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Edward T. Scott

Ed Scott
Member of the Virginia House of Delegates
from the 30th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 14, 2004
Preceded by George Broman
Personal details
Born ( 1965 -08-06) August 6, 1965 (age 48)
Culpeper, Virginia
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Amanda Rebecca Lohr
Children Danielle
Alma mater Virginia Tech
Occupation Small business owner
Committees Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources
Appropriations
Science and Technology
Transportation
Religion Episcopalian
Website www.delegateedscott.com

Edward T. "Ed" Scott (born August 6, 1965) is an American politician. Since 2004 he has served in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 30th district in the Virginia Piedmont, including Madison and Orange Counties, plus part of Culpeper County. He is a member of the Republican Party.[1]

Electoral history

Date Election Candidate Party Votes  %
Virginia House of Delegates, 30th district
Jun 10, 2003[2] Republican primary E T Scott 3,215 53.04
S R Found 1,526 25.18
D W Rogers 1,320 21.78
Nov 4, 2003[3] General E T Scott Republican 10,261 86.22
W C Thompson 1,637 13.76
Write Ins 3 0.03
George Broman retired; seat stayed Republican
Jun 14, 2005[4] Republican primary E T Scott 3,979 64.88
R M Jarvis 2,154 35.12
Nov 8, 2005[5] General E T Scott Republican 16,025 99.65
Write Ins 56 0.35
Nov 6, 2007[6] General Edward T. Scott Republican 16,503 99.29
Write Ins 118 0.70
Nov 3, 2009[7] General Edward T. Scott Republican 15,959 75.49
Matt A. Carson 5,154 24.38
Write Ins 27 0.12
Nov 8, 2011[8] General Edward T. Scott Republican 14,914 98.91
Write Ins 163 1.08

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