Scott Hammond (politician)
Scott Hammond (born 1966 in Syracuse, New York) is an American politician. He was elected to the Nevada State Senate in 2012 to represent Senate District 18 which encompasses the northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley including portions of the communities of Summerlin, Centennial Hills, Tule Springs and Lone Mountain. He defeated Kelli Ross, wife of Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Ross, by 1471 votes.
|Member of the Nevada Senate|
from the 18th district
|Assumed office |
|Preceded by||Mike McGinness|
|Member of the Nevada Assembly|
from the 13th district
|Preceded by||Chad Christensen|
|Succeeded by||Paul Anderson|
|Born||1966 (age 53–54)|
Syracuse, New York
|Residence||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Alma mater||University of Nevada, Las Vegas (B.A., M.A.)|
In 2017, Scott Hammond announced his candidacy for U.S. Congress in Nevada's 3rd Congressional District.
|Republican||Scott T. Hammond||34,805||56.44%|
|Republican||Scott T. Hammond||27,364||51.38%|
|Republican||Scott T. Hammond||32,372||52.05%|
- "Many New Faces In Nevada Legislature For 2013". Las Vegas Informer, November 9, 2012.
- "State Sen. Scott Hammond files to run for Congress". Las Vegas Review-Journal. 2017-07-06.
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