Scott Stewart
Pima College Governing Board, Dist. Four

Thank you friends, supporters, volunteers, contributors, and voters!

In case you had not heard from the the news or from me yet, we won the election Tuesday night!
I thought all along that there was a significant chance of losing, that it would at least be close, but I was wrong.  We won by a 2 to 1 margin.  We even won every precinct in the district (except the one that had no registered voters).
Thank you all for your help, financial support, encouragement, and spreading the word.  I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate it.   

Thanks again.
PS.  Election results for my race are posted at (please scroll down at the site):

Background, preparation, integrity, commitment


I’m Scott Stewart and I’m running for re-election to the Pima Community College Board of Governors. I believe what I have done while on the Board is worthy of sending me back. After exploring this website, I hope you’ll agree that I have the background, preparation, and commitment necessary for your support.


By every objective measure (see the Links page for data) PCC is working better than ever. It is serving the community better than ever. Of course, it's not perfect and we know that we have to continue to do more with less.


I believe I am better prepared than my opponent for the educational challenges the college faces. I don’t claim to have all of the answers, but my perspective as an engineer and the only board member from the private sector helps to move things in the right direction.


In short, a vote for me helps ensure that there is at least one person on the board from the private sector and one person who has the technical background to understand what future jobs will require.


About District 4
The Pima Community College Districts have the same boundaries as the Pima County Board of Supervisor Districts.  District 4 encompasses basically the East side of Tucson, Vail, Corono de Tucson, Sahuarita, Green Valley, and Mt Lemon.  There are over 120,000 registerd voters in the district.  A map of the districts can be found on the Board of Supervisors website at:"



Paid for by Scott Stewart for Pima College, 8401 E Appomattox St., Tucson, AZ 85710 /

Web Hosting Companies