Kirkman Finlay

House Representative for District 75

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Kirkman Finlay at Doc’s Barbecue 3.11.2020



Kirkman is proud of his pro-small business policies that encourage job creation and economic prosperity for all.


He is dedicated to workforce development for a changing economy that prepares workers for jobs.

Dedicated SC Resident

Kirkman is a proud citizen and lifelong resident of South Carolina. Who better to represent the common man than one of them?

South Carolina State House, in Columbia, SC, and Wade Hampton III Statue on a sunny morning. The South Carolina State House is the building housing the government of the U.S. state of South Carolina



Kirkman has sponsored many bills that aim to improve infrastructure and proactively improve the quality of life of his constituents in the state of South Carolina.

STEM Funding

An issue that Kirkman is deeply involved in on a personal and professional level is providing funding for STEM and Technical Education. These are areas of high growth in our state and having qualified graduates will boost South Carolina’s economy.


He is dedicated to improving the roadways in our state. He sponsored a bill to revamp the existing DOT structure, leadership, and funding model. It’s important to note that the House was able to include a provision that also provides income tax relief to South Carolina taxpayers.


Public Safety

He endorses public safety measures focused on violent criminals, repeat offenders, supporting victims and backing law enforcement.


Ethics reform cuts to the heart of good government. Citizens must have confidence in those they elect at every level. Kirkman believes in reforms that make government more responsive, transparent and accountable.

Ban "Dark Money"

Kirkman supported reforms to ban “dark money” – limitless amounts of undisclosed cash being spent on campaigns – shedding light on shady politics. It went a step further to ban campaign contributions from these groups often used to hide who contributors are and those who try to get around finance limits.

Meet Finlay

House Representative for District 75

The Finlays have helped create approximately 100 jobs that are a product of their entrepreneurship. Kirkman is a co-owner of Doc’s BBQ and actively manages Pawleys Front Porch. He oversees approximately 6,000 acres of corn, wheat, and soybean crops. In addition to donations of time and resources to many local charities, Kirkman has been involved with Palmetto Health Foundation, Central Carolina Community Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, and the Boy Scouts of America.

Currently he serves on the Board of Ameris Bank and he’s on the Board of Directors for the Jefferson Scholars Foundation at UVA. He is co-founder and co-chair of The Gray Horton Scholarship at the University of Virginia.

Kirkman Finlay was your representative for District 75 from 2013 thru 2022. He is seeking your vote to represent our district again in 2024.

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