Born and raised in Bucks County, Scott Wallace is ready to get to work to end the division and dysfunction in Washington.
It should come as no surprise that Scott Wallace has dedicated his life to public service. His great-great grandfather, Henry Wallace, served under President Roosevelt during the Great Depression and was a key architect of Social Security. Now Scott is ready to protect Social Security and Medicare, and ensure Bucks County is an area of growth and prosperity for generations to come.
After graduating from Villanova Law School, Scott made a career fighting for the voiceless and less fortunate. He served as the general counsel for two Senate committees where he was instrumental in drafting important legislation. While at the Judiciary Committee he wrote the Missing Children’s Assistance Act to help protect and find missing children. In the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, he investigated the effects of Agent Orange and ensured Vietnam veterans exposed to the chemical were properly compensated.
For the past 15 years, Scott and his wife Christy have run a successful charitable organization, the Wallace Global Fund. Their foundation has had an impact around the globe for women’s rights, funding clean energy jobs, and public health initiatives.
Now, Scott Wallace is ready to bring his experience to Congress, so Bucks County can finally have a fighter for the working class and less fortunate members of our community.
To learn about Scott Wallace, visit his website: scottwallacepa.com