Keith Brann

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Keith Brann
South Carolina Senate District 16
Political party Democratic
Profession Accountant
Website Campaign site
Keith Brann was the Democratic candidate in the special election for the South Carolina State Senate, District 16. Brann was running to fill the vacancy created when Michael Mulvaney (R) was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in the November 2 general election.

Brann has been an accountant for the past 25 years. He served in the military, holds a master's degrees, and volunteers with the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. He has served on the Tax Advisory Commission and is member of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. He is married to his wife Maruzzella. They have two children.[1]

Campaign themes

On his special election campaign site, Brann lists his policy positions. Detailed explanations of these positions can be found here.


  • Act 388 Repeal
  • Improved School Funding
  • Business Stimulation Initiatives
  • Government Consolidation
  • Property Tax Realignment
  • Cost-Benefit Program Analysis
  • Sales Tax Reprioritization
  • Spending Accountability
  • Green Technology Credits
  • Term Limits
  • Tort Reform

Red Party dot.pngOpposes:

  • Lancaster Mega-Landfill
  • New Voter ID Cards
  • Immigration control via local police
  • SC "FairTax"
  • School Vouchers



See also: State legislative special elections, 2011

Brann was defeated by Greg Gregory (R) in the April 12, 2011 special election. Stan Smith (L) also ran for the seat.[2][3][4]



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