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David K. Tomita

Hello, my name is David Tomita and I am a candidate for Johnson City Commission. Please allow me the honor of representing our city by voting for me on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.

AS YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER I PLEDGE TO:

Provide Financial and Budgeting expertise

Work to bridge the gap between Johnson City and Washington County government.

Make well-informed, sound financial decisions that enhance the quality of life for all residents both County and City.

Insure Johnson City has a customer friendly attitude towards those who pay taxes and do business here.

Encourage job growth through aggressive, in-person business recruiting.

AS YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER I PLEDGE NOT TO:

Take advantage of health insurance benefits offered to City Commissioners.

Serve more than two consecutive terms.

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