Scott Wagner is a proud 4th generation Coloradan, a CSU graduate and has lived in Highlands Ranch since 1995.
Scott’s parents were the 40’s generation; his father was a veteran of WWII and was the first optometrist in Douglas County in Castle Rock, and his mother was the receptionist.
Scott is a 30-year telecommunications industry professional, and has also been a small business owner as a management consultant. He understands what it means to think globally and act locally as he lived and worked in Germany for six years promoting U.S. business and know-how.
An active volunteer with organizations like Mental Health Colorado, Project ReCycle in Lone Tree, and Charter for Community.
Scott is a proud father of two teenagers, enjoys Colorad's outdoors and activities like skiing, mountain biking, hiking, fly-fishing, and is an occasional upland game hunter.
- Scott ran for State House District 43 in 2016, and made the largest gains ever of any non-republican candidate!
- Scott is a business-oriented, youth-oriented community leader and has been involved as a volunteer in national campaigns since 2004.
- Campaigned and was elected at-large as a National Delegate in 2012.
- Scott has been involved in Douglas County school boards elections, fighting for public education, since 2013.
- Was involved in the opposition to recall two State Senators in 2013 for their voting records for common sense gun legislation - like universal background checks.
Why is Scott running?
Scott believes people are sick of negative, political rhetoric, and turned off by the two major parties living in their own bubble and echo chamber; they want solutions to problems, positive action and healthy communities. Running as a Unity Party candidate in 2018, Scott wants to provide great representation for all Highlands Ranchers, protect the planet and our environment with smart, innovative, business solutions and technology, optimize government, and foster consumer/business friendly legislation.
Most of all, Scott wants to help our kids, families, and seniors be successful!
Scott opted-in for campaign contribution limits. There is too much money in politics; there needs to be reform.