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   Hanover GOP district chair Scott Wyatt announces supervisor bid
     Posted: Saturday, February 7, 2015 5:00 PM  - Richmond Times Dispatch

                                                                   Scott Wyatt announced his bid for Republican nomination for the Cold Harbor district supervisors                                                                            seat Saturday. Elton J. Wade Sr. will not seek re-election.
                                                                   Scott Wyatt  Age: 51
                                                                   Family: Wife, Terri and two grown daughters who attended Hanover County Public Schools.
                                                                   Job: Operations manager, Verizon
                                                                   Background: Appointed by supervisor Elton J. Wade Sr. to the Parks and Recreation advisory commission in 2006                                                                        and has served as chairman twice in 2008 and 2014


  

By LAURA KEBEDE Richmond Times-Dispatch  


   A Hanover County Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission member appointed by retiring Supervisor Elton J. Wade Sr. announced his bid Saturday for the Republican nomination to take Wade’s place.

Scott Wyatt, 51, said he plans to continue Wade’s emphasis on conservative values and limited government while supporting schools and public safety. He announced his bid Saturday afternoon at Treats & Treasures Country Store at Ellyson’s Garage in Hanover’s Cold Harbor District, which is the area he is running to represent.

Wyatt, an operations manager for Verizon, became chairman of the Cold Harbor District for the Hanover GOP last year and has been a member of the party for five years. He has served on the parks commission since 2006 and was elected chairman in 2008 and 2014. He said his experience in the private sector and as a longtime community member will give him perspective to hold Hanover government accountable.


“I believe in strong, conservative values ... limited government but transparent government so we’re open to the people so people can see how their tax dollars are used,” he said. “I want to carry that same mind-set that works in the private sector.”

Wade, who announced his retirement Friday, is throwing his support behind Wyatt.

Wyatt and his wife, Terri, have lived in the district for 23 years and have two daughters who attended Hanover Public Schools.

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