Bonner County Republican Central Committee – Candidate Application Process, County Treasurer
The Bonner County Republican Central Committee (BCRCC) has announced the launch of their Candidate Application process for nominee to the position of Bonner County Treasurer.
The current elected Bonner County Treasurer, Cheryl Piehl, a Republican, is retiring after many years of professional and dedicated service to Bonner County and has submitted to the Bonner County Commissioners her notice of resignation of office effective January 5, 2022. In order to fill the position of Bonner County Treasurer upon Ms. Piehl’s retirement, it is the privilege of the BCRCC, as authorized by Idaho Code section 59-906, to submit the names of three qualified nominees to the Bonner County Commissioners who will then select a Treasurer from among the three nominees recommended by the BCRCC.
The BCRCC invites qualified candidates to obtain an application packet from the BCRCC website.
The deadline for candidates to submit their Nominee Application to the BCRCC is December 3, 2021. Nomination interviews will follow the receipt of all applications at a special meeting of the BCRCC. That meeting date will be announced and published at http://bonnercountygop.com/ after the receipt of applications.
Minimum qualifications: United States citizen, at least 21 years old, 1 year residency in Bonner County, and a registered Bonner County voter. The professional responsibilities of the Bonner County Treasurer can be found at https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat/Title31/T31CH21/.
Scott Herndon, Chair
Bonner County Republican Central Committee
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