State Rep. Caroline Troy named one of 18 “Races to Watch” nationwide

Aug. 2, 2018

Boise – State Rep. Caroline Nilsson Troy, R-Genesse, running for re-election in Idaho’s 5th Legislative District, has been singled out as one of 18 state-level “Races to Watch” by a national Republican organization.

The Republican State Leadership Committee today released its “18 in ’18” Future Majority Project, Right Women Right Now Races to Watch with Troy on the list.

According to the RSLC,

“As state-level Republicans have reached modern highs in legislative majorities and statewide offices held, the RSLC has brought attention to outstanding Future Majority Project (FMP) and Right Women, Right Now (RWRN) candidates running in critical races by highlighting them through the “Races to Watch” program.

“In 2018, candidates featured as part of the 18 in ‘18 Races to Watch program are running in some of this year’s biggest legislative and statewide races.”

State Republican Party chairman Jonathan Parker applauded Troy for the recognition and for her work on behalf of her constituents.

“Caroline Troy is an outstanding legislator who does excellent work representing the people and communities of the Fifth District,” Parker said. “It’s only fitting that she should be recognized for the intelligence and dedication she brings to the job. The state party will be strongly supporting Representative Troy and all our other legislative candidates this election season, so the people of Idaho can continue to be well-represented in their state government.”


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