Idaho County Republican Central Committee
The April Idaho County Republican Central Committee Meeting was called to order at 6:05 p.m. by Chairman Marge Arnzen. The meeting was opened with prayer lead by Jon Menough and following was The Pledge was led by Chairman Arnzen. There were 15 committee members present and 20 guests. The March minutes were accepted as e-mailed with spelling errors corrected.
Candidates running for Offices in Idaho County were introduced.
Each spoke, and speaking were:
- Cody Funk: Coroner,
- Abbie Hudson: Idaho County Treasurer
- Deanna Hall: Idaho County Treasurer
- James Zehner: County Assessor
- Kathy Ackerman: County Clerk/Auditor
- Mark Frei: County Commissioner District#2
- Skip Brandt, County Commissioner Disrict. #1
- John Eynon, Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction
- District Court Judge: Judge Brudie.
The RCC Meeting began at about 6:30, following the presentations.
The Treasurers report shows, we have $8,220.94 at this time.
Chairwomen Marge Arnzen noted that the Candidate Forum would be at the Senior Center on May 3, beginning at 12 noon, and running to about 3:00. The Hang Out in Cottonwood will supply food for the Forum for approximately 50 people. The Central Committee is asked to supply cookies. Moved and seconded we spend up to $200 for food on May 3
Joan Mider reported that Integrity in Government Pac.wants to put out photo flyers for 6 Republican Candidates for state offices. There was much discussion and it was noted that these flyers will be inserted in the Money Saver and Shopper. This should have Clearwater, Nezperce and Idaho Counties well covered. A motion was made for the ICRCC to have 20,000+ printed and distributed next week. The cost of these campaign flyers to the Central committee will be about $2,000. It was moved seconded and carried we contribute $2,000 to this project, and this would also be assisting the Clearwater County and the Pack toward covering expenses.
Campaign Yard signs were distributed, plus many candidate brochures.
Skip Brandt, Idaho County Commissioner reported there had been a telephone hearing last week on the Garbage Lawsuit. They are awaiting a decision.
The next meeting, our reorganization meeting, will be on May 27 th at the Super 8.
Betty Alm, Secretary ICRCC.