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Former Ada County Commissioner Reflects On Time In Office

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Former Ada County Commissioner Diana Lachiondo lost her bid for re-election this fall, after taking controversial positions in her role on the Central District Health Board. Her critics said she was overreacting in her support for COVID-19 restrictions, while her supporters say she has become a victim of a hyper-partisan election where public health had become politicized. 

Our Morning Edition host George Prentice spoke with Lachiondo about her time in office during a hyper-partisan time in the U.S. — and in Idaho.


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