“I’m supporting Scot for County Assessor because his commitment to public service, transparency, communication, and accountability will make him a great assessor for Jefferson County.”
“It is a pleasure to inform you that West Metro Firefighters IAFF Local 1309 has endorsed your candidacy for Jefferson County Assessor.
This endorsement acknowledges your support of public and first-responder safety and your dedication to working collaboratively and with transparency to solve problems. We are confident your leadership as the Jefferson County Assessor will ensure our residents receive fair and accurate assessments. Your emphasis on open communication and modernizing the assessor’s technology will mean fire and emergency services will have the funds they rely on in an efficient manner.”
–Michael Mulcahy, President
West Metro Firefighters, IAFF Local 1309
“Scot’s commitment to transparency and communications is the hallmark of a good public servant. His ideas for making the Assessor’s office customer centric are game changers.”
-James E Johnson Jr, Former Eagle County Commissioner
“It surprised no one when Scot was named editor of The Wood River Journal shortly after joining the staff, or when he joined with a few others to buy the paper shortly after that.
I had worked with him at a newspaper in Seattle, so when he asked me to move to Idaho to be his associate editor, I was quick to agree, largely because I knew working for Scot would be an invaluable experience.
Watching him run a newspaper, producing a top quality product each week was a pleasure.
No matter how hectic things got, Scot could always find a way to lead the staff with poise and grace. He was probably the one person who was friends with everyone on staff, and really everyone in town, as a newspaper owner needs to be.
The determination, intelligence, and willpower that he used to turn a money-losing newspaper into an award-winning and money-making business will serve him well leading a large and complex office as a public official.”
-Herb Payton, high-tech entrepreneur
Casey Tighe, Jefferson County Commissioner
Rick Hum, Colorado Water Quality Control Commission Member and former Summit County Commissioner
Cindy Barroway, Businesswoman and former Lakewood City Council member
Max Tyler, Former State Representative
Adam Paul, Lakewood Mayor
Tom Quinn, Former Lakewood City Council member
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Lisa Cutter, candidate for State House
Lesley Dahlkemper, Former Jefferson County School Board President and Candidate for Jefferson County Commissioner
Chris Kennedy, State Representative
John Beltrone, Edgewater City Council Member
Sue Shafer, Former Colorado State Representative
Jim Dale, Golden City Council member
Jacob LaBure, Lakewood City Council member
Valerie Nosler Beck
Kathryn Skulley, Westminster City Council Member
Rachel Zenzinger, Colorado State Senator
Evie Hudak, Former Colorado State Senator
David Adamson, affordable housing developer