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Published March 13, 2024

Burlingame Announces for City Council

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Scott Burlingame (Photo: submitted)
Scott Burlingame (Photo: submitted)

Scott Burlingame release


MINOT — Scott Burlingame, incumbent member of the Minot City Council formally declares his candidacy for re-election, vowing to continue his tireless efforts in serving the community and advancing its interests.
Having been elected to fill an unexpired term on City Council in November 2022, Burlingame has been a driving force behind initiatives aimed at improving childcare services and fostering a stronger sense of community cohesion. Notably, Burlingame, eschewing traditional politics, emphasizes his dedication to being a voice of positivity and unity in a political landscape often marred by division.


Reflecting on his time in office, Burlingame remarked, "It has been an honor to work alongside the residents of Minot, and I am deeply grateful for the progress we have achieved together. However, the work is not done. We have real problems facing this city, including a childcare crisis, a housing shortage, and the ongoing costs associated with flood control. I look forward to bringing people together to face the challenges that lie ahead."
Throughout his tenure, Burlingame has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to community engagement in governance, ensuring that every voice is heard and valued. He pledges to continue advocating for essential issues such as infrastructure improvement, support for local businesses, and enhancing public safety measures.
As Burlingame embarks on his re-election campaign, he expresses gratitude for the unwavering support of the community and looks forward to engaging with residents to discuss their concerns, aspirations, and ideas.
About Scott Burlingame:
Scott Burlingame has served on the Minot City Council since November 2022. He has been the Executive Director of Independence Inc., a Resource Center for Independent Living in Minot, North Dakota for 13 years and he has worked in the Disability Rights movement for 23 years. Scott has been appointed by the Governor to serve on the State Independent Living Council, the state Olmstead Commission, and the State Rehabilitation Council. He has served on numerous other local, statewide, and national nonprofit boards.
He has been married to his wife Kim for 25 years, and has two sons and two grandsons.

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