Washington County,  – A seventh-generation farmer, born and raised in Fredericksburg, proudly announced his candidacy for County Council. With a deep-rooted commitment to his community, Todd Armstrong aims to lead Washington County towards continued growth and prosperity.

Growing up on his family’s 200-year-old farm fueled his passion for agriculture and taught him the rewards of hard work. Today, he serves as President of Armstrong Cattle & Crops residing in Fredericksburg, on the family farm. For the past 29 years, Armstrong has worked at AgriGold, where he served as a District Sales Manager. His dedication to agriculture and his community is evident in his extensive involvement in various local organizations and boards.

Armstrong is a proud father of four children, all of whom live, work, and attend school in the area. His desire to contribute to the economic growth and sustainability of his community for future generations fuels his candidacy for County Council. He aims to ensure fiscal responsibility and accountability, while promoting controlled economic growth.

Armstrong’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to acquire over 50 apartment units in Salem, addressing a critical need for housing in the community. His immersion in real estate endeavors also enlightened him to the vital role of sound infrastructure.

"As a lifelong resident of Washington County, I am deeply invested in the well-being and success of our community," said Armstrong. "I am running for County Council to ensure that Washington County continues to thrive and prosper. Agriculture is the greatest contributor to our county's economy, and as a farmer and businessman myself, I understand the unique challenges and opportunities facing our community. I am committed to being a strong advocate for our farmers and for all residents of Washington County."

In addition to his professional endeavors, Armstrong is an active member of Mount Tabor Christian Church and has served on the Washington County Soil and Water Board for over a decade. During his tenure on the board, Armstrong was instrumental in securing millions of dollars in grants for the county, demonstrating his ability to deliver tangible results. 

Furthermore, Armstrong's commitment to community service is evident through his involvement in organizations such as the Horner’s Chapel Cemetery Board and the West Washington FFA Advisory Board.

With his dedication and experience, Armstrong is poised to be a responsible steward of local tax dollars and looks forward to improving the quality of life for residents.


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