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A Message from Bob

I have announced my intentions to seek the Republican Party nomination for Idaho Lieutenant Governor. The paperwork was filed on October 10th. The primary election will be held on May 15, 2018.

The strong support and encouragement I have been receiving from around the State has made my decision an easy one. With current Lt. Governor Little running for Governor, Idaho needs a candidate with strong Idaho roots and elected Republican experience.

I am starting my 14th year of service in the Idaho Legislature; 8 years in the House of Representatives and 6 years in the Senate. During my 8 years in the House of Representatives I was the Chairman of the Education Committee for 6 years. I have continued serving on the Education Committee in the Senate. I am also the Vice-Chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee, and have served as the Vice-Chairman of the Senate Judiciary and Rules Committee.

I want to be Idaho’s next Lieutenant Governor to focus on education, economic development and affordable quality health care. I feel that this is the best way I can do more for Idaho. My 25 plus years of active and successful involvement in the Idaho Republican Party and in the Idaho legislature separates me from any challengers in the race. I am well known as one of the most conservative and effective legislators in Idaho. I will be running on my-proven track record and vast experience with the Republican Party.

I am an Idaho native. I was born and raised in Wallace, Idaho and have resided in the Coeur d’Alene area for last 35 years. I have owned a successful insurance business for the last 30 years. My wife Cathyanne is a concert violinist and teacher, as well as a licensed CPA (not practicing accounting at this time).

Senator Bob Nonini
208.659.4643
NoniniforLG@gmail.com

 

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Nonini makes bid for Idaho lieutenant governor

The following article was originally published in The Coeur d'Alene Press on October 11, 2017, by Staff Writter, Maureen Dolan. It has been republished here with express permission from The Coeur d'Alene Press. COEUR d’ALENE — Sen. Bob Nonini believes his conservative voting record, years of experience and Idaho roots will help him win the Republican nomination for Idaho lieutenant governor in 2018. Nonini, who grew up in Wallace and has lived in the Coeur d’Alene area for 35 years, … Read more

Amiah Van Hill with her friend Senator Bob Nonini

Amiah with her friend Senator Bob Nonini on Monday March 13 in the Idaho Capitol. Amiah, a first grader and Cathyanne’s little violin student, won Best of Class for grades 1-4 for Invent Idaho. Her invention is a Dewey Drone, which would file and sort library books. … Read more

What’s going on with STEM in Idaho

Senator Bob Nonini recently interviewed on Idaho Local Edition: Photos from the recent STEM Matters event during Education Week (all photos by Otto Kitsinger for the Idaho STEM Action Center): Watch this animation video created at the STEM Matters event. The video was made with Wondermedia Storymaker. Enjoy!!   … Read more

Senator Nonini Appointed to Idaho’s Higher Education Task Force

The following is excerpted from the Idaho.gov website on February 1, 2017. Membership Announced for Higher Ed, Workforce Development Task Forces (BOISE) – Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter announced the full membership rolls today for two new task forces created to study and recommend how best to address Idaho’s “K-through-Career” education and job training needs beyond high school. The Governor’s 36-member Higher Education Task Force and 17-member Workforce Development Task Force both have … Read more

Greater local management is right solution for Idaho’s public lands

The following article was originally published in The Coeur d'Alene Press on November 18, 2015, by Idaho State Senator Bob Nonini (R-Coeur d'Alene). It has been republished here with express permission from The Coeur d'Alene Press. Idaho is blessed with incredible natural resources that should sustain our communities and grow Idaho’s economy. However, misguided policies coming out of Washington, D.C., created by individuals who don’t understand our Idaho values, threaten the use of these … Read more

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