Name Scott Warmuth
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Scott Warmuth (born July 30, 1955) is an attorney practicing in the city of Los Angeles. Believed to be the youngest politician elected in the State of Washington, Warmuth became a city council member at the age of 18. He is now the senior partner of The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth, A Professional Corporation.
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Early political career
On November 6, 1973, Warmuth was elected city council member in Lake Forest Park, Washington and is believed to be the youngest elected politician in the state. He registered to run for office on his 18th birthday and ordered 500 brochures as he initiated a door-to-door campaign. Warmuth ran uncontested against the incumbent Gordon Skelton and campaigned under the platform of safer school sidewalks and preservation of the city's park-like atmosphere. Warmuth won the election with 340 votes to Gordon's 299 and went on to serve as city council member for two years until 1975.
Warmuth earned his Bachelor’s degree from New College in 1978 and his J.D. Cum Laude from the University of San Diego in 1983. He also attended the Institute of Comparative and International Law of Oxford University in 1981. He is a member of the California Bar as well as the United States District Court for the Central District of California, the United States Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
After serving as a city councilman for the city of Lake Forest Park, Washington, Scott Warmuth served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in South Korea from 1979 to 1980. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of California and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Warmuth is actively involved in his community and his personal activities include chartering the Alhambra Lions Club, sponsoring community events and hosting Chinese radio shows concerning the law. He can also converse in Mandarin.