Thomas Vincent

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Growing up he attended the public schools in Port Saint Lucie, starting at Morningside Elementary all the way to Treasure Coast High School. The people in his neighborhood would come out and we would all play sports in the city streets. Thomas' whole life has been nurtured by that city.

Thomas has lived the life of switching between multiple jobs in a short period of time. He started out working as a pizza delivery driver and also tried a retail sales job. Thomas learned a lot about his community while working as a research assistant at the Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County, a job reserved for college graduates with an MBA. As Thomas was attending high school and working at the Economic Development Council, he started my own business called Boosted Gallery. That business was a photography business including himself and three photographers. He was the Founder and CEO. After graduating high school Thomas went on to currently volunteer at the public defender’s office to further involve himself in his city, a position he continues to this day.

As of January 9th, 2020, Thomas kicked off his campaign for Port St. Lucie City Council, District 4.

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