Monday, May 26, 2008

News update from around the District

By John Foster - Monday, May 26, 2008 at 05:42 PM

Among the latest press on the First Congressional District race:

- Minnick comment on death of J.R. Simplot, Idaho Press-Tribune, May 26
- Republican voters unsure about Sali, Ridenbaugh Press, May 26
- Another paper declines to endorse Sali, Bonner County Daily Bee, May 25,
- “Cultural conservative” runs as Democrat in Idaho, The Hill, May 22
- Sali had nothing to do with ATF motto, Idaho Press-Tribune, May 20

Monday, May 26, 2008

Vote at the polls—and then vote online!

By John Foster - Monday, May 26, 2008 at 05:38 PM


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Monday, May 26, 2008

A beautiful Memorial Day

By John Foster - Monday, May 26, 2008 at 05:28 PM

We had a great time today at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery, where hundreds gathered near the Eagle foothills to pay tribute to those who served. Walt had this to say after the event:

“On days like today, we all remember those who served,” Minnick said. “But it’s tomorrow, and the next week and the next month, that define how we truly feel about veterans. Honoring them one day a year is not enough. We must also make sure they have top-notch health care and access to a wide range of educational and training opportunities. And we must fulfill every promise made when they enlisted and served.”

After the ceremony, we headed to Veterans Park in Boise for the annual picnic put on by the local post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Walt spent the afternoon hearing stories, telling a few of his own (he served in the U.S. Army during Vietnam) and talking to people about critical issues facing our veterans.

There was extensive media coverage of the day’s events. Read more at the Fox 12 News website and at KTVB.com. And for a very cool treat, check out the special photo slideshow at IdahoStatesman.com. They took a series of photos at the State Veterans Cemetery during the final hour of daylight. The results are stunning.

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