I’ll be pretty straight forward about endorsements. They are important but they are not what wins campaigns. My campaign is not about how many endorsements I get, it’s about what I want to do for our city and it’s taxpayers.
I would rather spend time talking with the voters because the voters are who fund this city and entrust our elected officials to do what’s best for Federal Way. There’s more value in listening and using that information to develop plans that move our community forward.
Endorsements don’t win campaigns – going out and talking to people about how you can help, and delivering on a strategic plan is how I feel you prove to voters that their endorsement is what matters at the end of the day.
- Martin Moore, Councilmember
Federal Way City Council #6
- Mark Koppang, Councilmember
Federal Way City Council #5
- Bill Gates, Commissioner & Chair
South King Fire and Rescue
PAST ELECTED OFFICIALS
- Hope Elder
Former Deputy Mayor, City of Federal Way
- Mary Gates
Former Mayor & City Councilmember, City of Federal Way
- Rob Barrans
Former Chairman, 30th Republican LD
UNIONS & POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
- Federal Way Police Officers Guild
- Humane Voters of WA
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT TONY
Tony is a leader in every sense of the word. I began to work with Tony about a year ago. Since then I've been able to see how, open-minded he is, his ability to make decisions in situations that most will run away from, and be able to so unselfish when working in a group. I can sincerely recommend Tony to any position. He will add a tremendous amount of value to any team.
I am the father of a child, Baby Giovanni, whom was born deathly ill and was eventually diagnosed with a very rare disease that would kill him if he did not get a bone marrow transplant before his 1st birthday. My wife and I were told the chances of finding a match were one in 20,000 so I created Giovanni's bone marrow campaign in New England, just Google "Baby Giovanni or Save Giovanni," and Tony, an absolute stranger to me, read about our plight and selflessly helped us from afar with his web skills and eventually proposing a bone marrow campaign to SheKnows.com, which landed Giovanni's picture on the teleprompter in Time's Square, NY. A man with a heart like this is far and few between. I stand by this man's integrity, compassion, idealism, leadership skills, and technical savvy.
Tony has been a great influence and leader to our fraternity during his tenure as President these past few years. I have seen him attending multiple events here in the northwest region, and he is always there to listen and give advice to our brothers. He is a President who is visible and relatable, always there to lend a helping hand to brothers.
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