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Shirley Ringo

A candidate for U.S. Representative, Idaho Congressional District 1 in the 2014 Nov. 4 Idaho General Election

Party: Democratic

City: Moscow, Idaho

Occupation: Retired teacher

Retired high school math teacher, seven-term state representative. In the Legislature, Ringo was a vocal opponent of the voter-rejected Students Come First school reform laws, pushed for reforms to the state Tax Commission and sponsored successful legislation to allow domestic violence victims to vote without disclosing their home addresses.

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Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Raul Labrador (R) 143,528 65.01 %
Shirley Ringo (D) 77,253 34.99 %

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