By JONATHAN COX
When he was a freshman at Clemson University, John Bradford found an election sign for a Congressional candidate named Radford, added a “B,” and hung the sign, now reading “Bradford for Congress,” in his dorm room.
Bradford has realized some of those early political ambitions as he prepares to take office as the state 98th District representative in January.
“I’ve always wanted to do this,” he said. But he admits the job comes with sacrifices, in the form of missed school functions and time apart from his family.
Bradford and his wife, Shea, have four kids. Read the full story