Scott Kendall is an experienced litigator, appellate advocate, and strategic consultant. Among his specialties is campaign and election law, and he has represented candidates for local, statewide, and national office as well as industry coalitions, non-profits, ballot measure groups, and independent campaign expenditure organizations (known as super PACs). Scott was counsel to U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski's historic 2010 write-in campaign for reelection and also served as Campaign Coordinator for her 2016 reelection campaign. From 2016 to 2018, he served as Chief of Staff to Alaska Governor Bill Walker. Scott drafted a 2014 statewide ballot measure aimed at protecting the Bristol Bay salmon fishery and more recently authored, litigated, and advised the successful ballot measure campaign to improve Alaska's statewide election system, featuring a Top 4 open primary election along with Ranked Choice Voting in the general. He earned his bachelor's degree from Western Washington University and his law degree from the University of Washington School of Law. Scott is a board member of STAR Alaska and serves as Vice Chair of the board of the Institute of the North.
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