It’s Day 7 of our statewide Idaho GOP Bus Tour! We hope to see you at one of our stops. Here’s today’s schedule:
Democrat Muffy Davis, the special interests’ candidate of choice for state legislature in District 26, is teaming up with a well-funded political action committee to try to trick voters into thinking she’s on the people’s side. But Lying Muffy Davis has shown her true colors: She’ll side with whoever has the deepest pockets and the biggest bank account.
On Day 6 of our statewide Idaho GOP Bus Tour, we’ll be in Arco, Terreton, Dubois, Ashton, Island Park, St. Anthony and Rexburg. Come and visit at one of our stops! Here’s the day’s schedule:
After taking Sunday off, we’re back on the road for Day 5 of the Idaho GOP Bus Tour. We hope to see you at one of our stops! Here’s the day’s schedule:
On Day 4 of the statewide Idaho GOP Bus Tour we’re in Moscow. We”re taking Sunday, Oct. 21, off, but will be back on the road for Day 5 on Monday! Here’s the day’s schedule:
Day 3 of the statewide Idaho GOP Bus Tour, Friday Oct. 19, takes us to St. Maries, Kellogg, Post Falls, Ponderay, Bonners Ferry, Priest River and Coeur d’Alene. We hope to see you at one of our stops!
Thursday, Oct. 18 is Day 2 of the statewide Idaho GOP Bus Tour! Join us at one of our stops to visit with our candidates! Here’s today’s schedule:
Election Day is just three weeks away! If you want to vote from the convenience of your home, it’s not too late to request an absentee ballot. You can also take advantage of Early Voting, or vote at the polls on Election Day. We’ve got all the info you need to vote and protect the Idaho values we hold dear.
Oct. 13, 2018 In the KBOI 2-TV/670 KBOI Radio gubernatorial debate today, Democrat Paulette Jordan made several statements that don’t square with the facts. But the most egregious one by far was Jordan’s dubious claim that “Everything that is rating our education system has stated that Idaho is last in categorically everything.” Fact Check: While Idaho certainly has…
At a friendly campaign forum in Boise last night, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan said there are “prophecies” about her candidacy, that people worldwide are looking to her campaign, and that she is similar to French President Emmanuel Macron. Jordan also said she’s “from the party of love” and is part of an “army of love,” but also blamed a peaceful Republican counter-demonstrator who was attacked at last Friday’s anti-Kavanaugh protest in Boise for being there to “incite anger.”