Helping Leon Grow
VOTE SCOTT FLOWERS
FOR LEON COUNTY COMMISSION
AT LARGE GROUP 1
Scott’s mission is the same as it has been for 25 years: Help organizations grow, operate more efficiently, and recognize and manage their impact on the communities they serve.
As Leon County’s next Commissioner At-Large, Scott will ensure Leon County collaborates with our city and state governments, educational institutions, nonprofits and other community organizations, and the business community. Together we will improve the safety and economic opportunities for everyone in Leon County.
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VOTE SCOTT FLOWERS
AUGUST 18, 2020
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I will be accessible and get everyone to the table to hear their concerns. I will put the right resources in the right areas to improve our community. I’ll do this without spending a bunch of taxpayer money or creating new bureaucracies, because I know where the real work is getting done.
The current debate of mail-in ballots is frustrating me. When I see mail-in ballots are an issue in 2020, it reminds me daylight savings time is still an issue, and rainy days still affect election results. It reminds me we are NOT leading the world with technology and innovation as we should be.
I’m a small business owner, and a regular working guy. I have the experience and skills to get this job done right for you, me, and our families, but I need your help.
“I have always loved the Leon County area and have been impressed with the managed growth here, but also recognized opportunities were sometimes being obstructed or mired down in bureaucracy. Our community is growing and with the right collaboration it can provide enormous opportunities. We are rich in the human elements of innovation and ambition, along with top-notch education and access to technology and research that is being under-utilized. Let’s grow… better!”