July 31, 2012
SCOTT JONES WINS WITH 58% OF THE VOTE
SCOTT JONES 1825, MIKE MONTGOMERY 1302
Parker County, Texas Runoff Election TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2012 locations are listed below. Polls will be open from 7AM – 7PM.
As I stated at the end of May, we find ourselves finally reaching the point we have been working diligently toward for these many months. Thank you to everyone who has supported and encouraged me during this long season. Your support, encouragement, votes that pushed me well into the lead on May 29 and for your early votes… Your overwhelming encouragement and well wishes have energized me, my family, and my campaign volunteers.
Tuesday when you go into that voting booth, I ask you to place your trust in me as endorsers Bob Brown, our current Constable, and David Barton, President of Wallbuilders have. I ask for your vote because I believe I am not just the most qualified candidate for the job, but the best candidate to serve you with integrity and professionalism. Thank you for your vote.
July 22, 2012
Early Voting in Parker County, Texas begins Monday morning, July 23. All locations are open to voters from all Parker County, Texas precincts.
Parker County Courthouse Annex, Kitchen
1112 Santa Fe. Dr., Weatherford, TX
Willow Park Municipal Building, Council Room
516 Ranch House Road, Willow Park, TX
Aledo Community Center, Meeting Room
104 Robinson Ct., Aledo, TX
May 31, 2012
Scott’s long and distinguished career in law enforcement, his exemplary record, and his long standing commitment to our community make him the clear choice in the July 31 Runoff Election. I am proud of Scott’s many achievements and his patriotic service to our country in wartime and in peace. It proves he is a man who stands by his commitments and will not let Parker County down. Please join me in casting your vote for Scott Jones on July 31, 2012 to make him the next Parker County Precinct 4 Constable.”
May 29, 2012
Parker County Precinct 4 Residents,
May 29, 2012
We walked among the crosses
Where our fallen soldiers lay.
And listened to the bugle
As TAPS began to play.
The Chaplin led a prayer
We stood with heads bowed low.
And I thought of fallen comrades
I had known so long ago.
They came from every city
Across this fertile land.
That we might live in freedom.
They lie here ‘neath the sand.
I felt a little guilty
My sacrifice was small.
I only lost a little time
But these men lost their all.
Now the services are over
For this Memorial Day.
To the names upon these crosses
I just want to say,
Thanks for what you’ve given
No one could ask for more.
May you rest with God in heaven
From now through evermore.
May 28, 2012
Please join me today, in saying a prayer of thanks for the great men and women to whom this day is dedicated. I awake everyday under the blanket of freedom provided by the dedication of our men and women in uniform and purchased with the sacrifice of the lives of the greatest among us.
Today, from the Marines standing guard at the tomb of John Paul Jones, under the old nave of the Cathedral of the Navy; to the Soldiers walking their post at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery; to the Sailors guarding those still entombed aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor; to the Airmen who will fire three round vollies of 21 over the graves of hundreds of their own at the Normandy American Cemetery, to the families whose loved ones never returned from patrol under the sea or in a jungle far away; we celebrate and give thanks for their sacrifice. We feel their loss and we live in the freedom provided by their love of Country and of Constitution and of the soldier to their left and right. I ask you to hold their memory and their greatness in your heart today and not to wait for this holiday each year to remember them in your prayers. Have a wonderful and safe holiday.
The United States Navy Reserve recently released the results after the selection board convened and Constable Candidate Scott Jones was ranked number 001 on the list. The US Navy Reserve is made up of 67,000 members and this year only seven were selected for promotion to the rank of Senior Chief Petty Officer in Scott Jones’ career field. “Retention in the United States military in general has become very competitive. I am speechless and extremely flattered to be promoted first on the list.” Jones.
Scott Jones’ career field is “Master-at-Arms”, which is the Navy term for Military Police. His promotion to Senior Chief comes one year after returning from a year-long deployment to Iraq where he led a law enforcement detachment as part of a Joint Task Force. Senior Chief Jones’ service in Iraq was recognized with several awards, however most notable, was the award of the Defense Meritorious Service Medal and the US Navy’s Expeditionary Warfare badge. Senior Chief Jones has served in the US Navy Reserve for over sixteen years.
Official Statement: Scott Jones is a member of the United States Navy Reserve. Use of his military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform do not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.
Constable Candidate Scott Jones Announces Fundraiser
Saturday, April 28, 2012
at the Aledo Community Center
As the Parker County Constable Precinct 4 Primary Election swings into high gear the Jones campaign is hosting a fundraiser for Constable front-runner Scott Jones from 4pm to 7pm at the Aledo Community Center…and YOU are invited.
Aledo Community Center
200 Old Annetta Road
Aledo, Texas 76008
Saturday, April 28, 2012
4:00 PM- 7:00 PM
“This is an important and a tight race to choose this community’s next Constable. It will require every vote and every effort to get the word out and win this race.” Scott Jones said.
The facts are simple. Scott Jones is the most experienced and most qualified law enforcement officer in the race, with over thirty years of civilian experience. He has an exemplary record, having earned national recognition as the National Liquor Law Enforcement Agent of the Year. Scott and his wife Susan, a school teacher at Aledo High School, have raised their three daughters in this community. Additionally, Scott Jones is a Senior Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy Reserve with over 16 years of military police experience. Chief Jones has proven his law enforcement leadership credentials in Baghdad, Iraq under combat conditions. He is ready! He is unflappable! Let’s band together and help Scott become our next Constable of Precinct 4.
“This Constable race represents a huge decision for my neighbors and me. This is a rare opportunity to choose a person to be both a law enforcement officer and a local leader. We have to choose wisely who we invite into our neighborhoods and streets. That is why I take this so seriously… and why I welcome your support and your vote.” Scott Jones.
Come join us. You are cordially invited.
Constable Candidate Scott Jones announces the endorsement of respected conservative leader David Barton. “I am honored more than I can say to receive the encouragement and endorsement of a man who gives a voice to the conservative principles I have tried to live up to my whole life.” As we select Constable Brown’s replacement we should ask ourselves whether the person we cast our vote for believes in and lives by the principles and morals that should guide our community. Candidate Scott Jones believes you deserve that level of integrity and principle in your elected officials.
Announcing his support for Scott Jones, Mr. Barton said:
Founding Father Samuel Adams declared: “Nothing is more essential…than that all persons employed in places of power and trust be men of unexceptionable character,” and Founding Father John Witherspoon echoed that “Those who wish well to the state ought to choose…men of inward principle, justified by exemplary lifestyle.” Scott Jones is such a man. He is a long time Parker County resident – a God-fearing man of strong character and high integrity who has given decades of selfless service in both the military and law enforcement agencies. Scott has all of the qualifications and experience necessary to be a trustworthy constable for Parker County’s Precinct 4. I urge you to vote for Scott Jones.