On Wednesday, Feb. 28th I had the opportunity to visit with Ada County Republicans about my campaign for Idaho’s Lt. Governor. It was a great group and a wonderful evening. This short video is my introduction speech and covers the issues I am campaigning on.
Week three of the 2018 session is history. We have finished up with rules on several of the committees I am on. There have been some new bills introduced and have passed four bills so far.
Week two of the 2018 Legislative session is in the books! It was another great week and things are going smoothly. Here is the video from my Facebook Live event for the second week of the session:
The 2018 Legislative session has begun. It was a great week and this year has many exciting things on the horizon. Here is the video from my Facebook Live event for the first week of the session:
In the past months, I have logged thousands of miles on my purple RV campaigning to become Lt. Governor. Traveling between Idaho’s borders, I’ve met thousands of Idahoans. I marveled at the varied circumstances and the beauty of Idaho’s diverse geography.
Grangeville, Idaho- Today, Idaho Lt. Governor candidate Kelley Packer visited her 200th city and all five Indian Reservations in Idaho. When Packer kicked off her campaign on April 10th, she committed to touring Idaho by making stops at all 200 incorporated cities and the five federally recognized Indian Reservations by the end of October.
My wrap-up report: The good, the bad and the ugly! The Legislature has finished! What did we accomplish? What did we screw up? And what does the public think of us? I talk about these questions on my 2017 Idaho Legislative Wrap-up Report. https://soundcloud.com/kelley-packer/the-wrap-up-report-rep-kelley-packer-2017-idaho-legislative-report
This was supposed to be the wrap up report but the band marches on. Today I talk about the political infighting and this last push through to the finish line. https://soundcloud.com/kelley-packer/week-11-rep-kelley-packer-2017-idaho-legislative-report
House and Senate leadership are committed to bring the legislature to a close by the end of this week. However, there are still several critical issues to be addressed. In today’s podcast, I share my thoughts on the pathway to adjournment, conservatism and legislative integrity.
There are those that are trying to paint a picture of corruption and dysfunction in the legislature. Today, I share my perspective on the shenanigans in this legislative session.