Friday, October 26, 2012

Barron champions individual rights


Lee Barron, native Idahoan, pilot, metallurgical engineer, licensed well driller and irrigation systems designer is asking for your vote for representative Seat B in District 26.

Barron is an advocate for farmers, ranchers, business, good highways, choice in education and fiscal conservatism. He is against dictatorial policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, federal mandates to state government and bureaucratic regulations that restrict commerce. He would like Idaho’s legislative districts to return to county-based districts—where each county has a senator and at least one representative.

Barron served one term in the Idaho House of Representatives in the 1970s and was president of the Camas Chamber of Commerce. Barron is a fierce advocate for individual rights and local control of local government. Barron grew up on the family farm near Fairfield where he did all farming jobs and eventually managed the farm.

Mary Anne Pinkerton

Sun Valley




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