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Candidate for Idaho's
2018 Lt. Governor

I grew up in a small rural town in Idaho, believing I lived in the greatest state. Now, I am a successful mother, business woman, and Legislator who still believes Idaho is the greatest state.

Join me as I work to become Idaho's next Lt. Governor.

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BIG ISSUES

GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY

To encourage and create better efficiencies in government.

ECONOMIC
GROWTH

This doesn’t mean just more jobs, it also means better-paying jobs.

THOUGHTFUL APPROACH

Identify major issues and strategies before legislative sessions start.

The Idaho Tour Is Complete

We did it! 44 counties, 5 reservations and 205 incorporated Idaho cities. I love Idah❤️ !

Kelley Packer 200 City RV Tour

200 Cities Visited

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS

FACEBOOK UPDATES

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You are cordially invited to a

Fundraising Luncheon

Saturday, December  9th
1:30 pm
9953 W. Cable Car Street, Suite 110, Boise, ID 83709

$15 per person or $120 per 8 person table

Sponsored by Boise Conservatory of the Arts

RSVP by filling out the form below.

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Here’s some fun information about a doctor from Grangeville, ID that I received in an email, today.

Dear Representative Kelley Packer,

My father worked his way through medical school in Chicago by hauling freight each evening at a railroad station, finally graduating in 1917. He became a courageous country doctor in Wyoming and then Idaho. While located at Grangeville, he made many horseback trips through Hell's Canyon into Oregon to care for the sick and injured. During January of 1930 he hiked on snowshoes into the Bitterroot Mountains to save the life of a miner stricken with blood poisoning. This rescue received considerable national publicity. The temperature was fifty degrees below zero during the trek.

I have written a book about my father entitled The Christmas Doctor, Book Two. I thought you and your constituents might want to know about this. He was a hero who will take the reader to places he or she would never go alone.

Respectfully, Tom Weber

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