McComis qualified to lead county

By J. Tom Messer | Published Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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In the upcoming Republican primary, we have the opportunity and responsibility to put the best candidates on the ballot for the general election. First of all, I’d encourage everyone in Wise County to vote. Secondly, I’d encourage you to join me in voting for Keith McComis for Wise County judge.

I achieved a certain amount of success in a private-sector, service-oriented career. No small part of that resulted from learning to “read” people. I met Keith years ago when he was giving his all in building a successful oilfield service company. Keith was easy to read then, and still is.

He has proven he can lead people and effectively apply resources. He fully understands the more qualified a leader, the higher the likelihood of lasting success. Visit his website – it does a great job introducing him and his qualifications.

Keith is running as a public servant, not a politician. His satisfaction comes from leading individuals to attain successes that benefit the masses. Keith realizes that criticism, though sometimes unfounded and harsh, is always meaningful. He listens. He truly represents. He values good people.

Keith has figured out that only through openness and accountability do a person’s efforts lead to worthwhile experience. He is humble. His broad base of experience was built with his sleeves rolled up, on the job during times both good and bad, allowing him to confidently identify and address tough issues.

Keith can lead the county’s many resources toward stated goals. … he’s done it before.

Do we really need a “fresh perspective” in the office? That sounds kinda familiar to me. Besides, I’m not all that convinced that Judge McElhaney’s perspective was stale. Honesty, integrity, maturity, love of church and family, open and direct.

Keith McComis for Wise County judge … an informed vote for an informed candidate.

J. Tom Messer
Runaway Bay

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