Laurie Lickley is a native of Salmon, ID and a 1990 graduate of the University of Idaho with a B.S. degree in Agricultural Economics. She and her husband raised their two children on the family’s century farm and ranch in Jerome. Along with the day-to-day ranch and farm operations in Idaho and Nevada, Laurie served Idaho’s beef industry from the local to the national level. She is midway through her second term in the Idaho House of Representatives and serves on the Health and Welfare Committee and as Vice Chair of the Resources and Conservation Committee.
Director National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) from 2009-2011 and again from 2014-2016
Idaho Foodbank Food Resources Coordinator
Lifetime affiliate member and former board member of Leadership Idaho Agriculture.
Past President Idaho Cattle Association and Chairman Idaho CattleWomen Council
Idaho’s Behavioral Health Council 2020-Present
Northwest Pacific Fisheries Task Force
Idaho Power’s Integrated Resource Plan Advisory Council (IRPAC)
Past President Jerome Rotary
Lifetime NRA Member
Proven Leadership, Common Sense, and Integrity
I will not compromise my fundamental values in making decisions on your behalf. YOU deserve to have your voice heard at the state level. Like YOU, I am a parent, a business owner, and a passionate advocate for creating an Idaho our children and grandchildren will be proud to inherit.
Stronger Roots, Stronger Families, Stronger Communities
Together, we can make Idaho stronger.