When we hear the word politician, we have come to think – distrust.
How did that happen?
We have all been lulled into a state of complacency, ignoring what our government has been doing.
Too many career politicians vote with the next election in mind instead of standing up for conservative principles.
What I see we need to accomplish together:
Patriots, I invite you to participate in your governance by becoming informed.
Perhaps like me, it was impossible to cut through the lies being told on each other to disenfranchise the opponent. Have you felt overwhelmed and didn’t have the information needed to make a wise choice on election day, so you just didn’t vote?
Who am I?
Where the preamble to our constitution says,
“We the people”
I am simply one of “we the people”.
I am your neighbor, I am a resident of Simpsonville, I am Dr. Cynthia Horner. For the past 28 years, I have served the people in my community as a chiropractor. Now, in addition, I wish to serve my community as your State Representative in our House of Representatives in Columbia.
I have lived a long life and have learned a lot. Learning comes from making mistakes and learning from them. I taught high school physical education and health and coached for seven years in Toms River NJ before attending chiropractic college in 1984. I moved to Greenville in 1993 because I had visited once and loved it. I was separating from my husband and starting a new chiropractic business, all with a 2-year-old in tow. The people of Greenville were welcoming and helpful. I knew I had found my new home. The next years were rough, including several times in family court and a bankruptcy. Although those experiences may seem tragic, they gave me the resiliency and ability to force my heart and nerve to carry me through life. Like so many of you, I have struggled and grown from struggles, built a successful chiropractic practice, and made being a mother to my child a priority. I am humbled to have had the opportunity to touch the lives of so many in my community and received from them the support I needed.
After settling in, I joined the Unity Christian Church. I taught children’s Sunday school for many years and was elected to the board of directors, which I served for three years.
I am unapologetically a ‘Conservative Constitutional Patriot’. My intent is to build a grassroots movement to bring our state government back to the people. I have always asked God to work through me to allow me to shine His light and love. I consider this endeavor nothing less than a gift and an answer to a prayer.
State government is the power and the voice of the people. Is your voice being heard?
Government does not work when the power is in the hands of a few career politicians.
This is why I am running for House Representatives. Let’s work together in making changes for a better South Carolina.”