Business Leader Scott McCarthy Officially on the Primary Ballot for District 8 House Seat
BISMARCK, ND – Local business owner and technology consultant Scott McCarthy today announced that he has officially qualified to appear on the primary election ballot for North Dakota’s District 8 House seat. A successful business leader, McCarthy has led major technology innovations in the financial, retail, and health care industries.
“We are overwhelmed with the support we’ve received on the campaign trail,” McCarthy said. “We’ve officially qualified for the primary ballot and we’ll be working hard to earn your support!”
McCarthy also announced today his endorsement of Dave Nehring for Senate and Mike Berg for House.
“Dave Nehring and Mike Berg are exceptional leaders who will be the conservative, outsider voices we need in the legislature,” said McCarthy. “With an impressive background in business and a passion for rural North Dakota, I’m proud to endorse Dave and Mike in their bids for the legislature.”
A graduate of the University of North Dakota, Scott began his career in western North Dakota where he designed and developed software before returning to Bismarck. For approaching two decades Scott has led teams of software developers around the globe. Currently Scott is building his business, SM Consulting, into a powerhouse of modernization for his clients.
An active community member, Scott volunteers for various entrepreneurial and business development activities. A strong supporter of the second amendment, he also serves as a board member for Capital City Young Guns and volunteers for various outdoors and hunting organizations.
Scott has been married to his wife Amy, an elementary school teacher for Bismarck Public Schools, for 13 years. Together they have one daughter, Leah. As a family they enjoy taking in all the world-class outdoor activities North Dakota has to offer.