Lillian Brock Flemming recently announced her campaign to challenge for the State Senate District 7 Seat. Fleming believes that she will bring unity and greater representation to the State Senate that will better serve Greenville County in five critical areas where residents of District 7 needs solutions: Job Creation, Education, Transportation, Senior Services, and Health Care. Mrs. Brock Flemming came within 412 votes of winning in the 2012 Democratic Primary.
Flemming is a proven leader in the Greenville Community, enthusiastically serving as a City Councilwoman since 1981. She is a graduate of Furman University, with bachelor’s, master’s degree, and honorary Doctorate Degree. Brock Flemming is a Professional Recruiter for Greenville County School District and is married to the Reverend J. M. Flemming, President of the Greenville NAACP.
She also taught high school mathematics for 23 years in the Greenville Public School System. She is a member of the Mountain View Baptist Church and mother of 10 wonderful young men and women. Flemming holds numerous awards and honors during her life as a public servant.
Flemming will have support from a broad range of community leaders, clergy, young professionals, working class constituents and elected officials lending logistical and financial assistance to her campaign. Fleming has developed an aggressive ground campaign for voter outreach and voter education for a successful election.
The Democratic Primary is held on June 14.