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King County Local Voters' Pamphlet

November 3, 2015 General And Special Election

City, City of Snoqualmie 
Council Position No. 4



Brad Toft



Brad Toft


Education: Attended Shoreline Community College & Seattle Pacific University
Occupation: Management & Financial Services

Statement:

The biggest challenge for any organization is identifying its priorities. As a member on the council, mine are economic development, truth and transparency of government and preserving Snoqualmie's culture and environment. In relation to all three, city government must always operate within its means. The biggest challenge in this is adopting the right strategy to meet its budgetary obligations in a way that respects the taxpayer. One of the ways the city must improve is in its economic development. Economic development strengthens the tax base, creating more stability even in the most difficult of conditions. In addition it improves the quality of life for ctizens, by offering more local commerce and services. Brad has been a Snoqualmie resident  with his family for nearly 13 years. He has led teams for Fortune 500 firms and been a small business owner. Learn more at bradforsnoqualmie.com.



For more information:

7209 LAUREL AVENUE SE
SNOQUALMIE, WA 98065
(425) 444-3177
brad@bradtoft.com
www.bradforsnoqualmie.com

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