May 3, 2022

Bill Moss: Britt Raybould Will Best Support Schools and Madison County  

Bill Moss & Britt Raybould

Recently I visited with some local elementary school teachers and they expressed dismay that Ron Nate voted against several key education bills. I researched the legislative records and it was very enlightening. I discovered that Mr. Nate voted no against 14 educational bills, including the following: He voted No against Teacher Health Insurance, which simply allows school districts to join the state insurance program …

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March 30, 2022

We Must Protect Idaho’s Water

Britt Raybould Kept the EPA Out of Idaho

Water is critical to Idaho’s future. You don’t need a peer-reviewed study to know that. It’s common sense. Water is the lifeblood of local farmers, and I see it as the foundation of our community. Without clean, sustainable water, families and businesses can’t thrive in Madison County. We must protect this critical resource, and I promise to do everything possible to safeguard our …

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November 10, 2021

Britt Raybould Launches 2022 Campaign for the Idaho House in Madison County

Donate to Britt Raybould

In her first term (2018-2020), Britt took an active role on the Joint Finance-Appropriation Committee, Resources and Conservation Committee, and the Environment, Energy, & Technology Committee. Raybould successfully sponsored over four dozen pieces of legislation that became law, including critical budget bills that increased teacher pay, funded state emergency services, and protected Idaho’s natural resources. In addition, she took the lead on safeguarding Idaho’s water and helping local business owners protect private property.

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April 15, 2020

Your Right to Keep & Bear Arms

2nd Amendment

I swore an oath to support the U.S. and Idaho Constitutions, which are very clear about the right to keep and bear arms. I will not let anything infringe or abridge these constitutional rights. If a proposed bill doesn’t support these rights, it doesn’t have my support.

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March 6, 2018

Campaign Update: Engage & Listen

Engage & Listen

Last week, I spent a few days in Washington, D.C., with the National Potato Council visiting our Idaho representatives and senators. Our goal was to highlight specific issues affecting our state, including concerns about trade, immigration, and research.

I know that some people wonder if it helps at all to have these conversations.

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February 20, 2018

Campaign Update: Be Kind

Be Kind - Fred Rogers

Today’s update was meant to be something else. Then, this happened:

“Idaho Senator Yells at Students Lobbying for Birth Control”

We all have a right to strong beliefs and to defend those beliefs, but this exchange goes beyond defense. It reminded me that how we choose to act (or react) continues to be one of the few things within our total control, and it made me think of these timely words from Mr. Rogers:

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