Why Should You Vote For Me?
Scott understands it’s not the suit, but the man IN the suit for which you are voting. I want your vote in this race…AND in my race for City Commission.
Accessory of Empowerment
I struggled with this one…I have this one blue tie…that just makes me feel great when I put it on. But I have to go with my iPad as my accessory of empowerment. It’s functional and cool. It’s great in meetings and it’s great when you are giving a presentation. I’ve been an Apple guy since the early 80s!
Shoes of Empowerment
My favorite pair of shoes is a new pair of weathered, chocolate brown wing-tip desert boots. (I can’t wear them with my suit because they aren’t the right color.) You can dress them up or dress them down. I bought them because they are just really cool shoes. I asked myself, “would my son wear these?” These don’t necessarily represent my success, but I just really like them. But I still wear black wing tip dress shoes with my suits.
Outfit of Empowerment
What we wear makes a statement about us. About who we are…even what we value. My day to day “look” is Levi’s 511 skinny jeans with a black shirt (I own a dozen different variations) and black Toms. I have always tried to look “youthful” without trying to look young. However, stepping into the political arena, I knew I had to “step up my game.” Just as a football player has a certain uniform, so does an elected official. I went out and purchased two new suits. A black two piece and a dark gray-blue three piece. I love my three piece. I love how I look in it and I love how I feel when I wear it. In other words, I feel empowered simply by putting on this particular suit. I especially like the flexibility of taking off the jacket and wearing just the vest. It says “dressed up” “professional” and “relaxed” all at the same time.