Former Idaho Elected Officials Talk Civility In An Unsettled Time
In the wake of the insurrection on January 6 at the U.S. Capitol and a series of contentious public meetings and protests over public health in Idaho, it might seem there is no common ground between Republicans and Democrats.
However, some former Idaho elected officials believe differently. That’s why they’ve partnered with the Boise Metro Chamber to host a series of monthly bi-partisan conversations on civility in our democracy.
Idaho Matters spoke with four people on different sides of the aisle — none of whom are currently in office — about what they hope to accomplish with these events.
- Former Ada County Commissioner Diana Lachiondo
- Current Republican candidate for Idaho Lieutenant Governor Luke Malek
- Former Republican House lawmaker Kelley Packer
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