Ronald Scott Has The Definitive Biography Of GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney

Ronald Scott, author of <em>Mitt Romney:An Inside Look At The Man and His Politics

Ronald Bruce Scott is a journalist and author of a biography of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Mitt Romney: An Inside Look at the Man and His Politics.

Ronald was born in Salt Lake City (October 4, 1945). He was a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New England (1965–67).

He studied journalism at the University of Utah while working as a reporter for both of the city’s daily newspapers, The Salt Lake Tribune and The Deseret News (now The Deseret Morning News).

He worked briefly for United Press International in 1970 before accepting a position with Time, Inc. in New York City, where he reported and wrote for its magazines Time, Sports Illustrated and Life, and was part of the small start-up editorial team that founded People Magazine in 1974.

In a 2005 article in Sunstone (magazine), Ron noted Romney’s “flip-flops” on issues like abortion, stem cell research, gun control, and gay rights. The article was widely quoted by other broadcast and print media during the 2008 primary election season.

He lives in suburban Boston, Massachusetts with his wife, three sons and two daughters.

Previously, he lived in Westport, Connecticut for 14 years.