Scott’s credentials as a common sense conservative are solid. As such, he is a supporter of individual liberty, focusing on the rights of individuals while also offering a common sense and pragmatic approach to our nation’s economic problems.
More than anything else, Scott believes that the biggest single issue our nation currently faces is that of competent, compassionate, and energetic leadership. He knows that the only way Republicans can return to the status of a majority party is by offering common sense solutions that preserve our freedoms while at the same time offering new opportunity to our citizens. And finally, he knows that Iowans want to send someone to Washington who is willing to roll up his sleeves and get the people’s work done. The time for political gamesmanship is over. It’s time to get to work.
Scott Schaben is a native of western Iowa and a lifelong Republican. Born in Harlan, Iowa in 1974, Scott attended Carroll Kuemper Catholic High School, graduating in 1993. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1993 and served until his honorable discharge in 1999 so he could attend college. He is a graduate of Iowa State University, earning his B.S. degree in Marketing in May of 2003. After graduation, Scott worked as a sales professional in his family business until 2006 when he started his career in the automotive industry. Quickly working his way up in the business, he has served as a Sales Manager for a dealership in Ames since March of 2009.