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Senator McCoy to Resign

December 1, 2009

Citing the need to focus on his legal career and earn a living for his family, Senator will resign post Friday

SALT LAKE CITY - Today Senator Scott McCoy confirmed that he will resign his position in the Utah Senate, effective Friday, December 4th. This afternoon McCoy issued the following statement to explain his decision to the residents of his district.
"I’ve been honored to serve the citizens of Utah and of District 2 for the last four years. My time in the Senate has been profoundly rewarding, but also an enormous personal sacrifice. The senators and representatives of Utah really make a terrific commitment of their time for the benefit of this state. It’s not just during the 45 days of the session. It’s every day and night. It’s during interims and constituent phone calls. My hat is off to my 103 colleagues who make this sacrifice day in and day out, every year.

"I’ve personally come to a crossroads in my career where I need to devote my full time and energy to the practice of law. To do any less is a disservice to my firm and my family. Unfortunately, I simply cannot find the necessary time to be a successful attorney and give the time and energy to fully represent the residents of my district.

"I’m very proud of the work I was able to accomplish as a Senator. We changed important policies, opened many minds, and broke down many barriers. Certainly, there is much more to be done. But for now, I need to leave that work in other capable hands."
Senator Scott McCoy has represented Senate District 2, which includes Downtown Salt Lake City, Capitol Hill and the Avenues, for the past 4 years.

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Blogger The Senate Site said...

More info:

1. Senator McCoy's official letter of resignation (PDF) to Senate President Michael Waddoups

2. Legislative info for Senator McCoy and Senate District 2

12/01/2009 10:21 PM  

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