Twin Falls Co. Democratic ex committee meets tonight

The Twin Falls Co. Democratic Executive Committee meets this evening – Monday November 19, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the County Annex West Building in the Planning & Zoning Room at 7:00 PM.

We will be reviewing the election results and putting together an agenda for a Strategic Planning Session to be held in January. Interested Democrats are welcome to attend.

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Still time to go and early vote

Early voting will run from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. today (Nov 1. and Nov. 2) at the Twin Falls County Offices at 630 Addison Avenue West.
This link gives details on registering at the polls
No Early Voting Is Available Monday Nov. 5th
See if you are registered at your current address:
Regular Voting in Idaho goes from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday Nov 6th at your precinct’s polling place
Find You Polling Place at This Link

Kristin Collum visits Twin Falls

Kristin Collum, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor of Idaho will be in Twin Falls on Thursday, October 4th for a “Cocktails with Kristin” event at Rock Creek restaurant in the banquet room from 5:30-7 pm.

Kristin Collum spent 12 years in the Army where she rose to Lieutenant in an infantry division and worked for Colin Powell in the Pentagon when he was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Now a proud mother and tech leader Kristin has the skills and experience to lead Idaho forward as our next Lt Governor.

Go and say hello and support this fine candidate.

For more about Kristin go to  https://www.Collum4Idaho.org

Democratic picnic draws state candidates and a large crowd

A large crowd and state and legislative candidates turned out for the Twin Falls County Democratic summer picnic on July 15 at Rock Creek Park.

In attendance were Paulette Jordan, the Democratic candidate for Idaho governor; Aaron Swisher, who is running for the U.S. House of Representatives Idaho’s 2nd Congressional District; Secretary of State candidate Jill Humble; State Superintendent Cindy Wilson; and District 24 legislative candidate Deborah Silver.

More than 70 people came out for the event.

Photos courtesy of Kevin Bradshaw