We Believe It’s Time for a Change in Legislative Leadership.
WE have the leaders of the House and Senate believing they can block your elected Senator and Representative from taking care of the interests of your district by blocking bills from being heard. They also think that spending your tax dollars when there is a surplus is better than cutting your taxes.
Tell your legislator it’s time for a change.
District 30 – Dean M. Mortimer for Senator, Jeff Thompson for House Seat A, Randy Neal for House Seat B
District 31 – Julianne Young for House Seat B
District 32 – Thomas F. Loertscher for House Seat B
District 33 – Anthony “Tony” Potts for Senator, Barbara Ehardt for House Seat A and Bryan Zollinger for House Seat B
District 34 – Ronald Nate for House Seat A
District 35 – Jud Miller for Senator, Daniel H. Davis for House Seat A and Karey Hanks for House Seat B
As you may note we skipped a number of races we felt the choice was a non-choice so we urge you to either write in a person or just skip it, both send a message.
For Districts 26 and 29 – we will cover them in detail in our fall edition.
Districts 24-35 are a sad commentary on the most “republican state”, where we might find “republicans”, but not many that can call themselves true conservatives. Unfortunately, we had to evaluate six districts (to District 30) before we found a Senator we could support (even he was on the bubble). Although two of these districts are Democratic, the lack of conservative thought and action is certainly a disappointment.
A note on District 27 – it is time for Fred Wood to go. His votes to fund Planned Parenthood are a disgrace and we know he could have never moved that bill without the blessing of Scott Bedke. They are a big part of the problem with the legislature. So if you like higher taxes, more state regulations, and your tax dollars used to fund abortions, we at the Idahoan urge you to keep voting for these two.
And finally District 34 Brent Hill, he’d rather spend your money than cut taxes. He doesn’t care if the system is unfair as long as he has the power to spend. He and Scott Bedke are the problem. Neither have opponents, but if we elect enough conservatives and the voters of this state tell their legislators “CHANGE LEADERSHIP!”, maybe Idaho could become the “shining city on the hill”.