Statewide Results of Primary Election

David Roth won Democratic Senate Primary

An Idaho Falls native, David Roth is executive director of the Bonneville Youth Development Council.  He wants to see immigration reform to ease the worker shortage in agriculture and to provide a pathway to citizenship for DACA young people. In the U.S Senate, he would tackle problems with the high cost of housing and medicines. 
Visit his website and campaign FB page.  

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Stephen Heidt won Democratic  Primary for Idaho Governor

A Marsing resident and lifelong educator, Stephen Heidt has taught students within the Idaho penitentiary in recent years. He's posted a long list of changes he will work for. Included are free post-secondary education, protection for family-owned agriculture, and repeal of right-to-work laws. He is an advocate for affordable housing and clean energy.  
Visit his website and campaign FB page.

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Update on 2C Dem legislative candidates

Bob Solomon, D10 Senate, websitersruok@gmail.com. Bob's set a high goal for doors knocked prior to the primary.  He's holding walk parties the next three Saturdays-- April 30, May 7, May 14.  

Toni Ferro, D11 Senate, websitetoni@ferroforidaho.org. Toni has walk parties scheduled for April 30, May 14, and May 28. She also likes company when she knocks on doors evenings and weekends. 

Rob Scoville, D11A House, FB page, robert@scovilleforidaho.org. Rob will be walking as soon as his palmcards are in.
 
Marisela Pesina, D11B House, website, mariselapesina@yahoo.com. Marisela's KICKOFF CAMPAIGN RALLY is scheduled for May 21 at the Caldwell Memorial Park Band Shell.