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Meet our Candidates for the 2020 Election

Jim Guthrie

Jim Guthrie

Senator - District 28

As another election approaches, my campaign committee, family, and supporters wish to thank the Bannock and Power County area residents for your continued support. I am is humbled to represent our area and will continue to work hard to serve our best interests in the State Senate.

Randy Armstrong

Randy Armstrong

Representative - District 28

Randy is a member of the Idaho House of Representatives. He assumed office on December 1, 2016. He is running for re-election to the Idaho House of Representatives to represent District 28A.

Dustin Manwaring

Dustin Manwaring

Representative - District 28

In 2016, Manwaring was elected as the only Republican state representative in the 29th legislative district, representing the City of Pocatello and surrounding area in the Idaho House of Representatives. Manwaring served on the Business, State Affairs, and Local Government committees.

Ernie Moser

Ernie Moser

Commissioner

 

Ernie has served as Bannock County Commissioner since winning the seat in 2018. Prior to becoming a County Commissioner, he served as Mayor of Inkom.

Jeff Hough

Jeff Hough

Commissioner

Jeff believes in conservative principles and is commited to finding ways to keep property tax costs in check. He supports small business and believes Bannock County has a lot to offer companies looking for new opportunties.

Upcoming Events

U.S. Senator Jim Risch

Please join us for an open house at the Republican Headquarters on
Tuesday, October 13th from 4:30 to 7:00 pm at 750 N 5th Ave.

Senator Risch will be in attendance.

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Great speech from Senator Mike Lee, who sits on the Judiciary Committee! Amy Coney Barrett will give power back to the American people.

“Democrats aren’t angry that Barrett is going to be a partisan justice but because they know she will not be. They aren’t afraid that she will legislate from the bench but that she will force both parties to legislate from statehouses.

“We need to confirm Amy Coney Barrett not to give political power to conservatives or Republicans but to finally give it back to the American people from whom it was stolen so many years ago,” Lee said.
www.deseret.com/utah/2020/10/22/21528661/amy-coney-barrett-supreme-court-confirmation-senate-judi...
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Great speech from Senator Mike Lee, who sits on the Judiciary Committee! Amy Coney Barrett will give power back to the American people. 

“Democrats aren’t angry that Barrett is going to be a partisan justice but because they know she will not be. They aren’t afraid that she will legislate from the bench but that she will force both parties to legislate from statehouses. 

“We need to confirm Amy Coney Barrett not to give political power to conservatives or Republicans but to finally give it back to the American people from whom it was stolen so many years ago,” Lee said.
https://www.deseret.com/utah/2020/10/22/21528661/amy-coney-barrett-supreme-court-confirmation-senate-judiciary-committee-mike-lee?fbclid=IwAR0IKhquB6ApSqfpeWQHAOx71uPy5bVG9UvHGA27YV-a0AtnRt3iC6PhaK8

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Great speech!

It's time for a red wave! Early voting is available Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm at the Bannock County Elections office at 141 North 6th Avenue until October 30th. Please note that if you received an absentee ballot and choose to vote in person you'll need to bring the absentee ballot with you. If you have any questions, you can call the Bannock County Elections Office at (208) 236-7333.

If you have an hour or two to help us call fellow Republicans to remind them to vote, we could use your help! Just come to the GOP headquarters at 750 N 5th Ave, Monday through Friday from 3-6. Thanks for your support!
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Its time for a red wave! Early voting is available Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm at the Bannock County Elections office at 141 North 6th Avenue until October 30th. Please note that if you received an absentee ballot and choose to vote in person youll need to bring the absentee ballot with you. If you have any questions, you can call the Bannock County Elections Office at (208) 236-7333.

If you have an hour or two to help us call fellow Republicans to remind them to vote, we could use your help! Just come to the GOP headquarters at 750 N 5th Ave, Monday through Friday from 3-6. Thanks for your support!

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I want to thank the Pocatello Fire Fighters, IAFF Local #187 for their endorsement. ... See MoreSee Less

Received an Endorsement from Sheriff Tony Manu. Thanks Sheriff. ... See MoreSee Less

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