By: Boca Tribune
Earlier this week, the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce’s BLU-PAC (Business Leaders United for Boca Raton – PC, Inc.) announced their first endorsement of the 2017 Municipal Race, as they endorsed Any Thomson for City Council Seat B.
“I am honored by the endorsement of BLU-PAC and the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce,” said Thomson. “My business experience as a problem solver and track record of public service make me the most qualified candidate running for Boca Raton City Council Seat B. At the end of the day, we are One City with One Voice and I have the vision needed to represent all of Boca Raton. Together, we can take on our City’s toughest challenges and ensure Boca Raton is moving in the right direction.”
BLU-PAC was created in 2006 to help Boca Raton Chamber members to better support state and local candidates who share their views on important issues.
According to the BLU-PAC website, “the most effective way to protect your economic rights is to elect those candidates who adhere to this philosophy. As a rule, strength in numbers is the guiding force behind the success of an organization like BLU-PAC. Only together can we make a difference.”
“Andy will bring the right business experience, innovative thinking and passion for our great city,” said the BLU-PAL board. “More importantly, he will provide the leadership needed to keep Boca Raton moving forward.”
Thomson is running against Emily Gentile, and Andrea O’Rourke for City Council Seat B. The Boca Raton Tribune will soon announce its Candidate Forum that will take place in February which will be free for all Boca Raton residents to come out and participate in getting to know their candidates!