Who is Scott Collier?
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Scott M. Collier is on the November 6, 2018 Gubernatorial Election ballot for State Senate in District 6. He previously ran for Senator Norman Stone’s open State Senate seat in Maryland’s 6th Legislative district in 2014. 

Scott was born in Baltimore, Maryland on September 22, 1963. He is from Dundalk, Maryland and began his political advocacy work in 2012 as a special needs and mental health lobbyist in Annapolis. Scott has testified numerous times before the Maryland General Assembly and looks forward to the opportunity to do so much more for the community as your next Senator. 

Scott–the oldest of three children–grew up with his brother and their younger sister in Logan Village. Their mother was a stay-at-home mom until they were grown. Their father was a pipe fitter at Bethlehem Steel’s Rod and Wire Mill in Sparrows Point, Maryland. His parents are both deceased. Scott attended Logan Elementary School for one year, St. Rita’s School for eight years and graduated from Dundalk Senior High School in 1981. Scott attended CCBC after high school for various interests. 

Hobbies and Interests

Scott loves history and is delighted to be involved with so many wonderful people at the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum who do such an incredible job preserving our local history. Scott is a volunteer and Life Member of the Society.

Scott is a past member of the Baltimore Antique Bottle Club and enjoys going to their shows to interview collectors who come from across the globe to attend the largest one day bottle show in the world at CCBC’s Essex Campus located in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Scott loves nature and has always done whatever he possibly can to protect our environment. For instance, Mr. Collier is a strong proponent of recycling and at CCBC’s 2014 candidate forum he talked about his Trash 2 Cash plan. The plan is designed to protect the environment, saves millions of tax dollars and puts money in the hands of local communities for recreation and other community needs that are on their wish lists. The Revolutionary Aquatic Device for Super Ships (RAD4SS) is a recent concept Mr. Collier devised to protect the environment and create good paying jobs that would help boost our local economy. 

Scott loved growing up in his beautiful waterfront community where he enjoyed boating, swimming, water skiing, crabbing and fishing on Maryland’s glorious Chesapeake Bay! He has expressed many times that he would never trade the many wonderful memories he has experienced with friends as well as family members throughout his lifetime on the Mighty Chesapeake Bay. Scott wants to ensure this extraordinary natural resource and its heritage is preserved for our kids as well as our future generations to come.

Scott enjoys taking pictures and shooting DundalkTV videos as an advocate for change–but also for fun–as he is working on interesting stories throughout the community!. He joined the social media craze in 2012 to give the people a much needed voice and to unite his social media friends as agents of positive change. He shares the majority of his work online and has a very strong following that spans the globe. He wants everyone to know that by Working Together for Real Solutions we can change our communities and also the world for the betterment of mankind. 

Volunteer History

Supports local Maryland candidates from Governor Hogan on down who have the best interest of the community at heart by putting their political signs up as he is putting his “Scott Collier for State Senate in District 6″ signs around the district. While putting the signs up, he informs voters about his friends/candidates who are doing all they can to better our communities as well as residents’ lives. Mr. Collier actively recruits new political candidates who have ‘WE THE PEOPLE’S” best interests at heart and showcases them on DundalkTV as often as he possibly can to promote their efforts.

DundalkTV holds meetings and interviews residents as well as community leaders and by doing so has helped bring change by exposing individuals who do not have the best interest of the people at heart. Scott’s friends understand it’s critical for us to stop the downward spiral taking place in our communities and to work together in the best interest of the community to rectify damages/crimes perpetrated against We The People by so many elected officials and their friends!  . 

DundalkTV, Pastor Ronald L. Wright and local residents held a meeting with the FBI and Department of Justice to expose political corruption! DundalkTV and our friends know we must continue speaking out and demanding action whenever individuals betray the trust bestowed upon them by the people.

Supported Dundalk United’s efforts to save the North Point Government Center Park by shooting about 40 videos as well as assembling multiple parade floats. Scott did this to keep residents informed that the proposed sale of the North Government Center Park was NOT A DONE DEAL. It is very unfortunate that many individuals sold out our community including certain members of the media who preferred that the residents of Dundalk believed there was no hope. 

Scott obtained nearly 2,300 petition signatures of the 7,000 signatures Dundalk United sent Governor Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot . Dundalk United’s petition to SAVE THE NORTH POINT GOVERNMENT CENTER PARK is one of the biggest reasons why no development has occurred at that property to date.

Supports the late Al Clasing Jr. and the Save Fort Howard projects’ efforts to save Fort Howard Veterans Hospital and its grounds for our brave Veterans. In addition Mr. Collier is also fighting to preserve a very valuable piece of our nation’s history that occurred at this location. It’s one of the most magnificent pieces of property in Baltimore County and the State of Maryland. It has ties to the Battle of North Point during the War of 1812.

Held meeting with CCBC, Baltimore County Public Schools and Baltimore County Recs & Parks to ensure proper protocols were in place to protect children from suffering the devastating effects of traumatic brain injuries

Plans to hold his fifth Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Picnic this year. The event also brings awareness to Invisible illnesses, special needs, drug and alcohol related addictions as well as our homeless population’s issues!

DundalkTV now has a 100 cross display we moved to multiple locations to bring awareness to the amount of drug and alcohol related deaths that are occurring. The crosses originally had a natural wood finish, but we painted four crosses green to bring awareness to the global traumatic brain injury epidemic. We also painted two crosses red to signify invisible illnesses and individuals who are self-medicating due to misdiagnoses as well as inadequate treatment from professionals. DundalkTV reached out to residents local business and churches from whom we have received overwhelming support for this project.

Volunteered at the Camp Puh’tok Salvation Army’s Boys Camp, maintaining and restoring existing buildings as well as building two new dwellings. The work was preformed by Alfred McQuade as well as his very wonderful and amazing Puh’tok family members so children of Maryland can experience the many wonders of nature during the summer.

Scott supports Larry Goren and all his wonderful friends Annual Veterans Benefit at Pier Six Pavilion in Downtown Baltimore.

Supported two of Squire’s annual Pie in the Sky Pepperoni Open Golf Tournaments.

Volunteered at St. Rita’s soup kitchen to help the homeless and disadvantaged members of our community.

DundalkTV has donated and helped raise money for many different local charities.

Scott Collier provided each and every community service listed above free of charge and has financed both of his political campaigns on his own dime. He wants everyone to know there have been nearly a dozen individuals who very kindly helped DundalkTV and Mr. Collier succeed. It is only because of their extraordinary kindness and generosity that he accomplished so many things thus far. Scott sincerely thanks those extraordinarily kind individuals and God for blessing him during this journey!

Scott thanks God in his daily prayer for the blessings of a brand new day and the opportunity to do so much better today than yesterday for himself, his community, the USA and the world. Scott would greatly appreciate the voters’ support on November 6th to help him accomplish so much more!

WORK HISTORY

  • Currently campaigning for State Senate in District 6

  • Currently operates DundalkTV as a community advocacy service and as an agent for much needed change 

  • Current community advocate for anyone who is needlessly suffering 

  • Author/Writer who writes from his heart

  • Worked at Glen Meadows Retirement Community until he was injured on the job.

  • Owner/Operator of Collier Construction.

  • Worked at G.L. Rader Home Improvements.

  • Member of Painters Local #1 in Baltimore.

  • Worked at Wiz Car Wash.

  • Cleaned St. Rita’s Bingo Hall.

Started work at 12 years of age during the summer months as a Handyman’s Helper for Ted’s Building and Repair. Also worked at Sewer Rats Inc. cleaning residential and commercial drains.