That's because Enu Mainigi, a Washington, D.C.-based lawyer and the governor's confidante, prefers to stay in the shadows.
Mainigi, 41, is known in legal circles as a brilliant litigator who successfully defended health care companies, pharmaceutical giants, and others against health care fraud, whistleblower claims and shareholder lawsuits. As a young attorney in the powerful law firm of Williams & Connolly, she joined the team representing Scott in 1997 after he had resigned as Columbia/HCA CEO and before the company paid its record $1.7 billion fine for Medicare fraud.
She remained his lawyer, defending him in the contract dispute against Columbia/HCA in 2000, in which he pleaded the fifth 75 times, and in the 2010 whistleblower lawsuit against Solantic, the chain of urgent-care clinics Scott founded and recently sold. Read more. More photos here, courtesy of Scott campaign photographer, Shealah Craighead: