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Making Vermont more affordable
For too long Vermonters have been struggling just to get by. I will support policies in Montpelier that will reduce our cost of living and lead to more prosperity for our St. Albans community. I want to limit taxation and lower the cost of living to make Vermont more affordable for working families.
Growing Vermont's economy through workforce development
Vermont has jobs, but we don't have enough qualified workers to fill those jobs. I will focus on creating more opportunities in St. Albans for workers to gain on and off the job training, provide more value to the workforce, and increase their employment options. I want to ensure that education and college educations is affordable and easily accessible for Vermonters.
Continue to combat our communities’ opiate epidemic
An issue that our state has been grappling with for over a decade. We have made some great progress in access to treatment, but now is not the time to let off the gas. We have more tools than ever to prevent and treat addiction. We can turn the corner on this epidemic if we continue forward with focus.
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Casey Toof was born and raised in St. Albans City. He attended St. Albans City Elementary School, BFA, and Castleton University in Castleton, VT where he earned a degree in History and Education. Casey currently owns his own consulting firm Toof Consulting where he specializes in social media and email marketing.
Casey has coached at BFA from 2011-2016, helping his brother with the varsity boys basketball program. Before that Casey coached many other youth programs around Franklin County. Casey is also a member of the Sons of the American Legion and he is a member of the St. Albans Town Planning Commission.
In July of 2014, Casey married the love of his life Ashley. Ashley works as a Public Works Engineer for the City of Burlington Public Works Department. They reside on Clyde Allen Drive in St. Albans Town with their two children Callan and Lukas, and their two labs Natty and Bella.
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