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Scott was born in North Charleston, South Carolina, the son of a nursing assistant named Frances and Ben Scott Sr. His parents divorced when he was seven years old. His mother worked 16-hour days to support her family, which included Tim’s brothers, and he grew up in working-class poverty. His older brother serves as a sergeant major in the United States Army. His younger brother is a colonel in the United States Air Force. Scott attended R.B. Stall High School. He attended Presbyterian College on a football scholarship from 1983 to 1984 and graduated from Charleston Southern University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science in political science. Scott is also a graduate of South Carolina’s Palmetto Boys State programmer.

Scott ran in a special election in February 1995 for the at-large Charleston County Council seat vacated by Keith Summery, who resigned after being elected mayor of North Charleston. Scott won the seat as a Republican, receiving nearly 80% of the vote in the white-majority district, which has voted Republican since the late 20th century. 14] Formalized paraphrase He became South Carolina’s first black Republican elected to any office since the late 1800s. Scott served on the County Council with Paul Thurmond, the son of U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond. Scott ran against Democratic State Senator Robert Ford in South Carolina’s 42nd Senate district in 1996, but lost. Scott had been enticed.

In 2008, incumbent Republican State Representative Tom Dantzler announced his intention to retire. Scott decided to run for his seat in District 117 of the South Carolina House of Representatives, with the help of advisors such as Nicolas Muzin, and won the Republican primary with 53 percent of the vote, defeating Bill Crosby and Wheeler Tillman. He won the general election unopposed, becoming South Carolina’s first Republican African American State Representative in more than a century.

Scott ran for lieutenant governor but dropped out to run for South Carolina’s 1st congressional district after Republican incumbent Henry Brown announced his retirement. The first district is based in Charleston and encompasses roughly 3/4 of the state’s coastline. Scott finished first in the nine-candidate Republican primary on June 8, receiving 32% of the vote. Paul Thurmond, a fellow Charleston County Councilman, came in second with 16 percent. Carroll A. A. Campbell Jr., came in third place with 14 percent. Larry Kobrovsky, a member of the Charleston County School Board, came in fourth place with 11 percent. Five other candidates received single-digit percentages.

Personal Profile of Tim Scott

  • Name: Tim Scott
  • Date of Birth: 19 September 1965
  • Age: 55 Years
  • Birth Sign: Virgo
  • Nationality: American
  • Parents: Ben Scott Sr., Frances Scott
  • Siblings: Ben Scott Jr.
  • Birth Place/City: North Charleston, South California, U.S
  • Profession: Politician and Businessman

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Number: 202-224-6121

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104 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-6121
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Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: 803-771-6112
Fax: (855) 802-9355

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