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Press Release: Lori Frasure Raises Over $18,000 In School Board Race

By • September 23, 2021

The following Press Release was sent out by the Lori Frasure campaign for West Ada School Board:

With the overwhelming support, it is clear the public wants a new conservative voice on the West Ada School Board.

Lori is extremely grateful for the widespread support and donations she has received. “I am so thankful for the support that has been shown to our campaign!”

Lori Frasure is dedicated to prioritizing students, demonstrating school is essential, listening to the community, and supporting local control.

“We have received over $18,000 in donations and have had countless people putting in the leg work to make sure our community’s values are represented on the board.”

Lori Frasure is Idaho-raised with Idaho values. Over the last 16 years, Lori, her husband, and her children have been active members of the community in Meridian, participating in many school and community events. She is a mother, wife, and community member devoted to creating better learning and teaching environments in the West Ada School District.


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17 thoughts on “Press Release: Lori Frasure Raises Over $18,000 In School Board Race

  1. I’d be very interested in what exactly she believes “her communities values” are.
    If it’s not health freedom, then we aren’t on the same page.

    1. I also am concerned about this and would like a straight forward answer regarding the rights of the students and their health.

  2. She will be s breath of fresh air. Hope we get others like her on the board. We sure need her kind! Vote FRASURE for zone 1.

  3. Follow the money. Out of state and out of zone funders for the most part. This campaign is not about West Ada students.

    1. Not sure where you got that info but she seems like the conservative voice I’m voting for. She’s lived in Meridian for 16 years and is against covid mandates and lockdowns.

  4. “Demonstrating that school is essential” is a bad tipoff. Public schooling lies at the core of the corruption of our children. `Proving` the necessity of government brainwashing is not anything I would vote for.

    On the upside, at least we have some small bit of info about this “non partisan” candidate.

    1. I believe that that she means by that is that kids need to be IN school, not virtual. Physical school. Look at her website and decide for yourself: lori4idaho

      1. Correction: She means no more covid virtual school. Kids in school, anti mask or vaccine mandates (pro freedom)

  5. This description does not go to the core of understanding whether she supports the Idaho values. Does it say that she does not support CRT or any other disguised marxist curriculum? Does it say what she means about what her community values are, as pointed out by Tanya Miller? (including health freedom) Does she point out the critical role parents play in overseeing the education of their children? Does she say anything about transparency in sources of funding both to her and to the schools, teacher’s unions, etc? Without these answers, how can one vote for you?

  6. Check out her website, or .com or something. She is for health freedom and wants kids in school, not virtual. She is for local control and conservative values. Sounds like she’s against CRT and the alphabet soup and all that garbage. I’m voting for her.

    1. Correction: (PS, I’ve never met her, I just did my research and want us to pick someone who is pro-freedom, anti-child-indoctrination.

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