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TJ Thomson is socially progressive and fiscally responsible. He believes that everyone should be treated equally. He will assure that every citizen has an equal voice in the governance process.

TJ is also fiscally responsible. As an auditor and policy analyst, he has spent nearly a decade seeking out fraud, waste, and abuse in our government budgets to find savings and cut waste. At the federal level, with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in Washington D.C., he worked as a Space Policy Analyst on NASA programs and initiatives – focusing heavily on finding tax payer savings on costly government initiatives, as well as improvements to Space Shuttle safety. In 2004, he performed an in-depth analysis resulting in a one-billion dollar government savings, receiving special commendation and team service awards, as well as a personal recognition award from the U.S. Comptroller General for “outstanding achievement.” Presently, TJ works for Idaho Power Company as an Internal Auditor – a role that focuses on the efficient use of resources and the integration of controls to promote ethical and open company practices. TJ brings nearly a decade of experience finding ways to get more out of every tax payer dollar spent. Under these difficult economic times, TJ can bring the experience we need to the City of Boise.

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