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Scott Baugh Biography, Age, Career, Marital Status, Salary, and Net Worth.
Who is Scott Baugh?
Scott Randall Baugh is an American prominent attorney and politician who served in the California State Assembly from 1995 to 2000, representing the 67th District in coastal Orange County which included Huntington Beach, Cypress, Fountain Valley, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Seal Beach, Westminster, Rossmoor, Sunset Beach, Surfside, and Midway City.
Scott in March 2018 entered the “top two” primary race for California’s 48th congressional district seat for the 2018 midterm elections held by Dana Rohrabacher. He thus finished fourth in the primary. In March 1996, he was accused of multiple counts of felony and misdemeanor campaign fraud, However, the criminal case was eventually dropped but Scott pled guilty to several civil violations and thus paid $47,900 in fines. Moreover, he is a candidate for California’s 47th congressional district in the 2022 election.
How Old Is Scott Baugh?
He is 59 years old as of June 2022, having been born on July 4, 1962, in Redding, California, U.S. Scott shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Sophie Fergi, Post Malone, Sydney Serena, Jasmine Gonzalez, Harrison Osterfield, and many more.
Scott Baugh Family
Who are Scott Baugh’s Parents?
He was born to Cson Baugh (Father) and Helen (Mother).
Does Scott Baugh have Siblings?
He has four brothers, however, his brother’s names and whereabouts are not mentioned on the internet.
Scott Baugh Education
He received his education at Liberty University where he graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration graduating summa cum laude. Later he earned his Juris Doctor in 1987 with honors from the McGeorge School of Law.
Scott Baugh Marital Status
He is married to the love of his life Wendy. They married in 1997.
Scott Baugh Kids
He and his wife Wendy have one kid, a son. However, his kid’s name is not mentioned on the internet.
Scott Baugh Career
A Career in the 1995 Election
A Republican Assemblywoman Doris Allen 1995 was elected Assembly Speaker solely with the votes of Democratic Assembly members. Her defection prevented Assembly Republicans, who had a bare majority, from electing their choice as a speaker. And thus California Republican leaders immediately began organizing a recall election. Recall proponents submitted on September 11, 1995, a recall petition with more than 26,000 signatures and thus qualifying the recall for the ballot.
On November 28, 1995, the recall election took place and Allen was recalled by an overwhelming margin with 65.19% voting to recall her. On the replacement ballot, Scott ran as a candidate and was endorsed by Governor Pete Wilson, the Republican Party of Orange County. The replacement ballot candidates in addition to Scott had candidates including Huntington Beach Councilman Don McAllister; businesswoman Haydee V. Tillotson; Huntington Beach City School District Trustee Shirley Carey; and Linda Moulton-Patterson.
Two weeks before the election, Tillotson withdrew from the race citing concern her continued candidacy would siphon Republican votes and allow Moulton-Patterson, the lone Democrat on the ballot, to win the replacement election. However, Tillotson’s name was not removed from the ballot and he also did not endorse another candidate. In the replacement election, Scott won by a large margin getting 40.9% of the vote. While Moulton-Patterson finished second with 28.6%, McAllister came in third with 10.1%, Tillotson came fourth with 6.56%, and Carey last with 4.16%. In April 1999, Scott was elected by his GOP colleagues to serve as Assembly Republican Leader a post he held until he was termed out in December of 2000.
An Orange County Republican Party Career
Scott was elected on April 19, 2004, as chairman of the Republican Party of Orange County, where he succeeded Tom Fuentes. In January 2015 he stepped down as Party Chair and was replaced by Fred Whitaker. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in March 2007 seeking the GOP nomination for president in 2008, announced Scott would serve as a member of his California statewide finance committee.
A 2022 U.S. House Campaign
Scott is a candidate for California’s 47th congressional district in the 2022 election.
Scott Baugh Height and Measurements
His body measurements are not mentioned on the internet.
Scott Baugh’s Salary and Net Worth
His salary is not dated on the internet and has an estimated net worth of between $1m and $5m