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Scott L Nazarino U.S. Senator Washington D.C.

Scott L Nazarino

Scott L Nazarino for U.S. Senator, Washington D.C.

Location
Seattle, Washington
District / Locality
Washington D.C.
County
King
Political Affiliation
Republican
Office
U.S. Senator
Incumbency
Challenger
Election Date
02/08/2016

FULL PROFILE

Position Spectrum Key
  • NOT APPLICABLE
    N/A
  • STRONGLY OPPOSE
    O+
  • OPPOSE
    O
  • NEUTRAL
    N
  • SUPPORT
    S
  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

Quick Bio

ABOUT SCOTT Scott is an entrepreneur and has been in the Financial Services industry for close to 24 years. Scott also ran for the City Council of Sammamish in 2007 and has stood up for numerous issues since then. Scott was born in Seattle, but mostly raised in Renton and has resided in Washington his entire life. Scott is very passionate about encouraging people to be all that they can be. He believes that family should be our top priority. Scott has developed insight into our economy because of his professional financial background and personal experience. Please Visit ScottNazario.com

My Positions

SUPPORT
S

Guns

“It is written in the constitution that we have a right to bear arms and we should be able to do so.”

SUPPORT
S

Energy Technology & Coal

“How could we do such a thing? We could do that by utilizing even more of our natural resources that God already put in the ground–this includes finding more environmentally friendly solutions to extracting oil and gas energies. The additional tax revenue that could be created from these new developments along with the government focused directly on increasing more revenue through the production. ”

SUPPORT
S

Education

“We need real education reform; each individual state should be able to implement curriculum that works for the schools. If their choice is to use the Common Core Curriculum they should be able to do so without concern of losing any funding from the Federal Government.”

OPPOSE
O

Government

“We need to figure out solutions so that all parties can work together by finding common ground as much as possible. The attitudes of the Members of Congress should be addressed so that respect is a higher priority than power. When Congress quits squabbling over power and gets down to the business of the people, they can begin to serve us in a way that puts personal interest at a lower priority”

SUPPORT
S

Jobs and the Jobless

“ The economy can only be robust when we take away all of the excuses of why someone doesn’t have a job. We must be about freeing up red tape that makes it difficult for people to work or for businesses to thrive. We should look at rebuilding our infrastructure in a positive way that not only will make our nation a safer place, but will provide so many jobs that everyone”

SUPPORT
S

Choosing Our Leaders

“We all choose who we want as our leaders. The key is to put people in power who will not let pride or position get in the way of doing what’s right. We must listen to each other…our neighbors, our community leaders, even our children. No one has all of the answers. We should be about coming up with comprehensive solutions that works for all.”

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