An Update On My Campaign
As is pretty well known by now, I won the Primary mid-May. Thanks again to everyone who helped to make this happen; much appreciated. Since the Primary, I've been busy preparing with hopes of quickly flattening the learning curve and being as effective as possible. Along with this preparation, I have met with fellow legislators, constituent groups, and state agencies. I participated in training sessions, attended the state GOP Convention, and other conferences. This pace will continue until I head down to Boise November 28th – December 2nd for orientation.
I am fortunate to not be contested in the November 8th general election. However, I will continue to campaign and ensure my presence is maintained and available to those who will be contested. I will continue current preparation activities leading up to the general election. Occasionally I will be out of town, which will likely create a few schedule conflicts. So, I might need help here and there to ensure adequate coverage, etc. Please see the below items for the next phase of the campaign plan:
• If you have sign(s) leftover from the Primary – think about putting them back up towards the end of September
• If you need a sign or know someone who needs one, contact me, and I will get one to you
• To ensure they are available, I will be looking to have someone take my existing sign cache for when I will be out of town
• This Saturday, Freedom Festival at Candlelight Church from 10AM to 2PM. If you are available, there will be opportunities to help at various booths, etc.
• All help is welcomed October 14th (6PM to 9PM) for the rack card stuffing party, located at the 1st Baptist Church on Wallace St. in Coeur d’ Alene. We will prepare door hangers full of candidate information to be delivered by precinct members
That’s it for now! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have questions. It's time to continue the process of taking back our state! I am intent on making a difference, and your assistance will move us closer to making that difference.
Idaho State Senate Candidate, LD5