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Mandy Powers-Norrell

State Representative

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Employment History

City Attorney

City of Lancaster


City Attorney

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Lancaster City Council


Affiliations

South Carolina Democratic Party

State Executive Committee Member


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www.lancasterscworks.com

State Representative Mandy Powers-Norrell: Phone: 803-289-1800 | Email: resipsa@comporium.net


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Mandy Powers-Norrell
H PHONE: 803-289-6409 EMAIL: resipsa@comporium.net


www.fortmilltimes.com

Election Day is a shade over two months away and Mick Mulvaney and Mandy Powers-Norrell, candidates for the S.C. Senate District 16 seat, have already begun ramping up their campaigns.Last week, Powers-Norrell, a Democrat, held a volunteer rally in Lancaster to build support.More than 100 people came to volunteer, Powers-Norrell said, from as far as Fort Mill and Kershaw.On Sept. 4, Powers-Norrell will have a ribbon cutting on her campaign headquarters in downtown Lancaster, a place where she and her volunteers can organize and run the campaign that she calls a grassroots effort.She hopes to use her volunteer base to help reach voters in the large district, which spans the majority of Lancaster County and a portion of York County.Relying on volunteers is essential, she added, to helping her keep campaign costs down."We are really putting our volunteers to work," Powers-Norrell said.Powers-Norrell, 34, is a Lancaster native who works as a bankruptcy attorney and serves as the city attorney for the City of Lancaster.She prides herself on her Lancaster County roots and is a strong proponent of public schools.She has spoken out frequently against public school vouchers, something she plans to continue on the campaign trail.Powers-Norrell is familiar with the Lancaster area but has already begun visiting other parts of the district, including Fort Mill and Indian Land, to get better acquainted with the communities and meet with voters.She'll be making more trips and doing some door-to-door campaigning as the election approaches, she said.One of her favorite moments on the campaign trail so far has been meeting with a family in Fort Mill, she said, and enjoying a cold slice of watermelon on their porch.On visits like these, Powers-Norrell said she isn't interested in talking about hot button issues.Instead, she said, it's about listening to the voters' concerns."I talk about what the people want to talk about and I try to do more listening then talking," Powers-Norrell said.Election Day is a shade over two months away and Mick Mulvaney and Mandy Powers-Norrell, candidates for the S.C. Senate District 16 seat, have already begun ramping up their campaigns.Last week, Powers-Norrell, a Democrat, held a volunteer rally in Lancaster to build support.More than 100 people came to volunteer, Powers-Norrell said, from as far as Fort Mill and Kershaw.On Sept. 4, Powers-Norrell will have a ribbon cutting on her campaign headquarters in downtown Lancaster, a place where she and her volunteers can organize and run the campaign that she calls a grassroots effort.ADVERTISEMENT"We are really putting our volunteers to work," Powers-Norrell said.Powers-Norrell, 34, is a Lancaster native who works as a bankruptcy attorney and serves as the city attorney for the City of Lancaster.She prides herself on her Lancaster County roots and is a strong proponent of public schools.She has spoken out frequently against public school vouchers, something she plans to continue on the campaign trail.Powers-Norrell is familiar with the Lancaster area but has already begun visiting other parts of the district, including Fort Mill and Indian Land, to get better acquainted with the communities and meet with voters.She'll be making more trips and doing some door-to-door campaigning as the election approaches, she said.One of her favorite moments on the campaign trail so far has been meeting with a family in Fort Mill, she said, and enjoying a cold slice of watermelon on their porch.On visits like these, Powers-Norrell said she isn't interested in talking about hot button issues.Instead, she said, it's about listening to the voters' concerns."I talk about what the people want to talk about and I try to do more listening then talking," Powers-Norrell said.


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City Attorney Mandy Powers-Norrell (Mitch)


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Mandy Powers-Norrell (City Attorney)PO Box 994Lancaster, SC 29721(803) 289-1800 (w)(803) 286-9690 (f)


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