Adair has spent her life beating the odds and helping others do the same. She grew up in a double-wide trailer in Williston, South Carolina, the daughter of a cabinet maker and a public school teacher who raised her with a deep commitment to her Christian faith and family.

Adair worked hard, graduated as valedictorian of Williston-Elko High School, received a full scholarship to Furman University, and, after teaching high school math in Greenville County Schools, attended Stanford Law School, where she graduated with honors.

Turning down big salaries at corporate law firms, Adair began her legal career at the United States Department of Justice in Washington, DC, where she represented the American people by going after corporations and millionaires who cheated on their taxes.

She later worked for U.S. District Judge Richard M. Gergel and then helped launch a nonprofit law firm that provides affordable legal services to those in the middle—those who don’t qualify for free legal aid but cannot afford the high cost of private attorneys.


SC-02 is ready to Ma’am Up.

Over his 17 years in Congress, Rep. Wilson has passed one bill -- to rename a post office -- but he's voted against expanding healthcare for kids, the Violence Against Women Act, and veteran’s health care, all while voting to raise his own pay six times.

Adair is running for Congress because the people of SC-02 deserve a leader who will deliver for them.



Adair is committed to enhancing the lives of families in the 2nd District, from reducing the cost of student loans and healthcare to making sure everyone receives a living wage. Learn more here.


Adair is running for Congress to represent SC-02, so she’s hosting events all over the district to make sure voters know who she is and what she’s fighting for. Find upcoming events here.


Unseating a ten-term incumbent is going to be tough, but it’s time for a leader who will #MamUp and get things done for South Carolinians. Show your support for Adair today and help us reach the voters we needs to win.