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.
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.
The Kootenai Democratic Women’s Association will be holding their annual gift campaign for North Idaho CASA. Please bring a wrapped shower gift to be donated to a child in the CASA program. Gifts should be appropriate for infants to children who are two years of age. The event will take place at the home of Sheila Gary, 11880 Friar Drive in Hayden Idaho. So save the date, THURSDAY, MAY 15, and plan to attend. The party begins at 6:30 p.m.
This event is hosted by Sheila Gary 772-5873 and Kathy Beechler 667-0648.
North Idaho CASA serves Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Kootenai, and Shoshone Counties. Their program serves over 500 children that have been abused or neglected annually.
The Kootenai Democratic Women’s Association is an organization to support women and their issues and to help women get elected in all levels of office, both locally and statewide.