Woodings-Stransky Meet and Greet

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Secretary of State Candidate Holli Woodings will be in Coeur d’Alene on Monday, July 7 to meet and greet supporters in Kootenai County. The event will take place at the home of Ron and Kristy Johnson in Post Falls. Local Legislative District 2 Candidate Cheryl Stransky will also be on hand so its two for one night. Bring and friend and plan to attend. There will be finger food, drinks, and good conversation for all.

Time: 6-8 pm
Location: 312 S. Coho Road, Post Falls ID
Contact Ron Johnson for more information.
Park in the driveway or along Coho Road.

Woodings Enters Secretary of State Race

IdahoDems.org

For Immediate Release
Date: Jan. 31, 2014

Idaho State Representative Holli Woodings announced today that she is running for Idaho Secretary of State. Woodings was prompted to run when Secretary of State Ben Ysursa announced his plans to retire. Woodings pledges to continue Ysursa’s balanced, honest, and principled leadership to safeguard voters’ freedoms and to hold candidates and campaigns accountable.

The first thing I did when I turned 18-years-old was to go register to vote,” Woodings said. “I have always believed that my freedom to vote is the most sacred right I have in our democracy. I know that Idahoans feel the same. I promise to do everything I can to make sure our elections are open and honest and to make voting easy and accessible to all.”

Woodings, who was named one of the 2013 Women of the Year by the Idaho Business Review, was elected to the Legislature in 2012. Notably, she opposed legislation last year that limits the voter initiative process. This year, she is working on a bill to allow people to register to vote at the same time that they renew their driver’s licenses. And, as Secretary of State, she will use her vote on the Idaho Land Board She to push for much needed reinvestment in our public schools.

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Jana Jones: Ready to Restore Idaho Education

Jana_JonesJana Jones has spent her entire career as an educational leader Idahoans can trust to stand up for children and their families.

A fourth generation Idahoan and the first of Wayne and Janice Hammond’s 5 children, Jana was a born into the values that make Idaho great: honesty, hard work, and independence.  She grew up in Bonneville County and attended Idaho Falls School District 91, where she would eventually teach after graduating from Skyline High School and earning her bachelor’s degree in Special Education at Utah State University.

Dissatisfied with the lack of early childhood education in the state before kindergarten was funded, and after earning a master’s degree in Special Education, Jana founded and operated Progressive Day School in Idaho Falls—one of the first early childhood centers in the state to include children with special needs.  Progressive Day School is still open today and is where countless children in Idaho started school, including all of Jana’s children and grandchildren.
Read More at JanaJonesForIdaho.com

Ringo: A Real Leader for Idaho

 

Meet Shirley Ringo – Candidate for US Congress Idaho D1

Shirley Ringo is a teacher, an organizer, a public servant, and a proud Idahoan.

Shirley’s values are Idaho’s values. Give everyone a shot at the American Dream. Reward hard work. Build an economy that’s fair and lifts everyone up. Insist on accountability in government. And protect Idaho, the best place on earth, for future generations.

Shirley’s a leader for all of Idaho. After 14 years in the Idaho House, her colleagues chose her to co-chair the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee — even though she’s a bright-blue Democrat in a deep-red state.

Learn more about Shirley at ShirleyRingo.com