Janice recently met with Bill Colley from News Radio 1310 KLIX to discuss state budgeting, road conditions, wildfires, and taxation. You can listen to the full interview by clicking here.
August 7, 2017 Check out this editorial from Janice in the Idaho State Journal about how President Trump’s executive order creates “a great opportunity for Idaho to keep skilled workers within the state of Idaho and help close the skills-gap in our workforce.” Check out the article here.
Janice recently visited with Madison Informed Citizens in Rexburg, Idaho to discuss important issues facing Idahoans in the near future. Hear what she had to say by clicking on the two links below or by visiting the Madison Informed Citizens Facebook page! Video 1: Janice McGeachin tells MIC why she is the best choice for Lt….READ MORE
Check out this recent article in Idaho Politics Weekly about Janice’s recent one-on-one interview with Chuck Malloy. “We can help make America great again, and that starts right here in Idaho.” Check out the article here.
Did you see the article in Gem State Patriot news about Janice’s recent speech in St. Maries, Idaho? In the speech, Janice says, “Trying to put a spending restraint on politicians is like taking candy out of the mouths of children.” Check out the rest of the speech here.
IDAHO FALLS — Former Republican Idaho State Representative Janice McGeachin stopped by the EastIdahoNews.com election center to share her thoughts on why she’s voting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Watch the video above for her entire interview with EastIdahoNews.com anchor Nate Eaton.
BOISE — The silver lining in the snow-laden storm clouds in Idaho this past winter might be that the weather’s crippling impact on state roads got the Legislature to find its wallet for major infrastructure repair and reconstruction. That plan for roads and bridges, along with a repeal of the sales tax…READ MORE
BOISE — The Idaho Senate ended the year by killing a bill that would have cut unemployment insurance and income taxes — meaning the only major tax cut to pass this year is one the governor opposes and might veto in the coming days. Shortly after the House adjourned just before 11…READ MORE