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Inventory of the Scott Baugh Papers
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Description
Scott Randall Baugh, Republican, was a native Californian, born in Redding on July 4, 1962 to Helen and Cason Baugh, the fourth of five sons. The Scott Baugh Papers consist of 3.5 cubic feet of textual records reflecting Baugh's legislative activities during his 5-year career in the Assembly. The records contain Bill Files, 1995-2000 and Request Files, 1998-2000.
Background
Scott Randall Baugh, Republican, was a native Californian, born in Redding on July 4, 1962 to Helen and Cason Baugh, the fourth of five sons. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1984 at Liberty University in Virginia, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He then earned his Juris Doctor in 1987 at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, graduating fifth in his class. Baugh worked as corporate counsel for many years, most notably for Union Pacific Railroad. Though his interest in politics began during his college years when he worked as a member of the Republican Study Committee, Baugh didn't enter local politics until 1994 when he became the founding President of the Huntington Beach Republican Assembly. He was still relatively unknown when he submitted his name as a candidate to replace Doris Allen (Rep.-Cypress) in a Special Recall Election in November 1995.
Extent
3.5 cubic feet
Restrictions
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Availability
Collection is open for research.