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Keough supports Kealey

I support Tom Kealey for election as our state treasurer. Tom’s experience makes him the best qualified for this job. The state treasurer manages and invests billions of Idaho dollars, ensures the state’s credit rating remains high, and provides financial services to state and local agencies. Tom has the knowledge to carry out his duties as state treasurer the day he steps into office.

Tom has a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting, and an MBA from Harvard. He was a certified public accountant for many years and served as a financial adviser on many public and private executive boards. Tom also served Idaho for 14 years as a member of the Idaho Endowment Fund Investment Board.

He believes in conservative investing, which helped the fund nearly triple in size during his tenure and he helped distribute much of that money to Idaho public schools. Tom’s financial knowledge is irrefutable and invaluable to the success of Idaho.

I hope you’ll join me in supporting Tom Kealey for state treasurer on May 15 in the Republican primary. Thank you for your consideration!

Shawn Keough

Idaho state senator, Sandpoint, Idaho

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