Phil Noble

“The question for us as South Carolinians today is this – how big do we want to be?

Do we want to nibble around the edges of our problems? Do we want to kick the can down the road? Do we want to just take baby steps in the right direction?

I believe we need and want big and real reform – right now. We need leapfrog jumps and audacious ambitions. And I’ll bet you believe that too.”

– Phil Noble

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I’m Running for Governor

I’m excited to tell you that I’ve launched my campaign for Governor of South Carolina as a proud and true Democrat.

My name is Phil Noble and I’m running for Governor because I believe that we need real change and real reform – right now.

Our legislature and state government have become a system infected by the disease of corruption – it’s contagious and spreading. It’s a disease that has kept us from having the things that all South Carolinians deserve:

– Great schools for our kids
– Honest utility rates
– Safe roads
– Good jobs that provide security for our families

South Carolinians are tired of empty promises and a pay-to-play politics where utilities and other lobbyists win, and we lose.

We need to work together to build a South Carolina that we are all proud of.

I’ll be keeping you up to date with the campaign, and look forward to hearing your thoughts over the coming weeks and months.

Thank you for your support!


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