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Scott Biggs expects excellence.

Scott Biggs has amassed a proven record of excellence in all he's achieved. During his tenure as an assistant district attorney in Caddo County, he has a 100 percent trial success rate. The Oklahoma State Game Warden's Association recognized him as Prosecutor of the Year for his efforts on wildlife issues. In his role at Rural Enterprises, he specialized in providing Small Business Administration Loans to Oklahoma business owners, and was named Financial Services Advocate of the Year in 2003.

Scott has lived our rural values.

Scott grew up on a farm, and spent many years active in 4-H and FFA, Scott worked hard and earned his American FFA Degree. He earned an agricultural economics degree from Oklahoma State University, and worked for Rural Enterprises for several years. Today, he lives on the family farm with his wife, Rosslyn, and their infant daughter, Maguire. As our next state representative, Scott aims to preserve and strengthen opportunities in agriculture, so the next generation can continue living the rural lifestyle

Defending the U.S. Constitution: Grounded in Biblical Principle

Like most of his friends and neighbors, Scott Biggs believes the U.S. Constitution is a critical document still today. An experienced prosecutor, Scott knows the Constitution well, and will always fight to defend it. He will stand firm for the Second Amendment, and reject further power grabs by the federal government. As a Christian, Scott is 100 percent pro-life, and bases all his decisions on Biblical principles first.


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