POSTED: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - 3:33pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - 2:10pm
Longview, Texas (KETK) — A new face will be seen among the candidates for the Gregg County Commissioner Precinct 2 candidates.
Kimberly Fish declared "A Positive Attitude for Positive Results," after formally launching her race for Gregg County Commissioner Precinct 2.
She said her candidacy was needed to replace an entrenched incumbent who avoids accountability.
Fish promises to deliver the energy, enthusiasm, and accessibility that the hard working tax payers of Precinct 2 deserve.
She made her announcement was in west Longview at Bake Cupcakes. She believes that it is a symbol of retail and commercial renaissance she hopes to bring her to her precinct.
Fish cited the love and discipline of a three generation military family and her diverse professional experience as preparing her for the leadership role required of a county commissioner.
She summed up her five goals by saying, "I pledge to promote economic development, revitalize infrastructure and help restore community pride," said Fish. "I promise to work to emphasize public safety and efficient governmental services while maintaining one of the lowest tax rates in the state. I will also insist that Precinct 2 participates in the county-wide telephone and email systems."
Fish is an active volunteer, she serves as a member of Longview Chamber of Commerce, Longview Planning and Zoning Commission, Republican Women of Gregg County, Longview-Greggton Rotary and National Rifle Association.
Fish and her husband are 15 year residents of Longview and active members of Mobberly Baptist Church.