Your Voice
for 4th
District
Neighborhoods

I am running to give your neighborhoods a voice in city government. When your trash pickup is missed, your sidewalks are broken, and giant potholes have been ignored, let me ensure your city fixes the failing infrastructure that affects you. The 4th district needs an advocate ready to stand with you!
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About Scott

I chose Pediatric Oncology as a profession because it allowed me to use my skills and gift to care for kids and families. This is the same passion I bring to our community as an elected official serving your family.

Scott studied Business and Economics (BA) at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL where he also studied Political Science, Biblical archaeology, and pre-med.  He did a Masters degree at Purdue University in Fort Wayne (MSc). He went to Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis (MD) where he was a class officer. He then did pediatric residency in Chicago, and became a fellow of pediatric hematology/oncology at the University of Pittsburgh.

Scott was an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Georgetown University where he was one of the first to publish research on personalized chemotherapy to cure resistant cancer. As a “Hyundai Scholar” he participated in research for children Surviving childhood cancer. Scott now serves as an Assistant Professor at IU School of Medicine in Fort Wayne and is a pediatric specialist in hematology/oncology and general pediatrics. He is also a Master of Public Health (MPH).

Upon Scott’s return to Fort Wayne, he became actively involved in Allen County programs advocating for mental wellness among our youth, including suicide and addiction risk reduction. He serves on multiple local boards for these causes and is involved in his church. He has actively worked with his State Rep. Chris Judy and other Allen County GOP elected officials. He was elected to the Aboite Township Board early in 2021 where he has prioritized supporting emergency services and aims to further improve our great Parks & Trails in Aboite Township.

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Campaign Platform

  • Bring City Council back into the budget process
  • The administration must submit a budget at least three months before the required pass date
  • Begin the budget process six months before the required date by the state
  • Have each department present its own budget for council review
  • Bring back infrastructure grants to the council districts and at large
  • Use Council authority to stop new local income taxes
  • Improve representation in the 4th district
When your missed trash pickup, broken sidewalks, and giant potholes have been ignored, Dr. Scott Myers will answer your call and advocate when city services fail.
  • Balance infrastructure spending between the city core and neighborhoods
  • Give neighborhoods a direct voice in city government by elevating the office of neighborhood coordinator to report directly to the Mayor, NOT to invisible, mid-level bureaucrats
  • Bring back Community Oriented Policing (COPS) to keep neighborhoods safer and officers familiar with an area they patrol consistently
  • Assure residents that reports of drug activity in schools and neighborhoods will receive quick response to help curb addiction increase safety

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Prioritizing Safety, Health, & Neighborhood Advocacy

Prioritizing Safety, Health, & Neighborhood Advocacy

Prioritizing Safety, Health, & Neighborhood Advocacy

Prioritizing Safety, Health, & Neighborhood Advocacy

Prioritizing Safety, Health, & Neighborhood Advocacy

Prioritizing Safety, Health, & Neighborhood Advocacy