Stan Scott

Stan Scott

Summary

Current Position: Candidate
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2019 State Senator

Overview: N/A

About

Source: Campaign page

Stan has spent his life serving his country in one way or another. Now he’s ready to bring his experience and skills to the table to work with his fellow Virginians to construct the Commonwealth of the future.  Stan learned from his military service that we’re all in this together – that we’re most effective when operating as a healthy, well-trained, accepting, and mindful group. 

Experience

Work Experience

Education

Personal

Membership & Affiliation

Source

Stan has now been a member of the Hanover Democratic Committee for ten years, including seven on the Executive Committee organizing as a Precinct Chair. 

Contact

Email:

Offices

Campaign Office
8005 Creighton Parkway, Suite C179
Mechanicsville, VA 23111

Web

Campaign Site

Issues

Governance

Campaign Finance Reform

Our current representation fundraises with corporate interests, undermining private property rights.

Economy

Across the district, young people lack the education and business opportunities they need to enter the workforce, and older workers and entrepreneurs lack the connectivity needed to create virtual teams or start new businesses.

Education

We need to invest in accessible and high-quality early childhood education programs, excellent public schools, and dynamic institutions of post-secondary and higher education.

Environment

Local environmental protection matters in a district with thousands of miles of shoreline. Local watermen depend on clean water for their livelihood, in addition to the thousands of people who just like to hunt and fish.

Health Care

Without life-saving medications and treatment, a right to life or liberty has no meaning and pursuit of happiness becomes impossible.  As a product, health care responds poorly to market forces, and our state government must step in to expand the provider network and ensure universal access to care.

Safety

Gun Sense for Public Safety

Virginians have a right to enjoy public spaces, especially schools and churches, without fear of attack by someone with a firearm.

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