As a full colonel with 22 years in the Air Force, work at the Pentagon and in the corporate world ranging from starting a small granola company with 20 employees to working for two Fortune 100 companies, candidate Tree brings unmatched diversity and much experience to the table.
Tree's three years working as both a civilian and Air Force officer in Haiti make the issues of poverty personal and real to Tree. Those values are important in this economy.
They aren't impressed with the fundraising battle between Sheyman and Schneider:
In the contest to see who can raise the most money, 10th Dist. hopefuls Brad Schneider and Ilya Sheyman are fighting for supremacy. In our view, however, fundraising is not the main factor to consider when choosing who will best represent the 10th in Congress.
They further took note of the "toxic environment between Schneider's and Sheyman's supporters."
A person's personal history, breadth of experience, values and motivations for running should be taken into consideration.
Why would we want to send a candidate who already has problems be they republican contributions or great inexperience? Why would we want to have people licking their wounds more than working for a candidate in November? And why all that when we already have a terrific candidate in John Tree.
John Tree is the right candidate to send to the general election. Go vote for him and hang out his yard sign and get your friends to Like his Facebook page.