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Thanks for visiting. I am Eddie Tallon, S.C. House Representative for District 33, which consists of the southeast side of Spartanburg County.

I am a native South Carolinian, and have lived in Spartanburg County for 36 years. My wife and I have raised our family here.  I am a conservative Republican who  looks for opportunities to reduce government, limit spending, promote strong families, and defend our traditional values.

It is 2014, and I have announced Democrat opposition in the November election. I need your support today more than ever.

I appreciate your trust, and serving you in Columbia is an honor. I will work tirelessly to further our values and to keep District 33 a safe, wonderful place to live and prosper. Call me or e-mail me anytime.  You can also subscribe to my newsletter by clicking the link below. I want to hear from you, and I want and need your input.  This is your district — your home and mine.

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Posted on June 27, 14

Dear Friends, Let me begin my Legislative Report with a wish that you and your family are enjoying a fun, relaxing, and safe summer....

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The Final Stretch for True Ethics Reform

Posted on May 23, 14

The string of headlines on ethics issues over the past six years means the time has come to strengthen our laws. I have written...

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A Strong Record of Achievement

Posted on May 12, 14

With four weeks left in the legislative session, the race is on to get important legislation finished and to Governor Haley’s desk. Looking back...

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Crossover Week and "Worry" at Pacolet

Posted on May 05, 14

Last week was “Crossover Week” in the House, and while I’ve written about that several times in the past few weeks, I realized many...

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