Category: Press Release

Paulette Jordan’s Meltdown Continues: Jordan Launches Angry Personal Attacks Against Media, Individual Voters

Sept. 24, 2018 Over the past three days Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan has lashed out at the media and even some voters as questions continue about staff turmoil and questionable campaign finance dealings. On Friday during an interview with 670 KBOI Radio’s Nate Shelman (recorded on video by KTVB-TV), Jordan referred to reports of…

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Idaho Democrats in Disarray: Meltdown on Jordan campaign raises questions for Democratic candidates & Dem PAC

Sept. 21, 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan’s campaign is entering its second week of turmoil surrounding the resignation of three top staffers and accusations of ethically questionable behavior over a federal super PAC, Strength and Progress, Jordan was coordinating with and raising money for. While Jordan has responded by attacking her former staffers – who apparently…

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Idaho Metro Areas See Healthy Economic Growth

Sept. 19, 2018 Boise – Idaho’s six major metropolitan areas had Gross Domestic Product growth above the national average in 2017, according to new numbers released yesterday by the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis. Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, is the total value of goods and services produced in a one-year period. Here are the…

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Idaho Democrats Embrace Radical Left Group

Sept. 18, 2018 Some of the top Democratic candidates in Idaho – including candidate for governor Paulette Jordan and for lieutenant governor Kristin Collum – are proudly touting their endorsement from a group so far to the left it almost makes Bernie Sanders look like a moderate. United Vision for Idaho, along with its sister organizations United Action for Idaho and Rise Up, Idaho,…

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QUESTIONS FOR PAULETTE JORDAN: She’s back from California. Time for her to come clean about her campaign.

Sept. 18, 2018 On Friday, Sept. 14, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan’s campaign descended further into chaos as three of her top staffers — campaign manager, communications director and scheduler — abruptly quit. According to news reports none of them could speak publicly about what happened because Jordan made them sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs). This is not the…

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Idaho 6th in the Nation for Rainy Day Funds

A recent Pew Research analysis shows that Idaho is one of the most fiscally healthy states in the nation. Idaho ranks 6th for number of days it could run on state “rainy day” funds, and is one of 26 states whose rainy day fund balances surpass pre-recession levels. “Republican leadership is paying off well for the people of Idaho,” said state GOP chairman Jonathan Parker.

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…

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