Carrollton residents Tom Washington, 57, a certified public accountant and real estate broker, and Gary Blanscet, 63, an attorney, say they both have the experience and background that will allow them to better serve Precinct 6 and ensure fair and equal justice for all.
priorities for the position are similar to Blanscet's, but he
background gives him an edge.
longtime community leadership throughout Denton County and business background make him the perfect candidate for the position.
"As a businessman I have problem-solving and analytical skills that will help me make the best decisions on a case," he
"Those types of skills are not taught in law school."
A justice of the peace should have a long record of contributing to the local community and acting as a leader in numerous activities spread throughout the Denton County community, Washington
Some of Washington's volunteer efforts include work for theBoy Scouts of America as an assistant scoutmaster, as a director for the Homestead Homeowners Association board of directors, as a secretary and director for the Denton Central Appraisal District, as the foreman of the Denton County Grand Jury and as a Denton County special condemnation commissioner.
He has also served as a vice chairman of the Denton County Republican Party for more than eight years and as an elected state delegate for multiple conventions, as well as a national delegate in 2012.
"My record shows that I already have a long history of serving my community and the people who may vote for me," he