IYD is happy to congratulate young Democrat Rep-Elect Paulette Jordan on winning a very competitive race for the Idaho State Legislature. She will go on to represent Idaho’s District 5 starting January 2015.
Jordan, 34, is a native and life-long resident of Idaho, as well as an enrolled member of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, who has been involved in local politics and community activism for years. She has served three years as the youngest elected member of the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council.
Education, jobs and the economy are major priorities for Jordan, who aims to strengthen education and prioritize resources for Idaho schools. Her focus is to also promote economic opportunities that strike an important balance between industry and appropriate protections for local property owners and our unique quality of life.
Paulette resides in the countryside of northern Idaho enjoying motherhood, playing sports, riding horseback and outings appreciating the great outdoors with family and friends.
Coeur d’Alene area Democrats have a wonderful opportunity to meet your statewide and local candidates for public office including Shirley Ringo for US Congress. There is going to be an old-fashioned block party where attendees can also learn about Block Watch in our Neighborhoods. Additionally, there is going to be a garage sale with lots of girls jeans size 6, 8, 10 available for purchase.
|BLOCK PARTY DETAILS
|September 5, 2014
|4:00 to 8:30 pm
|1802 N 5th Street
(Between 5th and 6th Street on Poplar)
|Coeur d’Alene, ID
The event will also feature a dunk tank, which is an attraction that always brings lots of laughter and fun. There will also be some face painting by Stacey Ringo for attendees both old and young alike.
For more information, contact Barbara Harris at 208-818-1076 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IDWC Member Tamara Code is running for Bannock County Commissioner-District 1. Tamara will be a strong contributor in assessing the challenges faced in the county while being an accessible and accountable commissioner. Bannock County needs leaders like Tamara to encourage economic opportunities that add value and ability for a higher quality of life. Tamara brings a wealth of experience to building a sustainable county for today and future generations to come! You can help Tamara by contributing to her campaign or by attending an event.
Meet Tamara at the following events.
July 9th-Meet and Greet at the Lava Hot Springs (5:30 pm)
July 12th-Pioneers Day Parade in McCammon (4 pm)
July 19th-Campaign kickoff for Robert Poleki at the Bridge in Pocatello (6 pm)
July 26-Bannock Democrat’s Annual Picnic at Sister City Park in Pocatello (4:30 pm)
August 1-Code Campaign Kickoff at the Rosewood Reception Center in Pocatello (6 pm)
August 2-Meet and Greet at Robin Park in Arimo (5 pm)
Visit Tamara’s website at democracy.com/codeforcommissioner.