Scott Taylor

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Scott Taylor
Former U.S. Representative from Virginia's 2nd Congressional District
From: January 3, 2017 – January 3, 2019
Predecessor Scott Rigell
Successor Elaine Luria
Former Member of the Virginia House of Delegates from the 85th District
From: January 8, 2014 – January 3, 2017
Predecessor Bob Tata
Successor Rocky Holcomb
Party Republican
Religion Protestant[1]

Scott William Taylor (born June 27, 1979, age 41) was the U.S. representative from the 2nd congressional district of Virginia from 2017 to 2019. His life is one defined by leadership, service and innovation; after high school, Taylor enlisted in the U.S. Navy, becoming the youngest Navy SEAL at the age of 19. He also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he was injured in a fall during a combat mission in 2005.[2] In addition, he spent over 8 years in the SEAL teams and spent 2 years teaching his fellow SEALs marksmanship and reconnaissance.

Scott Taylor is also an entrepreneur. While in the military, he started a small business and currently owns and operates a real estate brokerage company, a fitness center, and a security consulting firm.

Despite having lost re-election to a second House term in the 2018 midterms,[3] Taylor is running for his old seat in the 2020 U.S. House elections.


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