April 28, 2020

Bryon Reed Endorses Britt Raybould

Bryon Reed

An important primary election will be held on May 19th of this year. Now, more than ever, we need practical thinkers in our state legislature. For that reason, I am endorsing Britt Raybould, to be re-elected as our state representative in District 34B. As a Bonneville County Commissioner, I have worked with Britt on several important issues facing county taxpayers. …

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April 28, 2020

We Support Britt Raybould

District 34 Supporters

It’s an honor and privilege to serve District 34. I’m humbled by the support I’ve received and ask for your vote in the Republican Primary. “We live in District 34, and support Britt Raybould. We encourage you to vote for her in the May Primary.” Marvin & Karen Bagley Brian & Tacy Ball Layne & Tamie Ball Brent & Janet …

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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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