by Carolyn Classen, blogger
“Pima County Supervisor Rex Scott, a Democrat, was elected to represent District One in 2020. The district, representing Marana, Casa Adobes, Oro Valley, and the Catalina Foothills, had reliably voted for Republicans in recent decades.
In 1991, Supervisor Scott moved to Pima County to take a position teaching social studies at Flowing Wells Junior High School, one of three schools in District One that he served during his career as a public school educator. In 2000, Supervisor Scott began his 19-year career as an administrator working in both middle and high schools. During that time, he was an assistant principal at Ironwood Ridge High School and the principal at Tortolita Middle School, both District One schools.
Supervisor Scott will join us to discuss the latest developments in the Pima County government.”