SC House of representatives - District 45
Corin Buskey is the daughter of Mrs. Barbara Brewer and the late Marion Brewer of Cope, SC and is the grand-daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kinard of Columbia SC. She is a graduate of Gardner-Webb University and Central-Piedmont
Community College, and has also attended Coker College where she majored in English and Communications.
After obtaining her education Corin, pursued a professional career in Corporate America as a Business Banker and Quality
Analyst. She is active in her community and has served as Vice-President of Membership Services for Toast Masters
International, an income tax assistance volunteer, in The Junior Women’s League, as a public school volunteer, in the Black
Professional Organization, in Habitat for Humanity, in the Salvation Army, in Samitarians Purse and Samaritans Feet, in Home
Instead Senior Care, and in the Second Harvest Food Bank. She is a member of Calvary Church where she sings in the choir.
Corin believes that leadership begins by having true compassion and a great understanding of the needs of the citizens of York
and Lancaster Counties. She is especially interested in the needs of senior citizens, our brave veterans and the future generation
of our children. If elected, she will strive diligently to serve with a servant’s heart and to work with both Democrats and
Republicans to seek solutions to the very real problems that we all face.
She is committing herself to building a bridge so that Democrats and Republicans can unite for a common cause to help the
good people of Lancaster and York counties. A house divided against itself cannot stand. She says, “ We have to get serious
about the business of solving problems. We do not have time for pettiness and counter- productive actions. Instead, we must
protect and serve the best interest of the citizens of York and Lancaster counties. My priorities will be creating good jobs,
improving our roads, protecting Social Security and Medicare, Veteran Services, making health care affordable for all
Americans, raising the minimum wage, fixing our broken education system, raising teacher pay to the national average, and
fighting for better pay and better benefits for all citizens.”
She says, “ I am reminded of the lessons learned from two of America’s greatest presidents. John Fitzgerald Kennedy said, ‘Ask
not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” and the late great Ronald Reagan said, ‘ The
greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest