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Meet Kristin

August 20th 2:30PM-5:30PM – Boise

Meet Kristin at the Western Idaho Fair!

Expo Idaho and Grounds

5610 N. Glenwood St., Boise, Idaho 83714

August 22nd 2:00PM-3:00PM – Council

Meet and Greet with Kristin in Council

Council Mountain Coffee & Laundromat

406 N. Dartmouth St., Council, Idaho 83612

August 23rd 12:00PM-1:00PM – Stanley

Coffee with Kristin- Stanley

Peaks & Perks

Highway 21 next to Riverwear, Stanley, Idaho, 83278

August 26th 1:00PM-3:00PM – Boise

Women’s Equality Day Old Fashioned Potluck Picnic

Phillippi Park

2299 S. Phillippi St., Boise, Idaho 83705

August 26th 3:00PM-4:00PM – Boise

Summer Send Off at Lost Grove w/Live Music!

Lost Grove Brewing

1026 S. La Pointe St., Boise, Idaho 83706

August 27th 5:30PM-7:30PM – Boise

Happy Hour with Kristin Collum – Boise

The Gas Lantern Drinking Company

701 W. Fulton St., Boise, Idaho 83702

September 2nd 6:00PM-8:00PM – Driggs

Top of the Ticket Rally – Driggs

Driggs City Center

60 S. Main St., Driggs, Idaho 83422

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  •  I will fight for Idaho’s need to invest more in education to fill openings and address high teacher turn-over rates so that our children have a fighting chance at a good education.

  • College degrees expand work options and lead to higher wages but are not an option for many Idahoans.  I propose free community college to open doors, change lives, and help rebuild rural Idaho.


  • Idaho leads the nation in percentage of minimum wage jobs.  I’ll advocate for a state government which works to attract and encourage companies that pay a living wage (>$12 per hour in Idaho).

  • I will work to block state incentives for companies whose worker salaries are low and stagnant while those same companies make huge profits and line the pockets of senior executives.


  • It’s time to close the Medicaid Gap. It is cruel and financially irresponsible of our state government to refuse federal funds which would provide affordable health coverage for 78,000 people.

  • Health care is a basic human need and right.  It’s time to stop insurance and pharmaceutical companies from profiting at the expense of our health and lives.  Medicare should be available to all.

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