Scott Boman

Scott Boman REPRepublican

American politician

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Scott BomanREPRepublican American politician
60
Years of Age
MIResidence (state)

Scott Avery "Scotty" Boman (born April 14, 1962) is a Libertarian politician from Michigan. He has consistently earned among the top votes of any third-party candidate in every Michigan election from 2000 through 2018. He was chair of the Libertarian Party of Michigan in 2006. Described by MIRS as a Libertarian Party standard-bearer, he has been a candidate in every state-wide partisan election since 1994, until successfully running for the Detroit office of Community Advisory Council(district 4) in 2020.He became the second Libertarian to be endorsed by The Detroit News when he competed in the 1997 Detroit City Council general election on the non-partisan ballot. He was also the only Lieutenant Governor candidate to support the successful Michigan Civil Rights Initiative as the running mate of Gregory Creswell in the 2006 Michigan gubernatorial election.Boman moved the Libertarian Party of Michigan from fifth to third place on the 2012 and 2014 general election ballots, by placing third in the 2010 general election when he ran for Secretary of State. In 2019 he created a Community Advisory Council for DetroitHe is currently the Michigan Director of Our America Initiative, and served as Michigan Director of Gary Johnson's 2016 presidential campaign.

Campaign Funding

20
16
$10,280
Total Raised
$10,277
Total Spent
$0
Cash on Hand
Financial Data Source: Center for Responsive Politics
Education5 - 5 of 3
Wayne State University
MAT Physics/Mathematics Education
1988 - 2001
Western Michigan University
MA Physics/Philosophy
1987
Western Michigan University
BS Physics
1980 - 1985
Past Positions1 - 4 of 4
Guest Professor
Astronomy, Wayne State University
2008
Professor
Wayne County Community College District
2003 - Current
Professor
Macomb Community College
2000 - Current
Substitute Teacher
Grosse Pointe Public School System
2000 - Current
Other Experience1 - 22 of 22
Legislative Liaison
Brass Roots
Current
Member
Morningside Neighborhood Association Board
Current
Michigan Director
Our America Initiative
Current
Precinct Delegate
Republican, 13th Congressional District
2009 - 2012
Member
Libertarian Party
1988 - 2011
Delegate
Republican Party
2008 - 2010
Member
Libertarian Party of Michigan
1987 - 2010
Volunteer
Ron Paul 2008
2008
Volunteer
Recall Andy Dillon
2007 - 2008
Chair
Libertarian Party, Michigan
2006 - 2007
Vice Chair
Libertarian Party, Michigan
2005 - 2006
Member
Wayne State University Student Council
1999 - 2000
Member
Gun Owners of America (GOA)
1994 - Current
Member
American Civil Liberties Union (ALCU)
1994 - Current
Member
American Federation of Teachers
1992 - Current
Member
Students for Individual Liberty
Member
Michigan Education Association
Member
Fellowship of the Purple Cube
Member
Cultural Center Community
Member
American Physics Society
Member
Judicial Committee, Libertarian Party, Michigan
2007 - 2008
Chair
John Hancock `We Want Yours' Committee