Horman Files for Re-election
Idaho Falls, ID, March 3, 2014: One of Eastern Idaho's strongest voices for education, limited government and conservative values will be running for re-election to the Idaho Legislature.
Rep. Wendy Horman today filed paperwork to run for re-election as the representative for House District 30-B.
"I am humbled by the opportunity to represent the people of Bonneville County in the Idaho Legislature, and if they choose to send me back for another term I would be honored to serve," Horman said.
Horman said her experience as a member of a local school board and mother has served her well in the legislature. She has sponsored and supported legislation for education reform and supports the recommendations from the Governor's Task Force for Improving Education.
"Like every mother, I want my children to have the best possible education. I believe that local control and support for students, parents, teachers and schools are critically important to the future of Idaho," Horman said. "I have fought for those values and will continue to do so if I am given another opportunity to represent the people of Bonneville County."
In addition to serving on the House Education Committee, Horman also serves on the Judiciary, Rules and Administration Committee, where she has had the opportunity to work on reforms of Idaho's justice system. She also serves on the Local Government Committee, where she has had the chance to fight for lower taxes and fewer rules for small businesses.
About Wendy Horman
Wendy Horman is resident of Idaho Falls, a graduate of BYU-Idaho and was elected to serve as the Representative of Legislative District 30, Seat B in 2010. She is a former member of the Bonneville School Board and past president of the Idaho School Boards Association. She and her husband Briggs have five children.
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