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Idaho Republican Party

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Idaho Republican Party
ChairpersonTom Luna
Senate leaderChuck Winder
House leaderScott Bedke
Founded1860s
Headquarters101 South Capitol Blvd. Suite 302, Boise, Idaho 83702
Membership (2021)556,906[1]
IdeologyConservatism[2]
Fiscal conservatism
Social conservatism
Political positionRight-wing to far-right[3][4]
National affiliationRepublican Party
Colors  Red
Seats in the U.S. Senate
2 / 2
Seats in the United States House of Representatives
2 / 2
Seats in the Idaho Senate
28 / 35
Seats in the Idaho House of Representatives
58 / 70
Website
idgop.org

The Idaho Republican Party (IDGOP) is the Idaho state affiliate of the United States Republican Party, headquartered in Boise.

History

By the time of the 1889 Constitutional Convention, the Republican Party had become a prominent Party in Idaho, and made up the majority of the representatives at the Constitutional Convention for statehood. Republicans and Democrats had equal influence in Idaho until the 1960s when the Republican Party emerged as the dominant political Party.[5] The Republican Party has held the governorship since 1995, both US Senate seats since 1981, and both US House seats since 2010.

As of 2022, Idaho has the second largest percentage of Republicans in a state legislature. Republicans control all constitutional offices in the state and maintain supermajorities in the House and Senate.

The party had been reported to have a growing faction of far-right political activists, with a concentration in Koontenai County.[6] In 2021, the Koontenai County Republican Central Committee endorsed Dave Reilly, a political activist from Pennsylvania who attended the 2017 Unite the Right rally[7] and has gained notoriety for antisemetic public statements, for candidacy in a Post Falls school board election.[8] The KCRCC has also made public statements in support of Austrian neo-nazi activist Martin Sellner[9] and the anti-communist John Birch Society.[10] Outside of Koonetai County, within the Idaho Legislature, Rep. Chad Christensen identifies himself as being a member of both the far-right militia Oath Keepers and the John Birch Society.[11]

Governing body

  • State Central Committee: The governing body of the Idaho Republican Party is the Republican State Central Committee, which is made up of elected members from each legislative district and county. It establishes the rules and functions of the Idaho Republican Party on the state level.[12]
  • Chairman and executive committee: The current chairman of the Idaho Republican Party is Tom Luna. Luna was elected in June 2020.[13] The executive committee consists of a first and second vice chair, secretary, treasurer, finance chair, region chairs from each of Idaho's seven regions, and the presidents of the affiliated clubs; Young Republicans, College Republicans, and Republican Women. Members of the executive committee who are not Region Chairs are elected at the State Convention, held bi-annually.[12]
Executive Committee Members[14]
Voting Members
Chairman Tom Luna
1st Vice Chair Machele Hamilton
2nd Vice Chair Mike Matthews
National Committeeman Damond Watkins
National Committeewoman Cindy Siddoway
Secretary Marla Lawson
Treasurer Stephen Parrott
Region 1 Bjorn Handeen
Region 2 Clinton Daniel
Region 3 Viki Purdy
Region 4 Edward Humphreys
Region 5 Wayne Hurst
Region 6 Terrel "Ned" Tovey
Region 7 Ann Rydalch
Financial Chair Melinda Smyser[14]
Young Republicans Chair Daniel Silver[15]
IFRW President Shirlayne Corder[14]
College Republicans Chair Jaime Shaffer[16]

Meetings

Meetings of both the State Central Committee and the State Executive Committee are usually held every six months, including those held in proximity to State Conventions.[17]

Regions

Regions of the IDGOP are groups of Idaho Counties defined by Article III, Section 1 of the State Rules.[17]

Region Counties
Region 1 Boundary, Bonner, Kootenai, Benewah, Shoshone
Region 2 Latah, Nez Perce, Lewis, Clearwater, Idaho
Region 3 Valley, Adams, Washington, Payette, Canyon, Gem, Elmore, Owyhee, Boise
Region 4 Ada
Region 5 Gooding, Jerome, Minidoka, Lincoln, Cassia, Twin Falls, Camas, Blaine
Region 6 Bannock, Power, Oneida, Caribou, Bear Lake, Bingham, Franklin
Region 7 Bonneville, Butte, Madison, Jefferson, Fremont, Clark, Custer, Lemhi, Teton

Current Republican officeholders

Members of Congress

U.S. Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

District Member Photo
1st Russ Fulcher
2nd Mike Simpson

Statewide offices

State legislators

Idaho Senate

Republicans currently hold 28 out of 35 seats in the Idaho Senate.[18]

Legislative District Senator County
LD-1 Jim Woodward Boundary/Bonner
LD-2 Steve Vick Kootenai
LD-3 Peter Riggs Kootenai
LD-4 Mary Souza Kootenai
LD-5 Dan Foreman Benewah/Latah
LD-6 Dan G. Johnson Lewis/Nez Perce
LD-7 Carl Crabtree Idaho/Clearwater/Shoshone/Bonner
LD-8 Steven Thayn Valley/Gem/Boise/Custer/Lemhi
LD-9 Abby Lee Adams/Washington/Payette/Canyon
LD-10 Jim Rice Canyon
LD-11 Patti Anne Lodge Canyon
LD-12 Todd Lakey Canyon
LD-13 Jeff Agenbroad Canyon
LD-14 C. Scott Grow Ada
LD-15 Fred Martin Ada
LD-20 Chuck Winder Ada
LD-21 Regina Bayer Ada
LD-22 Lori Den Hartog Ada
LD-23 Christy Zito Elmore/Owyhee/Twin Falls
LD-24 Lee Heider Twin Falls
LD-25 Jim Patrick Twin Falls/Jerome
LD-27 Kelly Anthon Minidoka/Cassia
LD-28 Jim Guthrie Power/Bannock
LD-30 Kevin Cook Bonneville
LD-31 Steve Bair Bingham
LD-32 Mark Harris Bear Lake/Caribou/Franklin/Oneida/Bonneville/Teton
LD-33 Dave Lent Bonneville
LD-34 Doug Ricks Madison/Bonneville
LD-35 Van Burtenshaw Butte/Jefferson/Fremont/Clark

Idaho House of Representatives

Republicans currently hold 58 out of 70 seats in the Idaho House of Representatives.[19]

Legislative District Representative County
LD-1 Heather Scott Boundary/Bonner
LD-1 Sage Dixon Boundary/Bonner
LD-2 Vito Barbieri Kootenai
LD-2 Doug Okuniewicz Kootenai
LD-3 Don Cheatham Kootenai
LD-3 Ron Mendive Kootenai
LD-4 Paul Amador Kootenai
LD-4 Jim Addis Kootenai
LD-5 Caroline Nilsson Troy Benewah/Latah
LD-6 Lori McCann Lewis/Nez Perce
LD-6 Mike Kingsley Lewis/Nez Perce
LD-7 Priscilla Giddings Idaho/Clearwater/Shoshone/Bonner
LD-7 Paul Shepherd Idaho/Clearwater/Shoshone/Bonner
LD-8 Dorothy Moon Vally/Gem/Boise/Custer/Lemhi
LD-8 Terry Gestrin Vally/Gem/Boise/Custer/Lemhi
LD-9 Judy Boyle Adams/Washington/Payette/Canyon
LD-9 Ryan Kerby Adams/Washington/Payette/Canyon
LD-10 Gregory Chaney Canyon
LD-10 Julie Yamamoto Canyon
LD-11 Scott Syme Canyon
LD-11 Tammy Nichols Canyon
LD-12 Robert Anderst Canyon
LD-12 Rick Youngblood Canyon
LD-13 Ben Adams Canyon
LD-13 Brent Crane Canyon
LD-14 Gayann DeMordaunt Ada
LD-14 Mike Moyle Ada
LD-15 Steve Berch Ada
LD-15 Codi Galloway Ada
LD-20 James Holtzclaw Ada
LD-20 Joe Palmer Ada
LD-21 Greg Ferch Ada
LD-21 Steven Harris Ada
LD-22 Jason Monks Ada
LD-22 John Vander Woude Ada
LD-23 Megan Blanksma Elmore/Owyhee/Twin Falls
LD-23 Christy Zito Elmore/Owyhee/Twin Falls
LD-24 Lance Clow Twin Falls
LD-24 Linda Wright Hartgen Twin Falls
LD-25 Laurie Lickley Twin Falls/Jerome
LD-25 Clark Kauffman Twin Falls/Jerome
LD-26 Steve Miller Blaine/Camas/Gooding/Lincoln
LD-27 Fred Wood Minidoka/Cassia
LD-27 Scott Bedke Minidoka/Cassia
LD-28 Randy Armstrong Power/Bannock
LD-28 Kevin Andrus Power/Bannock
LD-29 Dustin Manwaring Bannock
LD-30 Gary Marshall Bonneville
LD-30 Wendy Horman Bonneville
LD-31 David Cannon Bingham
LD-31 Julie VanOrden Bingham
LD-32 Marc Gibbs Bear Lake/Caribou/Franklin/Oneida/Bonneville/Teton
LD-32 Chad Christensen Bear Lake/Caribou/Franklin/Oneida/Bonneville/Teton
LD-33 Barbara Ehardt Bonneville
LD-33 Marco Erickson Bonneville
LD-34 Ronald Nate Madison/Bonneville
LD-34 Jon Weber Madison/Bonneville
LD-35 Rod Furniss Butte/Jefferson/Fremont/Clark
LD-35 Karen Hanks Butte/Jefferson/Fremont/Clark

Legislative leadership

Senate

House

Chairs of IDGOP

Chairman Term
Tom Luna June 2020-
Raúl Labrador June 2019-June 2020
Jennifer Locke (acting) February 2019-June 2019
Jonathan Parker June 2017–February 2019
Stephen Yates August 2014–June 2017
Vacant June 2014–August 2014
Barry Peterson June 2012–June 2014
Norm Semanko June 2008–June 2012
J. Kirk Sullivan June 2004–June 2008
John Sandy 2002–June 2004
Trent Clark 1999–2002
Ron McMurray 1996–1999
N. Randy Smith 1993–1996
Phil Batt 1991–1993
Randy Ayre 1989–1991
Blake Hall 1985–1989
Dennis Olsen 1977–1985
Vern Ravenscroft 1975–1977
Robert "Bob" Linville 1974-1975
Marge Miner 1972-1974
Roland Wilber 1968-1972
John O. McMurray June 1961 – 1968
Ray Robbins 1958- June 1961
Wallace C. Burns 1955-1958
William S. Campbell 1952-1955
Milton L. Horsley 1950-1952
Ezra B. Hinshaw 1948-1950
T.W. "Tom" Smith 1946-1948
S.L. "Vern" Thorpe 1944-1946
Reilly Atkinson Sr 1942-1944
Thomas "Tom" Heath[20][21][22] 1938–1942
C. A. Bottolfsen 1936–1938
R.P. Perry 1931-1936
R. B. Scatterday 1930-1931
John McMurray 1924-1930
I. H. Nash 1922-1924
John Thomas 1918-1922
S.D. Taylor 1918-1918
Evan Evans July 1915[23]-1918
George A. Day September 1912[24]- July 1915[23]
C.L. Heitman September 1910[25]- September 1912[24]
B.F. O'Neil September 1908[26]- September 1910[27]
James H. Brady August 1904[28]– September 1908[26]
Frank R. Gooding 1900- August 1904[28]
George H. Stewart August 1896[29]
J.H. Richards August 1894-?
Edgar Wilson May 1892[30][31]- August 1894
William Borah February 1892-May 1892
Joe Pinkham August 1890[32]-February 1892[33]
James H. Beatty September 1888[34]-?
I.W. Garrett ?- September 1888[34]

Election results

Presidential

Idaho Republican Party presidential election results
Election Presidential Ticket Votes Vote % Electoral votes Result
1892 Benjamin Harrison/Whitelaw Reid 8,599 44.31%
0 / 3
Lost
1896 William McKinley/Garret Hobart 6,314 21.32%
0 / 3
Won
1900 William McKinley/Theodore Roosevelt 27,198 46.96%
0 / 3
Won
1904 Theodore Roosevelt/Charles W. Fairbanks 47,783 65.84%
3 / 3
Won
1908 William Howard Taft/James S. Sherman 52,621 54.09%
3 / 3
Won
1912 William Howard Taft/Nicholas M. Butler 32,810 31.02%
0 / 4
Lost
1916 Charles E. Hughes/Charles W. Fairbanks 55,368 41.13%
0 / 4
Lost
1920 Warren G. Harding/Calvin Coolidge 88,975 65.60%
4 / 4
Won
1924 Calvin Coolidge/Charles G. Dawes 69,879 47.12%
4 / 4
Won
1928 Herbert Hoover/Charles Curtis 97,322 64.22%
4 / 4
Won
1932 Herbert Hoover/Charles Curtis 71,417 38.27%
0 / 4
Lost
1936 Alf Landon/Frank Knox 66,256 33.19%
0 / 4
Lost
1940 Wendell Willkie/Charles L. McNary 106,553 45.31%
0 / 4
Lost
1944 Thomas E. Dewey/John W. Bricker 100,137 48.07%
0 / 4
Lost
1948 Thomas E. Dewey/Earl Warren 101,514 47.26%
0 / 4
Lost
1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower/Richard Nixon 180,707 65.42%
4 / 4
Won
1956 Dwight D. Eisenhower/Richard Nixon 166,979 61.17%
4 / 4
Won
1960 Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. 161,597 53.78%
4 / 4
Lost
1964 Barry Goldwater/William E. Miller 143,557 49.08%
0 / 4
Lost
1968 Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew 165,369 56.79%
4 / 4
Won
1972 Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew 199,384 64.24%
4 / 4
Won
1976 Gerald Ford/Bob Dole 204,151 59.88%
4 / 4
Lost
1980 Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush 290,699 66.46%
4 / 4
Won
1984 Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush 297,523 72.36%
4 / 4
Won
1988 George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle 253,881 62.08%
4 / 4
Won
1992 George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle 202,645 42.03%
4 / 4
Lost
1996 Bob Dole/Jack Kemp 256,595 52.18%
4 / 4
Lost
2000 George W. Bush/Dick Cheney 336,937 67.17%
4 / 4
Won
2004 George W. Bush/Dick Cheney 409,235 68.38%
4 / 4
Won
2008 John McCain/Sarah Palin 403,012 61.21%
4 / 4
Lost
2012 Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan 420,911 64.09%
4 / 4
Lost
2016 Donald Trump/Mike Pence 409,055 59.25%
4 / 4
Won
2020 Donald Trump/Mike Pence 554,119 63.84%
4 / 4
Lost

Gubernatorial

Idaho Republican Party gubernatorial election results
Election Gubernatorial candidate Votes Vote % Result
1890
1892 William J. McConnell 8,178 40.74% Won Green tickY
1894 William J. McConnell 10,208 41.51% Won Green tickY
1896 David H. Budlong 6,441 22.38% Lost Red XN
1898 Albert B. Moss 13,794 34.71% Lost Red XN
1900 D. W. Standrod 26,468 47.04% Lost Red XN
1902 John T. Morrison 31,874 52.90% Won Green tickY
1904 Frank R. Gooding 41,877 58.74% Won Green tickY
1906 Frank R. Gooding 38,386 52.18% Won Green tickY
1908 James H. Brady 47,864 49.61% Won Green tickY
1910 James H. Brady 39,961 46.38% Lost Red XN
1912 John M. Haines 35,074 33.24% Won Green tickY
1914 John M. Haines 40,349 37.39% Lost Red XN
1916 D. W. Davis 63,305 47.07% Lost Red XN
1918 D. W. Davis 57,626 59.95% Won Green tickY
1920 D. W. Davis 75,748 52.97% Won Green tickY
1922 Charles C. Moore 50,538 39.53% Won Green tickY
1924 Charles C. Moore 65,508 43.94% Won Green tickY
1926 H. C. Baldridge 61,575 51.05% Won Green tickY
1928 H. C. Baldridge 87,681 57.82% Won Green tickY
1930 John McMurray 58,002 43.98% Lost Red XN
1932 Byron Defenbach 68,863 36.44% Lost Red XN
1934 Frank L. Stephan 75,659 44.26% Lost Red XN
1936 Frank L. Stephan 83,430 41.46% Lost Red XN
1938 C. A. Bottolfsen 106,268 57.30% Won Green tickY
1940 C. A. Bottolfsen 118,117 49.52% Lost Red XN
1942 C. A. Bottolfsen 72,260 50.15% Won Green tickY
1944 W. H. Detweiler 98,532 47.36% Lost Red XN
1946 C. A. Robins 102,233 56.37% Won Green tickY
1950 Leonard B. Jordan 107,642 52.56% Won Green tickY
1954 Robert E. Smylie 124,038 54.24% Won Green tickY
1958 Robert E. Smylie 121,810 50.96% Won Green tickY
1962 Robert E. Smylie 139,578 54.64% Won Green tickY
1966 Don Samuelson 104,586 41.41% Won Green tickY
1970 Don Samuelson 117,108 47.78% Lost Red XN
1974 Jack Murphy 68,731 26.47% Lost Red XN
1978 Allan Larsen 114,149 39.56% Lost Red XN
1982 Phil Batt 161,157 49.36% Lost Red XN
1986 David H. Leroy 189,794 49.0% Lost Red XN
1990 Roger Fairchild 101,937 31.79% Lost Red XN
1994 Phil Batt 216,123 52.29% Won Green tickY
1998 Dirk Kempthorne 258,095 67.70% Won Green tickY
2002 Dirk Kempthorne 231,566 56.28% Won Green tickY
2006 Butch Otter 237,437 52.67% Won Green tickY
2010 Butch Otter 267,483 59.11% Won Green tickY
2014 Butch Otter 235,405 53.52% Won Green tickY
2018 Brad Little 361,661 59.76% Won Green tickY

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