The following Press Release was sent out by Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin. Note: Press Releases sent out by elected officials do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of those at the Idaho Dispatch.
BOISE, Idaho — On Tuesday, November 30th, Idaho’s Lieutenant Governor, Janice McGeachin, gathered together over 125 statewide candidates, lawmakers, city officials, school board members, and patriot citizens to the Powderhause Brewery in Garden City, Idaho.
Powderhause Brewery is a family-owned business that suffered under the pandemic lockdowns of the Little administration. A Veteran of the United States Air Force and the Idaho Air Guard, the Schmidt patriarch was anxious to give back to the Lieutenant Governor for her unwavering support of small business. Lieutenant Governor McGeachin has been outspoken in opposing lockdowns and mandatory vaccines. A special thank you also to Garden City Mayor, John Evans, for his support to small business during this time.
The overwhelmingly successful event was held to sign the 1776 Pledge, which supports the Trump Presidential 1776 Advisory Report in education. With over 50 signed pledges from across the state, President Trump made a surprise video appearance to personally thank everyone for being advocates of education in Idaho.
Lieutenant Governor McGeachin is grateful for the tremendous support from the community and across the state. She would like to thank everyone for their participation in the evening’s event. The proceeds will benefit the Boise Toys for Tots program, with $1300 donated to them from the Lt. Governor’s event.
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