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McAlister the rational pick

Kate McAlister knows how to create new jobs, improve education and help bring in vitally needed internet infrastructure that supports our needs. Kate has extensive experience collaborating with business, education and local government leaders.

The incumbent, Heather Scott, seems fearful and holds extreme views. Believing that Sharia law would somehow overtake Idaho, she voted against a bill that would allow an Idaho parent to collect child support from a U.S. parent overseas. Our governor then had to reconvene the Legislature, at unnecessary, taxpayer expense, to finally pass a bill, again with no help from Scott.

Kate McAlister has the experience, temperament and rationality to represent all of us in the Idaho House of Representatives.

Philip Deutchman



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