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Kealey, hands-on approach

Tom Kealey is the best choice for Idaho’s next state treasurer. I have known Tom professionally and personally for the better part of 20 years. He runs his business with a hands-on approach. I know that Tom is the kind of person to be honest with me. It’s those kind of small traits that let me know that Tom Kealey is a man of good character, and it is these kinds of things that Idaho needs in government leadership.

Idaho need its government leaders to be qualified for office. Tom Kealey has an extensive resume. Tom has a finance and accounting degree, and an MBA. Tom sat on executive boards, ran businesses, and managed some of the state’s money already. Tom was trustee on the Idaho Endowment Fund Investment Board.

He has shown he can do the job well; he has increased Idaho’s Endowment Fund from $550 million to over $2 billion. The financial experience and knowledge Tom brings to the table is ideal for state treasurer.

It isn’t often that a candidate as well-rounded as Tom Kealey comes along, so join me in voting for Tom Kealey for Treasurer on May 15.

Gregg Olsen

Twin Falls, Idaho

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