The Winfield Township primary is slated for Feb. 28. | File photo
Curbing taxes, streamlining procedures and remaining accountable topped Republican candidate Dave Tornga’s priorities for Winfield Township as he recently reached out to constituents in his bid for supervisor via Facebook, touting a platform of efficiency.
Broadcasting his message via social media, the GOP contender reiterated his main goals for effective leadership of the jurisdiction.
“Most importantly, hold the line on property taxes,” he said in a Facebook post. “Secondly, re-evaluate the township and all programs for efficiency, applicability and duplicity… Thirdly, accountability needs to be increased.”
Tornga elaborated on his objectives with details, encouraging more diligent communication, transparency, and upgrades to reduce errors.
“All three of these are interrelated … to my goal of Winfield Township providing the most caring cost efficient government,” he said via the post.
The candidate serves as a Winfield Township trustee, having been appointed to fill a vacancy in 2011.
An attorney by trade, Tornga specializes in investment real estate matters. He earned an MBA from the University of Michigan, as well.
Tornga, who has maintained active involvement in the Republican Party, stays connected to his community through numerous civic, athletic and church activities.
The primary is slated for Feb. 28.