Mike Troup speaks at the Quincy, IL Tea Party meeting on December 1, 2020.
What is important is that all people are heard. This is a key takeaway and a reason I would like to thank the Quincy Tea Party for allowing all candidates to address their club last night. As Mayor of Quincy, I will do what I have always done: listen to all sides and considerations before making a decision.
Start up businesses to publicly traded companies exceeding $200 million dollars in revenue, and 22 years as a small business owner.
Decades of sound financial decisions.
Over 32 years of Government sector experience from county boards, to GREDF.
Proven Leadership. Proven Results.