Speaker Details
...Pastor Ja-Don Buckner
...Pastor Ja-Don Buckner
Add Speaker to Favorites What's this?Click this link to add this Speaker to your favorites.Go to My Account to view and manage your favorites. Pastor Buckner is the Founder and Pastor of the rapidly growing, life-changing Walterboro Christian Center.He
is a highly sought after conference keynote speaker and distinguished motivational speaker motivating the hearts of men towards Jesus Christ.Dr. Buckner ministry has one of the greatest impacts on the low country and state of South Carolina.Dr. Buckner
has been nominated as the most successful businessman in Colleton County
also has been awarded the Colleton County
Leadership Award and in January 2006 was abducted into the Live5 News Hall of Fame
.On May 4th 2007, Dr. Buckner
received the Grace Icon Award for being one of the Top 12 Pastors for South Carolina.He
is also known for his
great faith in God.
The four Democrats are Pastor Ja-Don ...
The four Democrats are Pastor Ja-Don Buckner, the Rev. Kenneth Hodges, businessman Bobby Mayes and Walterboro attorney Reaves McLeod.
...Buckner, pastor of the Walterboro Christian Center, said parents should be able decide what schools their children should attend.
"I think competition is good," he
said."We have nothing to make the schools get better." He
also favors letting Jasper County build a port to help bring jobs to the depressed region. "It would be excellent for us and excellent for them." Hodges, who owns a home in Colleton County while preaching at a church in Beaufort and owning an art gallery in Beaufort, said that without jobs, good schools can only do so much. "We have to have jobs in place so they can return to this area if they choose to," he
wants to level off property taxes. "The value of land is escalating so high in this area that it's going to drive some people out of their homes," he
said. McLeod said the state should fund schools completely and equitably. He
also wants better roads, particularly U.S. 17, which has had a rash of deadly wrecks, and more water and sewer services in rural areas to help development. "I'm
not talking about Hilton Head development, I'm
not talking about Charleston development," he