Rye, New Hampshire , United States
|| September 12, 1959
Aug 06, 2015 01:03pm
Caucasian - Moderate-to-Conservative - Anti-Gay Marriage - Pro- gun - Pro-Capital Punishment - Pro-Choice - Pro-Civil Unions - Married - U.S. National Reserve - Christian - Protestant - Straight -
|Info||State Representative Scott Brown was elected to the House of Representatives in 1998. Rep. Brown is now completing his third full term as State Representative. He represents the towns of Norfolk, Millis (Pct. 1), Walpole (Pct.1-6) and Wrentham, Plainville and Medfield (Pct. 3,4). |
Over the past 5 years, Scott has had a NEARLY 100% voting record. He is assigned to the Judiciary, Banks and Banking, and Government Regulations Committees.
In addition, he was elected as Class of 1999 Secretary, the only Republican
to hold a leadership position for that class.
Scott was appointed to the Veteran's Caucus and is a member of the Elder Caucus, Mental Health Caucus and Suburban Legislative Caucus.
Scott holds the rank of Major and has over 24 years of service in the Mass. Army National Guard and presently serves with the Judge Advocate General's Corp. He has been active in Homeland Security issues.
Scott is an attorney in private practice and business owner for over 17 years He understands the goals and needs of the area's businesses and has been working hard to stimulate business development throughout Massachusetts.
Scott has been married for 17 years to WCVB TV reporter Gail Huff (Brown)
and has two children, Ayla (15) and Arianna (13).
Scott Brown is a term limits advocate and will serve no more that 4 consecutive terms.
3 Term State Representative 9th Norfolk District:
- Committee Assignments: Judiciary, Government Regulations, Veterans and Ethics, Banks and Banking
Elected Class of 1999 Secretary, Veteran's Caucus, Elder Caucus, Suburban Legislative Caucus, Mental Health Caucus
3 Term Selectman, 3 Term Assessor, Town of Wrentham
Business Owner, Attorney at Law (17 years private practice)
Major and 24 year member of Mass Army National Guard (JAG)
Past President and Lions Club Member
Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce Member
|Wed May 24 18:53:27 +0000 2017 - Looking forward to opening night. Hope to see everyone there. Good job ayla. https://t.co/y4069MiU5e|
Wed May 24 01:33:32 +0000 2017 - Love the 1st half passing of the #Celtics. Reminds me of the #Spurs of a couple of years ago. What a great season. #GoCeltics
Sat May 20 21:49:51 +0000 2017 - My niece Maeve (on right) & Morgan before Portsmouth Jr Prom. Waiting to see the boys join them @ promenade walk https://t.co/ZWBnbmEQh9
Fri May 19 22:31:24 +0000 2017 - Story of my life, stuck on a tarmac in DC. Ugh. Eager to get home and relax. Have a great weekend. Go #Celtics
Wed May 17 01:38:17 +0000 2017 - Congrats #Celtics #1 pick in lottery. Thanks #DannyAinge. Go #Celts
Tue May 16 18:37:56 +0000 2017 - Big night for the #Celtics. #lottery thanks to #DannyAinge #GoCeltics
Tue May 16 02:42:11 +0000 2017 - Great series. Congrats #Celtics. Time for the real battle to begin. Great night Kelly
Mon May 15 23:26:04 +0000 2017 - Excited to watch @Isaiah_Thomas and the #Celtics play tonight. Great series. Go #celts.
Sun May 14 16:25:28 +0000 2017 - Off to moms. Happy Mother's Day to all the moms. Have a great day.
Sun May 14 13:42:01 +0000 2017 - Crappy weather day, but great 1st season opener Tri. 2nd overall. Mike Boucher 1st overall. Knee stem cells worked. https://t.co/MHULz4alzJ
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