Thomas Bosch is running as a Libertarian candidate for Long Lake Township Trustee on the November 3rd ballot. Voters can vote for up to four of the nine candidates who will be on the ballot.
Thomas has an engineering and management background. He studied Industrial Management at Purdue University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Technological University.
Thomas has spent 25 years working in the Automotive Manufacturing Industry, including one year in Japan while learning the Japanese language and culture. He worked seven years in Design Engineering and then 12 years in Supervision of the design group. Finally, he spent seven years Managing 25 personnel within the Tool and Die trades.
Thomas is married to Jill. They, along with their two dogs, like to spend time outdoors; hiking, biking, kayaking or just walking around the neighborhood. Thomas also enjoys casual and competitive sailing. He is currently caring for his parents during this pandemic.
Thomas can be reached at 231-881-8801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomas is running as a long-time Libertarian and member of the Northwest Michigan Libertarian Party. This local affiliate was officially recognized last year as part of the Libertarian Party of Michigan.
In recent years, many new Libertarian Party affiliate groups are forming as state party membership has grown, especially among freedom-loving millennials. The Libertarian Party’s goal is to provide voters with options beyond the two-party system. Libertarians believe in limited government, and are considered financially conservative and socially liberal.