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


Come picnic with the Twin Falls County Democrats

The Twin Falls County Democratic Summer Picnic will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. July 15
at the Lions Den Pavilion at Rock Creek Park
Chicken, drinks, and table service will be provided. If you want to bring your own drinks, no glass beverages are allowed in the park.
If your last name begins with the letters:
A-H,  please bring a side dish
I-P     please bring a salad
Q-Z    please bring a dessert
It is also advisable you bring a chair in case we run out of table space.

Join in the parade

Twin Falls County Democrats will be represented in the Western Days Parade on Saturday, June 2.
We really would like to see supporters walk or ride bicycles along with the float.
Line-up will begin 6 A.M. on Saturday, June 2nd. Our entry MUST be manned at all times during the line-up. Richard Parrott will line up by 7 a.m. on Falls Ave. between CSI and the Turf Club. Come help decorate and have fun chatting with other Democrats.
Please arrive no later 8:45.
Invite a friend. Make a sign to carry while walking or biking behind the float (Please keep it POSITIVE and CIVIL)
If there are any questions, contact Richard Parrott ASAP at or call 208-308-7113.