John P. Scott Net Worth

John P. Scott Net Worth is
$4 Million

John P. Scott Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John P. Scott (c. June 12, 1933 – May 21, 2010) was an American Republican Party politician who served in the New Jersey Senate from 1992 to 1998 where he represented the 36th Legislative District, which covered Passaic and portions of southern Bergen County.Scott was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He grew up in Jersey City and graduated from William L. Dickinson High School in June 1951. He graduated from Montclair State University before serving in the United States Army. During the 1980s, Scott served as chairman of the New Jersey Conservative Caucus. Scott was campaign manager for Arthur F. Jones in his 1986 bid to unseat Congressman Robert Torricelli.A resident of Lyndhurst, Scott was elected to the State Senate in 1991, when he defeated incumbent Gabriel Ambrosio in the wake of widespread voter dissatisfaction with then-Governor of New Jersey James Florio. The feared loss of state aid to local communities under the 1990 Quality Education Act also played a role in Scott's win. The two faced off again in 1993, with Scott winning re-election by a 53%-47% margin. While serving in the Senate, Scott pushed for the elimination of wasteful spending and was an advocate for smaller government.In 1993, Scott and Senator Louis F. Kosco co-sponsored legislation to impose a commuter tax on New York residents who worked in the Garden State based on their total family income, which Kosco described as "retaliatory legislation" on behalf of the 230,000 New Jersey residents who worked in New York and were assessed taxes by that state on their income.Scott lost his seat in November 1997 to Democrat Garry Furnari. Furnari won with 55% of the vote, taking the seat of what The New York Times described as "one of the most conservative Republicans in the Legislature".He worked for New Jersey Transit after leaving elected office. Scott and his wife moved to Dingman Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania in August 2001. There he was a founder of the Dingman Township Republican Club and served on the Pike County Republican Committee. He ran in May 2007 in the Republican Party primary for the part-time position of Pike County Auditor. While in Pennsylvania, he served as an advisor to the political campaigns of several Republican candidates.Scott died at age 76 on May 21, 2010.
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Date Of Birth1933-01-01
ProfessionSound Department

Sound Department

The Singer2012/IIShort sound mixer
The Waldorf Astoria: Host to the World2008Video documentary sound recordist
Samantha Brown: Passport to Latin America2007TV Series documentary sound recordist
Day After D-Day2006TV Movie documentary audio
Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials II2002TV Special sound
Snow Dogs2002boom: Miami, Florida
Surface Calm2001Short sound
Tempted2001utility sound
Real World2000TV Series sound mixer - 3 episodes
Double Jeopardy1999cable person: New Orleans
A Murder of Crows1998second boom operator: New Orleans
Die Gang1997TV Series assistant sound - 2 episodes
French Quarter Undercover1986boom operator - as John Scott

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