Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Vote Davidson for treasurer

    When a young and intelligent native, like John David Davidson, decides to run for Blaine County treasurer, it’s important that we take notice. Nothing is more vital to the future of this valley than active political participation by the next generation. With little to no turnover at the national, state or county levels, what kind of growth can we possibly expect to achieve? Change for change’s sake is hardly sensible. What I’m advocating is new blood in a position that has not changed hands for over two decades.
    As co-owner of a small company with Davidson, I can attest to his foresight, attention to detail and work ethic. He constantly looks for ways to improve and strengthen our business through accurate accounting and good investments, demonstrating fantastic instincts in doing so. Working with Davidson, I also truly value his teamwork and good humor, characteristics that I believe would make the position of treasurer more accessible to the public.
    It’s truly rare to find someone as talented as “JD” running for local office. Not only am I confident in his abilities as an accountant, I admire his subtle leadership and dedication to Blaine County. A vote for Davidson is a vote for progress!
Alec Barfield

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