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Gem State Patriot 2024 GOP Primary Endorsements

U.S. Representative, District 1 — Russ Fulcher
U.S. Representative, District 2 — Scott Cleveland

Legislative Dist. 1 — Senate — Scott Herndon
Legislative Dist. 1 — House Seat A — Spencer Hutchings
Legislative Dist. 1 — House Seat B — Cornel Rasor

Legislative Dist. 2 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 2 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 2 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 3 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 3 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 3 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 4 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 4 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 4 — House Seat B — Elaine Price

Legislative Dist. 5 — Senate — Carl Bjerke
Legislative Dist. 5 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 5 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 6 — Senate — Dan Foreman
Legislative Dist. 6 — House Seat A — Colton Bennett
Legislative Dist. 6 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 7 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 7 — House Seat A — Jim Chmelik
Legislative Dist. 7 — House Seat B — Larry Dunn

Legislative Dist. 8 — Senate — Christy Zito
Legislative Dist. 8 — House Seat A — Rob Beiswenger
Legislative Dist. 8 — House Seat B — Faye Thompson

Legislative Dist. 9 — Senate — Brandon Shippy
Legislative Dist. 9 — House Seat A — Jacyn Gallagher
Legislative Dist. 9 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 10 — Senate — Tammy Nichols
Legislative Dist. 10 — House Seat A — Rachel Hazelip
Legislative Dist. 10 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 11 — Senate — Chris Trakel
Legislative Dist. 11 — House Seat A — Kent A. Marmon
Legislative Dist. 11 — House Seat B — Lucas Cayler

Legislative Dist. 12 — Senate — No Endorsement
Legislative Dist. 12 — House Seat A — Jarome Bell
Legislative Dist. 12 — House Seat B — No Endorsement

Legislative Dist. 13 — Senate — Brian Lenney
Legislative Dist. 13 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 13 — House Seat B — Steve Tanner

Legislative Dist. 14 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 14 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 14 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 15 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 15 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 15 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 16 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 16 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 16 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 17 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 17 — House Seat A — No GOP Candidate
Legislative Dist. 17 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 18 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 18 — House Seat A — No GOP Candidate
Legislative Dist. 18 — House Seat B — No GOP Candidate

Legislative Dist. 19 — Senate — No GOP Candidate
Legislative Dist. 19 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 19 — House Seat B — No GOP Candidate

Legislative Dist. 20 — Senate — Josh Keyser
Legislative Dist. 20 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 20 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 21 — Senate — Brenda Bourn
Legislative Dist. 21 — House Seat A — No Endorsement
Legislative Dist. 21 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 22 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 22 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 22 — House Seat B — Jason A. Monks

Legislative Dist. 23 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 23 — House Seat A — Chris Bruce
Legislative Dist. 23 — House Seat B — Tina Lambert

Legislative Dist. 24 — Senate — Glenneda Zuiderveld
Legislative Dist. 24 — House Seat A — Clint Hostetler
Legislative Dist. 24 — House Seat B — Jeff Faulkner

Legislative Dist. 25 — Senate — Josh Kohl
Legislative Dist. 25 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 25 — House Seat B — David J. Leavitt

Legislative Dist. 26 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 26 — House Seat A — Kally Schiffler
Legislative Dist. 26 — House Seat B — Lyle Johnstone

Legislative Dist. 27 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 27 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 27 — House Seat B — Pat Field

Legislative Dist. 28 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 28 — House Seat A — James Lamborn
Legislative Dist. 28 — House Seat B — Kirk Jackson

Legislative Dist. 29 — Senate — No GOP Candidate
Legislative Dist. 29 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 29 — House Seat B — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY

Legislative Dist. 30 — Senate — Jerry Truth Bingham
Legislative Dist. 30 — House Seat A — No Endorsement
Legislative Dist. 30 — House Seat B — Julianne Young

Legislative Dist. 31 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 31 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 31 — House Seat B — Karey Hanks

Legislative Dist. 32 — Senate — Keith Newberry
Legislative Dist. 32 — House Seat A — Kelly Golden
Legislative Dist. 32 — House Seat B — Bryan Smith

Legislative Dist. 33 — Senate — Bryan Scholz
Legislative Dist. 33 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 33 — House Seat B — Jilene Burger

Legislative Dist. 34 — Senate — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 34 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 34 — House Seat B — Larry E Golden

Legislative Dist. 35 — Senate — Doug Toomer
Legislative Dist. 35 — House Seat A — UNCONTESTED PRIMARY
Legislative Dist. 35 — House Seat B — Brett C. Skidmore

11 replies on “Gem State Patriot 2024 GOP Primary Endorsements”

Y’all might want to rethink L1 Seat A. That man has issues. He yells at women and children. He got removed from the Bonner Central Committee (he was treasurer) for a reason. NOT the best choice.

Jane Sauter is a lovely person. I met her the other day. If I were in L1, I would surely vote for her, and she’s recommended by the Bonner GOP, a very sincere and freedom-loving group of people as I’ve encountered.

You might want to rethink Legislative 7. Kyle Harris is a much better choice and a great strong conservative! He knows the issues we are facing against RINO republicans and is willing to take a stand and willing to do the work. His opponent is borderline and very full of himself!

The Counties in District 7 need more help at the state level in natural resources and Jim Chmelik is well educated in that area. When I hear candidates speak they rarely understand how logging, grazing and recreation are integrated into our County’s economy. Our families, our businesses and our tax structure will fall into further decline without a great deal more attention being paid to the current plans the Biden Administration has for our forests. His old growth plan will cause problems for our mills and leave dead timber to burn. We are so lucky to have mills, most of the mills in the west have already been pushed out of business. Biden big burn plan allows for the burning of 1.3 million acres of the 2.3 million acres of the Payette National Forest. Jim Chmelik will hit the ground running. He understands the details. Both candidates are conservative and both are fine men and no doubt will vote right but there is more to the job than just voting right. Adams County Commissioner Viki Purdy

There’s no contact information on iLuvIdaho.org–for Ada county they recommend Scott Traubel for sheriff, but the sample ballot has only one name: Matthew Clifford….

I highly recommend Kyle Harris for Representative for D7, Seat A! He is the real conservative and has the guts to stand up to the establishment.

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Legislative Dist. 21 — House Seat A — No Endorsement
PLEASE ENDORSE MONICA McKINLEY
https://monicaforidaho.com/

I’m aware State Parties are somwhat autonomous, however I’m still surprised that every G O P candidate we spoke with in Salmon was not aware or particularly interested that the G O P National Platform has a resolution opposing Agenda 21 , now called 21/30/50, under National Sovereignty, accepted in 2012 and still current. If they are not interested, they are ignorant of the facts. Karey Hanks is my choice for Dist 31.

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