The Little Rock native wants to bring a divided city together. This is the second in a series of profiles of the candidates for Little Rock mayor. Frank Scott Jr. often reminds voters that he was “born, raised and still resides in Southwest Little Rock.” A banker, pastor, former state Highway Commissioner and former senior policy adviser to Gov. Mike Beebe, Scott, at 34, is the youngest candidate in the five-man race to become the next Little Rock mayor. That he’s amassed an impressive resume at such a young age and is widely considered to be one of the top three mayoral contenders, along with Baker Kurrus and Warwick Sabin, owes to hard work, yes. But Scott says it’s also especially because he was “blessed”...
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Frank Scott Jr.: the unifier