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Katie Scott

Board of Commissioners, District 9
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March 22, 2018

Gearing Up for Spring Campaign

Things are heating up around the campaign and we're organizing our spring campaign.  Several house parties have been arranged and we'll be kicking off neighborhood walks to meet neighbors and introduce them to Katie.  If you are interested in volunteering, hosting a house party, or having Katie to your event, please contact us and we can help direct you to the right place. 

October 22, 2017

Launch party at HOMES Brewery


Come out to wish Katie a happy birthday and help her kick off her campaign in style at HOMES brewery on Jackson Road in Ann Arbor.  

Updated: What a great day!  It was the perfect autumn afternoon with lots of support from the community, friends and family!  Happy birthday, Katie!

October 25, 2017

Injustice in Healthcare Panel


Katie will join the EMU College Democrats in collaboration with the EMU Student Nursing Organization for an informative and spirited discussion on the various aspects of the deep injustice in the American healthcare system. 


Topics will include:  A review of the current attacks on the Affordable Care Act; education on the merits of a single-payer, Medicare-for all-system; and the corrupting influence that the pharmaceutical and private health insurance industries have on healthcare policy. 

Panelists will include: Michelle Deatrick: Vice Chair of the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, organizer of the Ann Arbor Women's March, and candidate for State Senate District 18.  Ian Robinson: PhD Yale University (Political Science) President of the Huron Valley Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO.  Katie Scott - Board member of the MI Nurses Association and candidate for Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners.
Margie Mitchell - Executive Director of the Michigan Universal Healthcare Access Network. MICHUHCAN is a state-wide network that promotes comprehensive health care for all and improved health outcomes by addressing the social determinants of health through education, strategy development and advocacy.

March 7, 2018

Candidate Forum at WCC

Katie joined local, state, and national candidates at a candidate forum sponsored by the A2 D2 Indivisible Group at Washtenaw Community College.  Candidates briefly introduced themselves and field questions from the erudite group. 

January 22, 2018

Katie Inducted in Rugby Hall of Fame













Years ago, Katie worked to start a women's rugby team in the metro-Detroit area.  In the late 1990s, there was still considerable opposition and controversy over women playing rugby! However, Katie knew how empowered playing the sport made her feel in college and wanted to offer that 

experience to other women. She worked with the Detroit Rugby football club to start a women's side in the club, and today she was proud to know the continued success of the

many women playing today. She feels enormously honored to be included in the hall of fame.  She knows leadership skills are learned in many different realms. 

Oct 2, 2017

Katie advocates.


Katie got her start by advocating for her patients at the bedside, but she soon took that fight to the state and national level.  Katie has visited elected officials in D.C. and Lansing to advocate for safe staffing for inpatient nursing.  Katie isn't afraid to speak out for what is right, and she will do this in county government too.  

Here's clip of Katie on Lansing news talking about safe staffing.