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Phillips aims to curb spending, maintain county for years to come

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By Caroline Curran, Reporter

In a profession where most politicians campaign to promise change and lower taxes, Scott Phillips ran for county commissioner for a different reason—his children.

Phillips was elected Brunswick County Commissioner on Nov. 4, his first elected position, when he defeated incumbent Tom Rabon 25,036 votes to 22,225 votes.

The decision to run for county commissioner was a difficult one, he said, but he ultimately decided to run for his children and their future.

Phillips and his wife Shannon have two sons, ages 7 and 9, and a 2½-year-old daughter.


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