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Robyn Brody

A candidate for Idaho Supreme Court, State of Idaho in the 2016 Idaho Primary, May 17

Party: No party

City: Rupert, Idaho

Education: Bachelor’s degree, law degree, and a master’s degree in international management from the University of Denver.

Work experience: An attorney in private practice in Rupert, Brody has operated her practice for the past eight years, and previously was a partner in a Twin Falls law firm for 13 years. Past president of the Fifth District Bar Association.

Political experience: First run for office.

Family: Married. Has two children.

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Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Robyn Brody (N) 39,534 30.98 %
Curt McKenzie (N) 34,068 26.70 %
Clive J. Strong (N) 27,123 21.26 %
Sergio A. Gutierrez (N) 26,882 21.07 %

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