Hello my friend, I’m running for Governor.
In Idaho, things should be better. Wages are too low and taxes are too high. We are regulated unmercifully, and mandatory health insurance costs are emptying our pocketbooks. Idaho families are truly struggling.
Economically, “we are starving in a room full of food.”
We have incredible natural and human resources; enough to fuel an entire nation, not just our own state. Too often however, government gets in the way.
I’m a 4th generation Idahoan who grew up on a dairy farm. I garnered multiple post-graduate degrees from Idaho universities. I spent more than 20 years traveling the world developing business for high-tech companies, and served in the State Senate for 10 years.
This has taught me how government works (or doesn’t) and how high-paying jobs are created.
- Imagine an Idaho where high-paying tech jobs are readily available.
- Imagine an Idaho where we control our own economic destiny by managing our natural resources.
- Imagine an Idaho where we have alternatives to the one-size-fits-all federal education and health insurance mandates.
I can. And the people of Idaho can too!
Our people are our greatest resource. They need to be empowered to control their own lives. Our lands are our great natural blessing, but they need protection from the threat of sell-offs and environmental ruin due to wildfires. Our federal government is both broke and broken. It needs to focus on foreign policy and national defense, not operating Idaho.
We can make Idaho the sparkling gem we all know she can be. In order to do that, I need your help. Your support will help us share our message of bringing opportunity and prosperity back to Idaho!
Your prayers, as well as a generous donation of $10, $50, $100, $1000, or even $5000, are the key to bringing prosperity back to Idaho. Together, we can do this!
To contribute, you can click here to Donate or you can mail a check to:
Russ Fulcher for Idaho
P.O. Box 1375
Meridian, ID 83680
Thank you for your continued encouragement and support!
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