Community Leaders Stand With Scott

There is no better person to go to Sacramento and represent the 38th District than Scott Wilk. In the era of term limits, you don’t have time for people to slowly learn the system.
— Assemblyman Cameron Smyth
“I have known and worked with Scott Wilk for over two decades. I can guarantee he will be a steadfast conservative leader in Sacramento at a time when we desperately need one.
— Congressman Tom McClintock
I support Scott because he has a record we can trust and the experience we need. He is the only candidate that can get the job done!
— Simi Valley Councilman Glen Beccera
“Scott Wilk is exactly the hard-working tax fighter we need to help stop budget madness in Sacramento. I’m proud to support his candidacy.
— Board of Equalization Member George Runner
Serving as a college board of trustee Scott Wilk knows the importance of education. Scott is committed to higher academic standards and giving parents and teachers a greater voice in student learning.
— Ventura County School Board Member Dean Kunicki

For the last six years, Santa Clarita Valley residents have been represented in the state Assembly by our “Hometown Boy” Cameron Smyth. Cameron went to Sacramento to carry our values and our sense of community and he carved out a niche for himself as a nice guy who is effective in the gritty world of Sacramento politics. Due to term limits, Cameron must exit the stage and on Nov. 6 we will be choosing a new representative. For us, that is Scott Wilk.


Santa Clarita- The Crime Victims United of California have endorsed small businessman Scott Wilk to replace Assemblyman Cameron Smyth for the 38th Assembly District Seat. Smyth is vacating the seat due to term limits.

“Scott Wilk will work to ensure that justice and public safety are Government’s highest priority. His strong public safety record, along with his support for victims of crime, has earned him our endorsement,” said CVUC President, Harriet Salarno.


(Excerpted from EDITORIAL: KHTS Endorses McKeon, Wilk)

While the national stage is set for the Presidential Elections, Santa Clarita has a lot at stake on the local level. Carl Goldman, with a KHTS editorial


(Article provided by the west ranch Beacon. Scott Wilk- best choice for 38th Assembly Seat)

We are barreling towards the November 6th election and the next five weeks will be jam-packed with more political advertisements that most of us care to absorb. But that said, it is our civic duty to participate in the voting process for the local, state and national elections. If you don’t, well then you really can’t complain!


(Excerpted from the Ventura County Star Editorial: Two for State Assembly: Williams, Wilk -9-30-12)

Nov. 6, voters will elect members of the state Legislature in new districts drawn up after the 2010 U.S. Census.
With Californians clamoring for an end to partisan gridlock in the state Capitol and for more progress toward solving problems, The Star offers the following endorsements for the state Assembly in Ventura County districts. (A third county Assembly seat in District 44 was the subject of an earlier editorial.)

Assembly District 38: Scott Wilk