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Taylor Bell
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About Taylor
Taylor Bell


   Born and raised in Weddington, North Carolina, Taylor watched his father and grandfather run the family-owned printing and packaging business. It was there that he learned the values of hard work and dedication.

   Taylor took those skills to work in high school, cleaning horse stalls and being a pizza delivery driver. While in college, Taylor worked long hours in the kitchen of numerous restaurants. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance.

   Taylor discovered his passion in life was serving people, which led him to attend law school at the University of South Carolina, where he graduated in 2011. While in law school, Taylor learned just how powerful the government is and how people need representation. This mentality drives him to stand up and fight for his client.

   Taylor is currently a lawyer at The Jeffcoat Firm, where he focuses on protecting an individual's rights from being trampled on by the government through defense work and professional licensing practice. He has defended hundreds of licensed professionals (doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, real estate agents, accountants, etc.) before various regulatory boards.

   In the community, Taylor has volunteered as a high school wrestling coach at Cardinal Newman and River Bluff High School. During his coaching tenure, Cardinal Newman won two SCISA State Championships, and River Bluff won five-straight undefeated region titles and a SCHSL 5A State Championship.

   Taylor is now a volunteer flag football coach with River Bluff Youth Sports and runs the River Bluff Youth Wrestling Club. He lives in Lexington with his wife of 10 years, Kiersten; son, Tanner; daughter, Summer; and rescue dog, Brodie. When not working or coaching, Taylor enjoys smoking BBQ and outdoor sportsmen opportunities South Carolina offers.

Taylor Bell
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The state legislature needs to lower property and income taxes to allow hardworking families and retirees to keep the fruits of labor and support their families.


I believe life is a gift from God and begins at conception. Rather than polarizing the issue, I will work to develop common sense solutions that prevent abortions, support mothers, and enhance adoption. 


It’s long overdue that we restore fiscal responsibility in Columbia to ensure taxpayer dollars benefit the people of this state, not the politicians.

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