About Scot

Scot Turner was raised in the tiny town of Enterprise, Florida. After graduating from Deltona High School and serving a stint in the US Army Reserves, Scot moved to Georgia in 1997 had a successful career in the IT Services Industry.

Scot lives in the Atlanta suburban community of Holly Springs with his wife of 17 years, Kelly, their two children, a pair of aging kitties, and Jack, the Rescue Puppy.

Today, Scot serves the people of the 21st House District on the Agriculture and Consumer Affairs, Science and Technology, State Planning and Community Affairs, and Special Rules Committees.  He also owns the Northwest Atlanta Office of Supporting Strategies, an outsourced bookkeeping company that serves small business owners.

In the community, Scot regularly volunteers for the Northwest Metro Miracle League and on his church’s parking team.

Before serving in The Georgia House, Scot was a conservative activist for many years, serving in leadership roles in the Cherokee County Republican Party.

Since being elected to the House in early 2013, Scot has been a vocal leader for the conservative cause, showing that a legislator can be effective while maintaining principled policy positions.  He has been a cosponsor of several key pieces of legislation, including the Georgia ABLE Act, eliminating statewide zero tolerance policies in our schools, making sure parents of special needs children have access to key information when they need it most, legislation that protects your second amendment rights, supports pro life stances, the strongest state level anti-obamacare law, and many others.