Tag: elections

Statesman’s Reporting; Biased Much?

Filed in Uncategorized by on May 18, 2014 1 Comment

Last week the Idaho Statesman ran an article on the money being poured into this primary election.  At the end it was noted that candidate for superintendent, John Eynon, had received  donations from Rep Phil Hart and attorney general candidate Chris Troupis.   The total of these two contributions was a whopping $250. For some unknown reason, though, this […]

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Personal Endorsement

Filed in Uncategorized by on May 17, 2014 0 Comments

Last election cycle (2012) a gentleman approached me about supporting him. After some questioning, I determined he was running on the same values I held as dear and important. I agreed to put his sign in my yard and talk to my neighbors about him.  Of course, being the political overachiever that I am, I […]

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Another Reason to Support John Eynon

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KTVB Channel 7 hosted a debate between the four candidates running for State Superintendent of Instruction to replace Tom Luna.  Listen as John Eynon explains that he is the only candidate for common sense. Over the last few months as I have communicated with John, I have come to appreciate his love for education and his true desire […]

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Reflections on the GOP primary campaign trail

Filed in Uncategorized by on May 10, 2014 0 Comments

by John Eynon.   As a candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, I will share my reflections on my opponents’ speeches given at the Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinners. My opponents could be bookends representing the same “common” theme”.  They advocate “the Governor’s Education Task Force 20 recommendations for Idaho schools”.  They claim that […]

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We Need Your Help

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The election is quickly coming up and we need your help. Idahoans for Local Education has a survey we’d like to get to every candidate running for office this year, particularly before the primary on May 20th.  It’s a little hard for us to reach everyone, though, and this is where you come in. It was […]

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Russ Fulcher: Common Core Standards are Not the Answer

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This is from Russ Fulcher’s website.   Imagine if every grocery store, hardware store, or car dealership marketed and sold the same products the same way at the same price all the time. How much incentive would there be for entrepreneurs to lead, excel, or offer superior products and services? None. This is what concerns […]

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Time to Move On

Filed in Uncategorized by on March 13, 2014 1 Comment

The legislative session is almost over.  On the Common Core front we have had a disappointing year, but it’s time to look forward to the elections. This website is a single issue site, (duh).   We will be working to inform you on where the candidates stand on Common Core. We met with John Eynon early […]

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