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Friday, May 22, 2020 11:40 PM

All About Me and my thoughts!

I believe this to be a civic duty, an honor, and a pleasure to serve the American people, especially those from District 7 in TN. I am not looking for a paycheck. I am not looking for fame and fortune. I am not looking for my own Wikipedia page. I am looking to give EVERYDAY, AVERAGE, BLUE COLLAR, HARD WORKING, and POOR AMERICANS, a voice from within Congress. I understand, if elected, that a salary is given. I WILL WORK HARD FOR THAT SALARY. I will put in long hours Monday through Friday, doing MY JOB and EARNING my paycheck. It's time that we get back to our Founding Fathers original basic principles. For all other inquiries, please use the menu to navigate to the "Issues" page. For recent news and updates, please follow the appropriate tabs under the Menu tab. If you would like to volunteer, please go to the "Volunteer" page and fill out the required form. If you are willing to contribute to my campaign, please go to the "Donations" tab, under the Menu. There should be a link, that takes you to the website, that explains the Contribution laws and any penalties that may concur, if in violation of the campaign finance laws. If you would like to subscribe to the page, for frequent and updated news and events, please go to the respective page and send us your email. This way, you can stay up-to-date on current news dealing with the campaign, and any new events that may be scheduled, to include new "Campaign Conversations", where they will be, when, at what address, and at what time. To find out who currently is apart of my political organization "Scott Vieira For Congress" please look under the "Contacts" page. All volunteers information, to include their email, should be available. I have also gave instructions under my Contact info, in case you are interested in calling me and having a conversation with me. Don't ever be afraid to reach out to me. Even if elected, please reach out to me, and hold me accountable for any and all actions, that you believe were inappropriate. I want to be the Candidate who is different and actually takes the time to listen to, and have a conversation with, my fellow Tennesseans and my fellow Americans.

Saturday, March 28, 2020 10:17 PM

This currently sucks!

With all this hype and panic about COVID-19 our campaign, unfortunately, has come to a grinding halt. With only being able to do things online and not being able to get out and about and set up actual events, like fundraisers and such, this is putting a damper on the progress we were making.  Hopefully the restrictions and such will become less restrictive, allowing me to get back to doing what I was doing.  While I personally think things are a bit outrageous, I understand those who are worried.  As a realist I understand that we cannot protect ourselves from germs and bacteria 100% of the time and no matter what we do, things like this will continue to happen throughout our life.  So, for me it's just another day.  For everyone else, stay safe, wash your hands, and do your best to enjoy yourself if you can!

Once this is all over with, I will be back on the grind again!

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 11:17 PM

Campaign Conversation scheduled

We have gone ahead and scheduled a campaign conversation! This conversation will be held on Facebook, from my Facebook page, on March 16, 2020. This is due to the public safety and health due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). While I do not believe the media hype, it may be best to start out this way, instead of with a public venue, where some people may feel they are more at risk for exposure! So, in order to adapt to this spreading virus and the growing hysteria, the best way to start out, would be to hold a conversation using technology, where people may interact comfortable within their own homes, keeping down the risk of exposure! So, follow me on Facebook at "Scott Vieira for U.S. House of Representatives Tennesse's District 7." 


We will also be handing out flyers to local businesses over the next couple of days in Humphreys County, to include the cities of Waverly, McEwen, and New Johnsonville! Please also note, that this is not how I will conduct all of my Conversations! This is just how we will start out! Hopefully in the upcoming days, weeks, or even possibly months, the virus will get contained and we will be able to switch to public venues! Until then, this is the best way to move forward and minimize risk! 


Hope to see you there on Monday! 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 5:51 PM

Official Candidate



I received the phone call today!  I officially have 25 verified signatures and will be on the ballot!  I can officially start taking donations and setting up for my first "Campaign Conversation!"  I'm so excited.  This is the beginning of a long and powerful journey!  Hopefully it will end with succeeding to being voted in, but if not, than at least I gave it a try!  So, from here on out, be looking out for my events!  Subscribe to the page so you get notified when events and news are uploaded.  I will be tackling this head on!  I will be going to look for sponsors and hopefully be able to do a fundraiser soon, in order to help with getting contributions and such, for the campaign trail!  If you are willing to contribute it will be appreciated.  If not, then the ability to get my name out there and my website, is greatly appreciated as well.  So, I just wanted to give the great news, so everyone knows, that it is official!  I will be contacting Facebook and a few other sites, so they will have the information that they need in order to know that I am for sure, an actual candidate, verified by the State Elections Coordinator!  I will be on the ballot for November 3, 2020.  I will not be on the ballot in August, as I am not running with a primary party!  I am a 3rd party ticket member!  So, with that, I will end this and get to work! Hope to see you at one of the "Campaign Conversations!'  As always, never be afraid to contact me with any questions, concerns, or just to chat!

Thursday, March 5, 2020 5:17 PM

All paperwork turned in again, waiting on the State Elections Coordinator

So, last time I posted a news event, I had only 21 verified signatures.  Since then, I have got another 12 signatures.  As with the first time, now it is just waiting for Humphrey's County to verify the signatures and send that information to the State Elections Coordinator.  I feel a little bad though.  Tuesday, Super Tuesday, night I emailed her, thinking she wouldn't get the message until the morning, since it was like between 10 and midnight.  I didn't think they would be working through the night, dealing with counting votes and stuff still.  So, I feel bad because I actually bothered her during her time of work with Super Tuesday.  It takes a lot longer to count votes than I expected it too.  That's my bad, and if Britney McDaniel ever reads this, my apologies.  So, that's where we are currently at.  I have been handing out flyers in Waverly and McEwen.  We have been exploring different places for venues, so when 4 more signatures are verified, we will be all set and ready to go.  Besides that, Spring Break is next week for me, as a college student.  I have been focusing most of my efforts on college this past week, since we turned in the new petition.  Luckily, this time, we personally delivered it to Britney ourselves, saving us an entire week of it going through the USPS.  So, with that, and midterms all this week, my main focus has been on college.  Will update more during my Spring Break, as we give it until Monday to hear something, before we start calling around and asking questions, since we have already lost such precious time.  Until then, enjoy the new warmer weather, say a prayer (if you're into that) for those affected by the Tornado, and enjoy as much time as you can with your family!

Thursday, February 27, 2020 8:46 PM

Another set back, Feb. 29 event cancelled, but such is life

So, the state only verified 21 out of the 26 signatures we--my wife and I--obtained.  So, it's back to the grind.  We are working on getting another 10-15 signatures, so this way we know that at least 4 will be verified.  Instead of waiting for the USPS to get it to them, we are going to deliver it to them ourselves.  Hopefully, this will speed up the process and will get myself officially on the ballot.  With this, the event originally scheduled on February 29, 2020 at the Elks Lodge in Waverly, TN has been cancelled.  It is not only due to the signatures, but the gentleman, Andy James, who does the reservations, decided he was never going to get back to us about it.  Even if he had, we would have postponed, but at least we could've just rescheduled to a different date.  Instead, we are going to seek a different venue for our first Campaign Conversation.  This time, the first one will most likely be in Lawrenceburg, TN, while we explore more options in Waverly and McEwen.  Lawrenceburg is a good place to start as well.  Hopefully this will be around Saturday, March 14, 2020, which is during the weekend of my Spring Break at APSU.  I will have the whole week to relax and prepare, as long as 4 signatures have been verified for by the Elections Coordinator Office.  Britney McDaniel is working with myself and my wife (she's the Treasurer) on getting all this situated and handled as soon as possible.  She is awesome.  Very respectful and knowledgeable about what needs to happen and the best route to take.  I don't know if everyone goes through her, but I'm glad I do.  Anyways, just two more bumps in the road, but that's okay.  Such is life and we are continuing along with our journey.  Until next time, enjoy your weekend.  Will give another update tomorrow on the progress of getting the signatures and bringing the paperwork to the Elections Coordinator.  Have a great weekend.

Saturday, February 22, 2020 10:10 PM

Just some of my thoughts and a chance to just talk to my supporters/fellow Tennesseans

I am so excited about the upcoming election and the road ahead to try and obtain enough voters to be elected.  I truly feel the way I am going to go about this is something my fellow Tennesseans will actually enjoy.  This is me being optimistic.  I truly do not know if I will actually ever garnish support or anything of the such.  I just feel that what my plans are, are actually a great thing and that people will like it.  One of my friends asked me the other day, "So, what are you going to promise or say to people, who come to your function or meet on the street, to persuade them to vote for you?"  In all honesty, as a friend of mine, I was surprised by the question.  If they know anything about me, then they know asking that question is a waste of time.  As Al Pacino once said, while portraying Antonio Montana, "A man has his word and his balls, and I don't break them for nobody" (Scarface).  I truly believe in that.  I will not make a promise to anyone, unless I truly intend to keep that promise.  So, I cannot promise that I will vote against certain legislation, unless I am 100% sure, its legislation that I feel would harm America.  I will not promise to come to your house and handle these problems you're having, unless I really could.  I will not LIE to anyone either.  I am a very honest, transparent, blunt, and outspoken person, and I tend to stay that way.  Ask me anything and I will give you the honest truth, no matter how bad it may reflect on me, because eventually, especially in politics, the dirty laundry comes out.  So, might as well not lie, even if it's used against me in the long run.  I am not going to PERSUADE anyone to vote for me either.  I will leave the decision to vote up to the voter.  Maybe in the beginning they want to vote for me, but then they go to another campaign and hear another candidates policies and ideas and believe they are better.  As long as people are voting because they took the time to think about policies as a whole, instead of a party, then I am happy.  If anyone votes for me, I will be very grateful for their votes.  I will be happy and excited.  But, I will not say or do things, just to grab votes.  We have to many politicians doing that already, and if no one has noticed, our current state of politics is more like a circus.  If anything, continuously seeing our politicians pine to the American people, lie to them, use them as pawns in their political games, and constantly shout that they know what we want, when, they've never even took the time to talk to us.  Yes, we may have voted for them, based upon their party affiliation or their ideas, but, how many of us voted for our incumbent of District 7, Mark Green, and now every time he votes on legislation, it's the same as his ideas that he told us?  I don't know.  They never take the time to listen to our grievances either.  Almost every time you contact them, you get the secretary and then when you get a call back, it's the same person.  It's never the actual representative.  At least in my experience.  I have emailed Senator Blackburn countless times about problems with the VA and every time, I never actually hear from the Senator.  Yes, they are busy doing their thing, but they have time to make actual phone calls, send personal emails, or something.  They are not working 24/7 with no down time.  These are the things I am hoping to change.  Yes, if elected you will talk to a secretary when you call, but, when I have the time, I will personally call people back.  Supporters or not.  Why?  Because this gives people the feeling that their opinions, ideas, and grievances actually matter.  And, trust me, to me, they do.  Even if we disagree or don't see eye to eye, doesn't mean your opinions, ideas, and grievances don't matter.  I would rather you hear directly from me on the issue you are having and the way we are going about trying to help you, then to hear an automated machine or a secretary.  I will make the time.  Because, my fellow Tennesseans, especially those in District 7 and all Americans, and their well being, matters to me.  


So, I will not pine, use you as a pawn, lie, make a ton of promises, or beg for your vote.  I will not tell you voting for another candidate is stupid or is going to ruin America.  Instead, I am going to be honest, treat you like you matter, promise that I will be your voice, promise to listen to you, and actually take the time to tell you, that you should listen to every candidate that is running, and then base your vote on who you believe holds the same values as you do.  If that is me, THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH!  It's truly appreciated.  If it's not, then no hard feelings.  You made a decision and voted for what you thought was best, and I do not blame you.  All I will ever ask anyone, is just to think and vote on policies, not on party.


For the longest time, we have been voting Democrat or Republican, expecting different outcomes, yet, getting the same results.  It's the definition of insanity.  There are an infinite amount of ways to run government, why we constantly only vote for two is baffling, and to be quite honest, for me, it's getting to the point where I don't know what's up or down anymore.  Yes, our economy is doing great.  But, as we all know, it only takes the wrong President, either Democrat or Republican to take that away.  President George W. Bush was a Republican and he sent us into a recession.  President Obama had nowhere to go but up, since we were already so down (although there is no viable facts to prove he saved us from a depression).  So, let's try something new.  Someone who holds some of the values of both parties, but has NEW, INTERESTING ideas and does things a different way.  Let's take the chance to see if new politics works.  If not, well, than once again no hard feelings.  All I ask is that you THINK and not just vote a certain way out of spite or hatred or malice or just because they are Democrat/Republican.  


Well, I hope that you'se have enjoyed reading this or in some way it has shed light on somethings.  I'll be honest, I don't know if anyone ever will come to this website, if anyone ever will read this, yet, I keep it updated as much as possible--as I do my Facebook and Twitter (got Instagram now too!)--because there is a chance that I will get supporters, sponsors, or endorsements.  So, I will continue to do my job, even when no one is looking, because the Marine Corps taught me about integrity.  


I hope everyone enjoys the road ahead, keeps up with the politics of our country, and most importantly, lives the best life possible.


Thanks for reading,

Scott A. Vieira Jr (Veteran's Party of America) (Constitutionalist)

Saturday, February 22, 2020 10:00 PM

The Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

Today I received a very awesome thing.  I received a vanilla envelop from the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives.  Inside was a booklet on what I am supposed to do as a candidate when making Financial Disclosure Statements, directly to the House of Representatives.  This is only done if the Federal government has verified you as an actual candidate.  Needless to say, I was very excited about getting it.  I did what was asked of me, filed what I could electronically, and Monday will be mailing the required forms back to them as per the law.  Since I received this information, as a candidate, I could not be more excited.  This means, legally, I am taking all the correct steps necessary in order to become an official candidate.  An official candidate is just someone who's name will be on the ballot.  This is exciting!  I am so ready for the state of Tennessee to finish up verifying the voters signatures I obtained, so I can start doing my campaigning.   Hopefully, by the end of the upcoming week, I will be officially on the ballot and I can keep my event scheduled for the 29th!  Anyways, just wanted to share my exciting news.  I hope those who come to my website and read this, find it just as exciting, even if it's been a while and you're here a few months down the road, just to check me out.  To me, my name getting out there, good or bad (although I hope it's not a lot of bad lol), has lead people to actually check me out, and maybe even garnish some supporters.  Until the next time, have a great rest of you weekend, and enjoy your religious day tomorrow (Sunday).

Friday, February 21, 2020 12:01 AM

Event scheduled

We have scheduled an event for Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm at the Elks Lodge in Waverly.  The address is 920 W. Main St. Waverly, TN 37185.  For any information, please feel free to check under the "Events" tab, and it should have a phone number to contact for the event.  This is my phone number and I will gladly answer any questions you may have about the event.  We will be making flyers in the next few days and handing them out, putting them in mailboxes, and hopefully, they will be found in some of the local businesses in Waverly and McEwen.  I am hoping that residents from Waverly and McEwen will come out and have a conversation with me.  My idea for my political rallies has been outlined on this page, and I encourage all my visitors to see what I mean by "Campaign Conversations."  My idea is to only use about 15-20 minutes to introduce myself and give you a little insight about me.  After that, I will encourage the audience to ask questions about the issues, my life, or they can tell me their grievances and/or opinions on what should be done.  I plan on allowing 15-20 minutes for each person who would like to ask questions and have a small conversation with me.  These events WILL BE TAPED, and the videos will be uploaded to this website and our Facebook.  Possibly even our Twitter.  This way the word will be able to get out about how we are doing things, in hopes of bringing in bigger crowds with various viewpoints.  The camera will be situated on me.  There will be a person afterwards, before uploading, who will transcribe the videotape, so this way we can take down your ideas, opinions, or grievances, and if elected, will take those to Congress with me, and use them as a way to create legislation.  Who knows better for the country, then the people themselves, right?  Well, that's the idea.  So, please come out, look for the flyers, and as always, "Vote policies, not party. Let's make society civil again!"

Thursday, February 20, 2020 11:56 PM


I have submitted and been accepted by Ballotpedia.  They are a neutral website who do their best to keep up with all the candidates running for election, whether it be local, state, or federal.  I completed the survey, sent in my picture, and have been accepted by their members.  Please feel free to check them out at or search "TN Congressional District 7" and look for the link that takes you to Ballotpedia.  There are two other candidates currently listed on their website and I encourage everyone to check them out.  We should always be willing to listen to different viewpoints and policies, not just voting based on party affiliation.  While the other candidates profiles on Ballotpedia have not been completely updated, I would check them out anyways, as Ballotpedia also tries to make sure they have a link to the candidates website.  A candidates website, like this one, lays out where they stand on the issues and many other things that they feel is necessary for the American people to know.  So, when you have some time, please feel free to check them out, click on my name and check out my responses to the survey I took for Ballotpedia.  Until next time my fellow Americans, always remember "Policies over party."

Thursday, February 20, 2020 11:41 PM

TN Elections Coordinator

The Tennessee Elections Coordinator has finally received my "Qualifying Candidate Petition."  As per regulations when running for Congress, a person must get at least 25 signatures from registered voters within their district.  This basically petitions the state to put a hopeful candidate on the ballot, allowing them to run a campaign to gain the voters confidence and hopefully their vote.  I got my petition on February 3, 2020, got the required amount of signatures, actually got 26, and sent in the petition on February 10, 2020.  I sent it through certified mail from Waverly, TN to the Elections Coordinator in Nashville, TN.  I am unsure as to why, even with the holiday, it took so long to be couriered to the correct place, given that Waverly is but an hour and a half drive to Nashville.  Even with the hiccup, I received an email today from the Elections Coordinator, letting me the paperwork had been received and the signatures are currently being verified.  As long as at least 25 signatures are verified, I should become an official candidate for Tennessee's Congressional District 7.  In an early "News" related article, I posted all the counties that were within this district, so please feel free to check the article out, so you know if you fall within the district when it comes time for voting.  Also, please keep up with our Events, as hopefully, I will be able to hold one of my "Campaign Conversations" soon.  Flyers will be made and handed out within the local community.  My first one is hopefully going to be February 29, 2020, at the Elks Lodge in Waverly, and I am hoping to see Waverly and McEwen residents there.  Elections are very important and everyone should be involved and know all the candidates involved in the election.  Always stay knowledgeable, and in my opinion, never vote for a Candidate, just because of their party affiliation.  Always vote for the best policies, you believe, would be best for our district and our country.  Until next time, have a wonderful weekend!

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 7:29 PM

"Campaign Conversations" not "Rally"

Hello my fellow Tennesseans, and possibly other fellow Americans who don't reside in the state of TN, 


I Scott A. Vieira Jr, am creating this article in the hopes that I can explain to you the idea that I have for what would be considered a rally.  During campaign rallies, I feel like all we do is listen to the person who is trying to get elected, but we are never allowed to ask questions.  While this is how things are normally done, and allows the candidate to talk about the issues and the reasons why they feel like they are the best person to represent you, I am not wanting to do that.  Instead, I have developed an idea that I like to call "Campaign Conversations."  

What are "Campaign Conversations?"  Think of this as an experiment, but please, don't let it persuade you not to come out.  We should always go to events, dealing with our possible representatives, even those we don't align with, so we can hear what they have to say, which in turn, would help us decide how we would like to vote.  During these "Rallies," most of the time, the people sit there and listen to the representative ramble on about the issues and such, and why you should vote for them.  For me, and my political organization, we have decided, instead of me rambling on about the issues, and asking for your vote, we are going to have conversations with the people.  This is what I mean, when I say, "Campaign Conversations."


What happens at one of these "Conversations?"  During these "Conversations," I will come out and speak for roughly 15 minutes of the time we have for the venue.  I will tell you who I am, where I grew up, some information about my life, and nothing more.  From there, I will open the floor to the people there, and give them roughly, 15-20 minutes, to ask questions about the issues, or whatever they would like to know.  I will answer the questions, and also give the person asking the question, a chance to make a rebuttal, or tell me why they agree or disagree with me.  The plan is to get as many people as possible to ask questions, while also allowing them enough time to make a rebuttal, or just have a CONVERSATION.  This will also open the floor for the people to tell me what their issues are and what they would personally like to see tackled.  It will also allow them to help me formulate ideas for possible legislation.  I will have a volunteer there, who will take your name, and then take down the possible ideas you have, so this way, you know that I am actually listening to what you want, and if your idea is good enough, and I am elected, then you will know that your idea helped to stimulate the legislation, and in turn, hopefully, you will feel like you truly are actively participating in the legislation passed within our country, by Congress.


What kind of questions can I ask?  You can ask questions about certain issues, ask me questions about my personal life, or almost any other questions, that you feel, would give you an opportunity to understand my position on certain issues, or in someway, will be able to help you understand who I am as a person.  Both, of which, is and should be relevant, as to helping you decide on whether or not you will vote for me or not.  So, feel free to make a list of questions that you would like, and if you can, be able to ask them within the 15-20 minute time frame we are giving to people who want to ask.  DO NOT BE AFRAID to ask me questions.  In order to have a conversation, we must be able to ask questions, while also actively listening.  


Why are you doing this, other than the traditional way?  Our country has currently become a cesspool of individuals, who will not have a conversation with opposing viewpoints.  I feel like this would be a great way to tackle that issue, and hopefully, open people up to the idea, of just talking, and discussing ideas.  If we could make more people, just sit down and have conversations with each other, and pass around political ideas, I believe could make actual progress from within our community and country.  If all we are going to do, is yell and scream, and call each other nasty things, we are not actually making progress.  It is very hindering to scream and yell, and call each other names, where a simple conversation, could possibly help the situation better.  We should always be open to new ideas, and varying opinions, as that's how we learn to compromise, and compromising is a great way to make actual progress in our country.  So, I am hoping, if this becomes a hit, more people will be open to the idea, and we can actually get a bunch of different, varying opinions, and be able to pass around ideas.  If at the end of the day, we leave it at, "Agree to disagree", that's fine.  As long as we have had a respectful political discourse, where we were able to listen to each other, without all the nonsense, then we are still making progress, and that is what it's all about, as progress is what we would all love to see keep happening in our country!


All in all, I believe, this would be more productive, then people listening to me ramble on and on about the issues.  With this idea, you would have the chance to tell me your ideas as well, and like recently stated, those ideas will be put down, and possibly, if I'm elected, be used in shaping legislation that I plan on championing in our Federal Congress.  I believe, if you feel like your ideas are actually being heard, you will feel more fulfilled with someone who has actually took the time to listen, and possibly, even respond too.  I believe that we should have a say from within inside our government.  Is it not tiring hearing "I know what the American people want" on the news all the time, yet the person has never even actually sat down and talked to you?  Even if you agree with what he says, he still actually hasn't took the time to talk to you, so how would he know what's best for you?  He doesn't even know you or has took the time to talk to you.  I don't want to be that kind of elected official.  I truly want to hear your ideas, your grievances, and have a conversation with you, so if I am elected, I could truly say, "I know so and so, agrees with me, and through their ideas, I have helped design legislation, that I know will benefit them, because I took the time to talk with them, and hear them out!"  That is my plan.  

I hope this has been informative for you, and has answered the basic questions as to what my plans are!  So, come out to one of my events, I don't mind what political party you associate with, and have a conversation with me.  Let's have a conversation and see if we can come to a compromise, so everyone feels like their ideas and opinions, have been listened to and respected.  Let's get some ACTUAL PROGRESS going, for ourselves, our society, and our Country.  Let's see if we can change the current state of affairs in our country, where people cannot even take the time to listen to opposing viewpoints, without first screaming and yelling, and calling each other names.  Let's change this, let's have a discussion.  Let's show the country it's possible to listen to opposing viewpoints, without all the hate.  Let's make some positive changes!

Sunday, January 5, 2020 3:33 PM

25 Signatures Obtained, but a small issue has arisen

Recently, on February 3, 2020, I was given a qualifying candidate petition.  I was able to secure 26 registered voters, within my district, to sign my petition, and have sent that information to the State Elections Committee in Nashville.  I have also officially applied within the Federal Election Committee.  Currently, my Political Campaign Organization, called "Scott Vieira for Congress" has hit a slight bump in the road.  Getting a bank account, in order to receive donations for more than $50 in cash, has been more rougher than expected.  With banks having such varying qualifications to open an account under the name of a political organization, has put a slight dent in the efforts to establish everything legally.  Luckily, my will and drive to do this, hasn't been halted.  I am, with my Treasurer, have been working long hours and making tons of phone calls, in order to get ourselves established the proper way.  We will not allow this to defeat us!  I will update more as soon as I have more information to give.  This "News" section will be my own personal way of relating information to any of my supporters, or anyone who is interested in checking me out, and would like updates or "news" on how this campaign is doing, while also keeping as up to date as possible, what we are doing.  Our "Events" section will be updated, as well, for those interested in coming to hear me speak, and where I stand on the issues.  We will also use this "News" section, to update how those went, and possibly even get quotes from individuals that attended, so you will be able to get a general consensus on how our fellow Tennesseans, within our District, feel I am doing on issues and such.  I will be updating this as regularly as possible.  This is from me, PERSONALLY.  If not directly from me, than from my wife.  My goal is to make sure I am available to anyone, instead of hearing it from someone else, who may be apart of my campaign.  As an American, I do find it frustrating, that our representatives, don't take the time to talk to us personally, and seem to always only hear from their staff.  Sometimes, it would be great to have a conversation with our representatives, in a variety of ways, and hear directly from them, and for the most part, we don't get that.  I don't want to be that type of person.  So, anything updated on this webpage, will be done by myself or my wife.  That is a personal promise to you.

Scott Vieira for Congress
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