Lucas Welcomes Scott Ferguson to Washington, D.C. Office

Feb 05, 2013
Press

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas welcomes New Braunfels, Texas native Scott Ferguson to his Washington, D.C. staff to serve as his new Legislative Assistant. Ferguson’s legislative portfolio will include budget, tax, education, government operations, small business, labor, arts and humanities, welfare, social security and social issues.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Scott to my staff,” said Lucas. “With his past work experience and education, I know he will be a great addition to my legislative staff and the constituents of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District.”

Ferguson previously worked as a staff assistant for the House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs. In the fall of 2011, he interned for the House Committee on Agriculture, on which Lucas serves as Chairman. In December 2011, Ferguson graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics.

“I am very excited to be reunited with 'Team Lucas',” said Ferguson. “I had a wonderful experience with the House Agriculture Committee and am now eager to work directly for the Congressman and the people of Oklahoma's Third Congressional District.”

Ferguson is the son of Grace and Jesse Ferguson of New Braunfels, Texas and the grandson of Linda Ferguson of Turkey, Texas.

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