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Rep. Sage Dixon Deserves Your Vote

The Idaho primary election is on May 19th, 2020

Representative Sage Dixon

Rep. Sage Dixon Deserves Your Vote

In times of crisis, a calm and steady hand is essential.

Since the onset on the health crisis we all find ourselves in, Sage Dixon has displayed much-needed leadership. From continuous social media updates on how we can assist our small businesses and support our religious institutions, to championing our civil rights at a time when so many around us are exploiting the current crisis as an opportunity to infringe upon them, Rep. Dixon has remained grounded in his principles of freedom.

But that’s not an anomaly. Rather, it’s a continuation of the leadership he’s already shown during his time as District 1-B representative where he’s worked tirelessly on behalf of his constituents and defended our liberties even when his position wasn’t the popular one. On issues like education, the health of our business community, land use, and standing against increased taxation, Rep. Dixon promises to continue that strong leadership just as he has during this time of crisis.

While I’m unable to vote for Sage Dixon myself, I can tell you that he’s a man of integrity and will never waver in his bedrock conservative principles.

For these reasons and more, I urge those of you in Rep. Dixon’s district to cast your May 19th primary election vote for him.

Jodi Giddings
Sagle, Idaho

 

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