About State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick
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Scott Fitzpatrick was sworn in as Missouri’s 47th Treasurer on January 14, 2019.

As Treasurer, Scott is fighting to promote government transparency and efficiency. His record as Chairman of the House Budget Committee reflects his commitment to fiscally conservative values as well as his support for small businesses and Missouri families.

Scott was first elected State Representative in 2012, at the age of 25, to represent Barry and portions of Stone and Lawrence counties. He served as Chairman of the House Budget Committee in 2017 and 2018. Under Scott’s conservative leadership, the State’s budget surplus nearly tripled to almost $500 million, while Missouri schools were fully funded for the first time in nearly a decade.

Scott understands the needs of Missouri’s business-owners. When he was 17 years-old, Scott started his own company, MariCorp US., a Shell Knob-based marine manufacturing and construction company that does business coast-to-coast. His experience growing his company inspired him to run for office to fight unnecessary red tape and burdensome regulations.

He is a member of the Cassville, Shell Knob and Monett chambers of commerce and has been recognized in Springfield Business Journal’s “40 under 40

A lifelong Missourian, Scott graduated from Cassville High School and the University of Missouri. He and his wife Mallory have two sons, Luke and Carson.