House District 55: Republican incumbent says influence felt at Capitol

State Rep. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, stands by a batting cage at one of his three businesses, a sports practice center that he converted from a storage business. His bill to revamp the agency regulating oil and gas drilling failed, but his efforts had an effect on recent agency appointments, Scott said he was told.



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State Rep. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, stands by a batting cage at one of his three businesses, a sports practice center that he converted from a storage business. His bill to revamp the agency regulating oil and gas drilling failed, but his efforts had an effect on recent agency appointments, Scott said he was told.

Business is bad for Rep. Ray Scott. Like many in the state and nation, the
 Grand Junction Republican hasn’t gotten a real sense that the economy is improving, at least, if his…




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Does he still have his job with the American Petroleum Institute?

Now we know why Scott doesn’t show up for any debates—he’s too busy running his business in Denver. I find it interesting that Scott posts pics to his facebook page with him at football games, at horse races, and at community meetings everywhere but in his home district of Grand Junction. Where does he REALLY live?

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