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Before entering politics, Scott was the foundation principal of Makoura College in Masterton. Scott unsuccessfully contested the Tarawera electorate in 1981. He represented the electorate of Tongariro in Parliament from 1984 to 1990, when he was defeated by Ian Peters, one of a number of losses contributing to the fall of the Fourth Labour Government.
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