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Jordan works hard for Idaho

Paulette Jordan works hard for Idahoans as state representative for District 5 in Benewah and Latah counties. She is a thoughtful listener, an across-the-aisle peacemaker, a smart problem-solver, an advocate for veterans and small business, and a strong voice for Idaho’s future. Paulette is motivated to serve others.

She takes the long view on managing public lands and seeks to preserve public access for hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. She understands the extreme costs to Idaho taxpayers if federal lands were to be transferred to the state, and the risks that privatization of public lands would bring.

Paulette sees the future of our communities, our state and the planet in the faces of young people. She works tirelessly to protect and improve their access to quality public education, including technical training programs, so that future generations may have more secure and prosperous lives. Paulette believes that access to affordable health care for all will bolster Idaho families and the workforce. As an advocate for human-and civil rights, hers is a voice for those who feel powerless in a political system that too often feels rigged against them. Please join me in voting for Paulette Jordan for Idaho House Seat 5A.

Nancy Chaney



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