Lieutenant Governor Phillip 'Phil' B. Scott's Public Statements


Full Name: Phillip 'Phil' B. Scott
Current Office: Lieutenant Governor, Republican
First Elected: 11/02/2010
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for Lieutenant Governor
Primary Aug. 26, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Angie; 2 Children: Erica, Rachael
Birth Date: 08/04/1958
Birth Place: Barre, VT
Home City: Montpelier, VT
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Issue Position: Survey Response - Vermont Association of Realtors Issue Position: Survey Response - Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation Issue Position: Survey Response - Northeast Organic Farming Association Issue Position: Survey Response - Voter Guide for People with Disabilities Issue Position: Survey Response - Planned Parenthood of Northern New England Issue Position: Job Creation Issue Position: Community Service Issue Position: Costs in State Government Issue Position: Infrastructure Issue Position: Property Taxes 3/15/12 Gov. Shumlin and Legislative Leaders Move Forward on Waterbury Office Complex 10/21/10 Negative Ad Got it Wrong; Phil Scott is Pro-Choice 10/19/10 Phil Scott to Renew Pledge to Support Small Businesses 10/18/10 Phil Scott Supports Vermont Businesses throughout His Campaign 10/03/10 Burlington Free Press - Lieutenant Governor Candidates Stress Ordinariness of Backgrounds 9/30/10 Phil Scott to Continue Conversations About Renewable Energy 9/29/10 Seven Days - Who's the Real Middle Class Hero? 9/23/10 Phil Scott's Remarks at GOP Fall Dinner 9/10/10 Phil Scott Highlights Need to Address Cost of Doing Business in VT 8/26/10 Phil Scott Thanks Supporters, Looks Ahead After Primary Win 1/01/14 Issue Position: Independence and Teamwork 1/01/14 Issue Position: Buy Local First 1/01/14 Issue Position: State Government as a Partner 1/01/14 Issue Position: Self-Reliance 1/01/12 Issue Position: Self Reliance 1/01/12 Issue Position: State Government as a Partner 1/01/12 Issue Position: Independence & Teamwork 1/01/12 Issue Position: Buy Local First