Code For Bannock County Commissioner

codeforcommissionerIDWC 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.

Woodings-Stransky Meet and Greet

Woodings Stransky sm

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.

Jeanne Buell Honored for Lifetime Achievement

Jeanne Buell

The Idaho Democratic Women’s Caucus recognizes the immeasurable contributions by IDWC founder and lifetime Democrat Jeanne Buell. She is a longtime Idaho Democratic Party leader and we are thrilled that her efforts are finally being recognized by our organization. She is currently the vice chair of the Idaho Democratic Party and has long labored in the trenches working hard to advance the principles that guide Democrats. She has been an instrumental and dedicated contributor to the Party building efforts of the Idaho Democrats and the IDWC for many, many years. We are so grateful for her leadership and how she leaders others by example.

Read more about her nomination here.

Stennett Receives Annual Dottie Stimpson Award at Annual Breakfast

Michelle Stennett accepts Dottie Stimpson Award at IDWC Annual Breakfast

State Senate Minority Leader Michelle Stennett was recognized for her dedication and leadership in state politics by fellow members of the IDWC. Michelle’s commitment to bring respectful, collaborative, smart governing to the Idaho Legislature is an example to women statewide. We celebrate her contributions and support her efforts to create a state government that is transparent and accessible to everyone.

Read more about her nomination here.