Scott Is First Bald Fla. Gov. In 138 Years – msnbc.com

As it turns out, Harrison Reed – who headed the state from 1868 to 1873 – holds that title. Saint Leo University history professor Heather Parker said baldness has traditionally been a liability for politicians because it is associated with aging.


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Scott Is First Bald Fla. Gov. In 138 Years – msnbc.com