Mayors of Ada Cities Endorse TJ Thomson for County Commissioner

Posted by Michael Strickland

I have supported TJ Thomson for many years and have always enjoyed my interactions with him. He is a solid, knowledgeable leader. 

That is why I am not suprised that the mayors of Meridian, Kuna, and Garden City threw their support behind TJ Thomson today in his bid to become the next Ada County Commissioner. Joe Stear, Mayor of Kuna, Tammy de Weerd, Mayor of Meridian, and John Evans, Mayor of Garden City, announced on Thursday that they’ll serve as honorary co-chairs in Thomson’s effort to be Ada County’s next County Commissioner.

Stand with the mayors and show your support with a contribution of $25, $50, or $100 to help elect TJ in November.

“Choosing the right candidates to represent our residents is critical,” said Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd. “I support TJ Thomson for Ada County Commissioner because of his knowledge and experience, as well as his fresh ideas, perspectives, and willingness to work with the cities on all issues. TJ’s focus on transparency and ethics is something all Ada County residents will benefit from.”

Read my first blog about TJ from 2009.

“No one will work harder for you,” echoed Kuna Mayor Joe Stear, citing Thomson’s track record on the Boise City Council, professionalism and vision for the future.

“TJ has a thorough understanding of the issues our county faces; he’s committed to ethical and transparent government,” Evans said. “He offers common sense solutions to the difficult challenges before us and will repair the strained relationships between our cities and the county, bringing us together to create and support good-paying jobs for citizens.”

Help ensure that TJ has the chance to prove the mayors right with a contribution of $25, $50, or $100 or whatever you can afford.