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Biden Inauguration

President Biden will be inaugurated on Wednesday, Jan. 20. A memorial for COVID victims will be held the previous day. Democrats will retain control of the House. Gaining control of the Senate is a long shot and will depend on a January runoff for two Georgia Senate races.

Idaho legislature

The Idaho legislature will convene Monday, January 11. Gov. Brad Little is expected to give his  State-of-the-State address at 1 p.m.  It will include his budget request for the year. 

Major development this year–the state has a budget surplus of $580 million. The tax relief fund is up $136 million. (That’s money from internet sales taxes that the legislature declared will not be used where it’s needed most–funding schools,  Medicaid matching, etc.)

Expect to see action: 

  • To lower taxes–removing the sales tax on food, restructuring property taxes, and/or lowering income taxes. 
  • For one-time projects–repairing bridges and roads.
  • For education–watch for plans from the NEA and Reclaim Idaho.
  • For the legislature–expect to see legislators fight to limit the Governor’s emergency powers.   


4th Tueday Monthly Business Meetings – Next meeting is at 7pm on Tues Jan 26 Future meetings will be Feb. 23, March 23, and April 27.


1st Tuesday Monthly Social MeetingsNext meeting is at 6pm on Tues Feb 2 Future meetings will be Mar. 2, and April 6.


Please attend meetings by Zoom until further notice. Any problems, please email canyoncountydems@gmail.com or call 1-208-614-0372

Idaho election results

Democratic candidates at the top of the ticket each received about 26,000 votes or 28.5%.

Democrats lost two legislative seats statewide. This gives Republicans a 58 to 12 advantage in the Idaho House. The Senate remains at 28 Republicans and 7 Democrats.

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The blogs posted here are those of Idaho Democrats, but not necessarily those of all Idaho Democrats. We offer them here for discussion.

Judy Ferro’s Idaho Press columns on politics

Blue lady writes of politics with an eye on Idaho.

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