Although not successful in the 2018 County Council election, Milt would like thank all of those who supported him physically, emotionally, and financially. He will continue to work towards safer, stronger communities for us all.
7/21/18: The News Tribune endorses Milt Tremblay in the August 7th primary! Read the endorsement.
Vote Milt Tremblay for safer, stronger communities
Video: Meet Milt in 3 minutes
Pierce County needs is a strong leader who has a vision for a better community. We need someone who is conservative, patriotic, disciplined, hard-working, and respectful. Who has the ability to respond to challenges in a decisive manner. Milt learned these skills while serving our country. We need someone who understands both private business and public service. Who knows that the best way to grow our economy is to work with employers and entrepreneurs to remove barriers so that they can continue to expand our tax base and provide the resources necessary to address challenges. Milt has demonstrated his ability to listen, lead, identify solutions, build consensus and make things happen. He is an experienced strategic and urban planner who understands that just providing funding without knowing what you want is a wasteful exercise in futility. He has been serving our communities for over 40 years. We need to bring back a sense of security so that our youth can feel safe in our schools and neighborhoods. We need someone who is creative and connected, who can bring us together and has the passion, integrity, trust and experience necessary to make change possible. We need Milt Tremblay now!
Milt is ready to serve Pierce County Council District 1
Bonney Lake, Buckley, Carbonado, Crystal Mountain, Greenwater,
Lake Tapps, Orting, South Hill, South Prairie, Wilkeson,
and the unincorporated areas of East Pierce County.
Source: Pierce County 2016 estimates
Who is Milt Tremblay?
Protecting rural interests, fiscally responsible
Consensus builder, solution finder, visionary
Respected by colleagues, long-term relationships
Veteran, board member, city councilman
Looking out for small towns, families, and children
Air Force officer, coach, manager, board chair