Idaho will have new legislative district maps in 2022, and several Idaho legislators are already announcing their retirements after next year’s legislative session.
Other legislators have announced that they will seek to change chambers during the May primary. Typically, this means a legislator is trying to move from the House to the Senate.
Finally, a few legislators are running for higher office and are also included in the list of those not running for re-election.
If you see elected officials who are not on this list, please send an email to email@example.com, with a link to their announcement, so we can update it accordingly.
Here are the legislators who have announced their retirements or are not running for re-election so far:
Sen. Patti Anne Lodge (R-Caldwell) – Retiring
Sen. Lee Heider (R-Twin Falls) – Retiring
Sen. Grant Burgoyne (D-Boise) – Retiring
Sen. Mary Souza (R-Coeur d’Alene) – Running for Secretary of State
Rep. Muffy Davis (D-Ketchum) – Running for County Commissioner
House Speaker Scott Bedke (R-Oakley) – Running for Lt. Governor
Rep. Priscilla Giddings (R-White Bird) – Running for Lt. Governor
Rep. Dorothy Moon (R-Stanley) – Running for Secretary of State
Here are the State House legislators who are going to run for State Senate instead:
Rep. Greg Chaney (R-Caldwell)
Rep. Tammy Nichols (R-Middleton)
Rep. Ben Adams (R-Nampa)
Rep. Linda Wright Hartgen (R-Twin Falls)
Rep. Codi Galloway (R-Boise)
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