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Reagan Repubs back Malloy, Rubin

News release from the Kootenai County Reagan Republicans:

The Kootenai County Reagan Republicans officially announced endorsements today for candidates in the two competitive Post Falls Council races for the November 5th Municipal Elections.  The organization’s President Jeff Ward said “the growing city of Post Falls is fortunate to have these two outstanding conservative candidates to vote for in the November election.”

The conservative organization’s Board of Directors unanimously recommended Joe Malloy for Council Seat 3 and Barry Rubin for Council Seat 5.

“We enthusiastically endorse Joe Malloy and Barry Rubin again this year, as we did four years ago for Councilman Malloy and two years ago for Mr. Rubin. Joe Malloy has served with independence, dedication and vigor these last four years and represents the bright future of this community. Barry Rubin continues to be an engaged advocate for the taxpayers and citizens of Post Falls, frequently testifying for conservative solutions at City Hall.  We believe retaining Mr. Malloy and electing Mr. Rubin is the best way to advance commonsense conservative governance in Post Falls.” Ward said.

The Kootenai County Reagan Republicans (KCRR) is one of largest Republican member organization in Idaho and has innumerable supporters and friends in North Idaho. KCRR endorsements are made by an elected 12 member Board of Directors.  Candidates must receive a 2/3rd vote from the KCRR board before they obtain the endorsement. This year all Post Falls endorsements were the result of unanimous votes.

The Kootenai County Reagan Republicans organization endorses candidates in primaries and non-partisan races in order to inform its members and all voters of candidates that share the conservative values of the Republican Party and the club’s namesake, President Ronald Reagan.  The Kootenai County Reagan Republicans was founded in 2009 as an association of Republican activists in North Idaho.


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