to attend Lincoln Day dinner
There is quite a slate of candidates expected to attend the Idaho County Republicansí Lincoln Day Dinner set for Saturday, March 8 at 5 p.m. in the Greencreek Hall.
U.S. Senator James Risch has said he plans to attend but events in Ukraine may cause him to cancel.
Congressman Raul Labrador plans to attend.
Governor Butch Otter has been invited and candidate Russ Fulcher, an Idaho State Senator from Meridian has said he will attend.
Lt. Governor Brad Little and challenger Jim Chmelik of Cottonwood both plan to attend.
Secretary of State candidates Lawerence Denney, a current state representative from Midvale; Phil McGrane of Boise, the Chief Deputy Clerk of Ada County and Mitch Toryanski of Boise, a former state senator who has also served as Deputy General, all plan to attend.
Current State Controller Brandon Woolf of Boise and candidate Todd Hatfield of McCall both plan to attend.
Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, John Eynon of Grangeville will attend.
District 7 legislators Senator Sherry Nuxoll and Representatives Shannon McMillan and Paul Shepherd all plan to attend.
County Commissioners John Rockwell, Jim Chmelik and Skip Brandt and all county officials also plan to attend.
The speakers will be Wayne Hoffman of the Idaho Freedom Foundation and Elizabeth Allan Hodge, director of the NW Regional Patriot Academy.
Also in attendance will be Idaho GOP Chairman Berry Peterson, Region II Chair LeeAnn Callear and District 7 Chair Cornal Rasor.
Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings will be the MC for the evening.
There will be a live auction with Dennis and Brent Rowland serving as auctioneers.
There will also be a 50-50 drawing and door prizes. The dinner will be catered by Nancy Arnzen.
Tickets are $45 per couple, $25 per single and $15 for youth under the age of 18.