Ronnie A. Sabb
One People… One District… One Senator… One Mission
Ronnie Alan Sabb is a Williamsburg County native, having been born and reared in Greeleyville, South Carolina. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in mathematics from Voorhees College in 1980 and was later inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame. He earned his law degree from the University of Florida in 1987 and was admitted to the South Carolina Bar and the United States District Court in 1988.
Attorney Sabb is the managing partner of the Sabb Law Group, L.L.C., and the firm’s offices are located in Kingstree and Lake City, South Carolina. He has earned many honors throughout his career, and is a member of several civic service, professional and community organizations, including Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, the Williamsburg County Bar Association, American Board of Trial Lawyers, the National Bar Association. In 2018, he was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers, an illustrious lawyer organization. He currently serves as a deacon at Good Hope Baptist Church in Greeleyville, South Carolina. In November 2010 he was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives for District Seat 101. In November 2014, he was elected to the South Carolina Senate being the first African American to hold the position since reconstruction. Senator Sabb serves his district with distinction.
Senator Sabb is married to Dr. Jennifer Gardner-Sabb and they love their two children Whitney Sabb and Lindsay Gardner and two grandchildren Jordan Alan and Nyema.
TOGETHER WE CAN rise above our valleys, exceed our reach, and visualize beyond our dreams by supporting the continued efforts to build infrastructure through water, sewer and broadband expansion.
TOGETHER WE CAN educate our children through enhancing our structural and instructional environment while incentivizing and retaining educators to include, but not limit to salary increases.
TOGETHER WE CAN make healthcare affordable for everyone while building and enhancing facilities.
WE MUST continue to advocate for our opportunity to participate in the national agenda for alternative energy sources to help bring down the cost of power and our reliance on foreign oil.
WE MUST continue building a coalition to include municipalities, unincorporated associations and community clubs and leaders to promote progressive improvement that enhances our quality of life.
WE MUST continue to use our voice in the South Carolina Senate to help create solutions to the compelling issues currently confronting us from whatever sources derived.