JOHNSTOWN, Colo. – It’s another endorsement for Scott James – this time, from Larimer County Sheriff John Feyen who proudly endorsed the Weld County Commissioner for the 8th Congressional District. Sheriff Feyen’s endorsement highlights James’ strong commitment to sound fiscal leadership and his unwavering dedication to the concerns of the district’s residents.
Scott James, a distinguished figure in Colorado politics and a former Mayor of Johnstown, has garnered a steadfast advocate in Sheriff Feyen, who over the years, has witnessed James’ dedication and ability to bring about positive change.
In his endorsement Sheriff Feyen noted, “Scott James has a proven track record of sound fiscal leadership. The Town of Johnstown was able to eliminate their long-term debt and he kept Weld County debt free while Scott was in office. Scott also believes parents should have a voice in their child’s education. Having served on the Executive Board of a local Charter School for the past 11 years, this is important to me. These are a few of the reasons I’m supporting Scott James for Congress.”
In response to the endorsement from Sheriff Feyen, Scott James expressed his gratitude, stating, “I am deeply honored to have the support of Larimer County Sheriff John Feyen. His dedication to fiscal responsibility and his tireless work in ensuring the well-being of our communities are values that I wholeheartedly share. I look forward to working together to address the concerns and priorities of the 8th Congressional District.”
As the campaign for the 8th Congressional District continues to gain momentum, Sheriff John Feyen’s endorsement of Scott James signals a growing wave of support for his candidacy. James is gearing up to take on Yadira Caraveo in a bid to represent the district’s residents and their concerns.