I’m a proud sister, daughter, and granddaughter to amazing people that have shown me the value of serving our community. I want to set the same example for my nieces.

Raybould Family

Idaho is a great state, and I will do my part to make sure it stays that way.

As a fourth-generation Idahoan, I’m blessed to work with and live near my family. As the CFO of our family farm, I spend my days balancing the books, creating budgets, and making sure we’re taking care of our employees. I know what it means for people to depend on you, and I make every effort to not let them down.

In addition to helping manage the farm, I also run the consulting business I started almost 15 years ago. I focus on strategy and marketing for small business owners, and I love supporting other dedicated entrepreneurs who dream big and work even harder.

I took that work ethic with me into the Idaho House and my service on three committees critical to Madison County: Joint Finance-Appropriation Committee (JFAC), Resources & Conservation Committee, and Environment, Energy & Technology Committee.


CFO, Raybould Brothers Farms
(2016 – current)

Director of Food Safety & Technology, Raybould Brothers Farms
(2005 – 2016)

Owner, Write Bold
(2007 – current)

Corporate Marketing
(2000 – 2007)

Board Member, Ag Data Transparency Evaluator
(2016 – 2022)

Past Chair, Ag Affairs Committee, Idaho Potato Commission
(2014 – 2016)


State Representative, Idaho House
(2018 – 2020; 2022 – current)

President, National Potato Council
(2020 – 2021)

Vice-President, Legislative & Government Affairs, National Potato Council
(2016 – 2020)

Madison County Youth Committeeperson
(2015 – 2020)

Idaho Republican Region 7 Secretary
(2016 – 2018)

Intern, Governor Dirk Kempthorne’s Office


Ph.D. Public Policy & Administration, Boise State University
(2021 – current; Doctoral Candidate)

Master of Professional Communication, Westminster College

Bachelor of Arts, Boise State University

Sugar-Salem High School

I believe every Idahoan should have the opportunity to build a life that includes their family and loved ones. I will be forever grateful for the chance to work with my family. It’s meant getting to make amazing memories with my nieces and spending more time together. I hope to leave Idaho a place that offers them the same choice.

Britt Raybould