Mayor of Mead Colleen Whitlow Endorses Scott James for Congress

JOHNSTOWN, Colo. – Scott James, current Weld County Commissioner and a candidate for Colorado’s 8th Congressional District, is thrilled to announce the endorsement of Mayor Colleen Whitlow of Mead. Mayor Whitlow’s endorsement reminds us of James’s commitment to representing the voices of the 8th District, championing economic growth, and addressing crucial transportation needs.

Mayor Colleen Whitlow has been a long-time colleague of Scott James, who is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for Colorado families and fostering an environment conducive to business development within the district. Her endorsement highlights James’s unwavering focus on ensuring people are heard, especially the concerns Washington ignores.

Mayor Whitlow expressed her support, saying, “I have spent years working with Scott James to make the 8th Congressional District a better place for Colorado families and businesses to call home. Scott has always focused on ensuring everyday voices are heard as we worked together to develop and capitalize on the economic growth in the 8th District and ensure transportation needs are met. I know Scott will do the same when he gets to Washington, and that’s why I could not be more proud to support his candidacy for Congress.”

Scott James thanked Mayor Whitlow for her endorsement in his mission to bring back common sense to politics. He said, “It is a great honor of mine to have received the endorsement of my friend Mayor Colleen Whitlow. Colleen and I have worked together for years on transportation and economic development, as well as issues that are close to the veteran community. As an Air Force Veteran, Colleen knows the true measure and value of service. It is a privilege to receive her endorsement.”

This is the latest in a long line of small town Colorado endorsements that Scott James has received thus far in the campaign. It’s a reminder of his commitment to represent all voices in the 8th Congressional District and ensure they are heard.