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Scott Gilliland

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Scott Gilliland
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Former candidate for
Alabama Secretary of State
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Secretary of State 2010 elections
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Candidates for Secretary of State, 2010

Polls, 2010 Secretary of State elections

2010 Election information
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Statewide elections, 2010
November 2nd General Election results

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Scott Gilliland (born December 1, 1970 in Winfield, Alabama) is a Birmingham attorney. He announced his candidacy as a Democratic candidate for the statewide office of secretary of state, challenging Republican incumbent Beth Chapman for the position.[1] After securing the party nomination unopposed, he lost to Republican incumbent Beth Chapman on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010.


  • Graduated from Hamilton High School (1989)
  • Bachelor's degree, University of North Alabama (1993)
  • Juris Doctorate degree, Birmingham School of Law (1997)

Professional experience

Four years after passing the state bar, Gilliland started his own private practice law firm called the Law Office of Scott Gilliland, which focuses on appellate law, business acquisitions, contract disputes, criminal law, divorce, employment law, fraud, and personal injuries.



See also: Alabama Secretary of State election, 2010
  • 2010 Race for Secretary of State - Democratic Primary
    • Scott Gilliland ran unopposed in this contest
2010 Race for Secretary of State - General Election[2]
Party Candidate Vote Percentage
     Republican Party Approveda Beth Chapman 62.3%
     Democratic Party Scott Gilliland 37.7%
Total Votes 1,451,133

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