Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Balukoff would be good for Idaho

    I recently co-hosted a house party for A.J. Balukoff, the Democratic candidate for governor. Approximately 50 people filled our living room, eager to meet, hear from and ask questions of A.J. People became more enthusiastic with each intelligent response to a question. A.J. is knowledgeable about the major issues facing our state, like the importance of providing more state support for our public schools, and he’s also very down-to-earth. You get what you see.  
    It is obvious he has a well-planned campaign, with informative advertising. He is traveling throughout the state, meeting regular Idahoans. Our government would benefit greatly from his experience as a successful businessman. I would love to see him debate our current governor.
    Once you meet our next governor, A.J. Balukoff, you will feel like he is your new best friend. He speaks from his heart about the love he has for Idaho, the mountains, rivers, biking and hiking the trails and the beauty of our state.  
    This man cares—he has children and grandchildren and he feels a responsibility to leave them a legacy that will enrich not only their lives but future generations. I urge voters to take a good look at A.J. Balukoff. Idaho needs better leadership. I will vote for A.J. Balukoff for governor.
Alexandra Delis-Abrams
Blaine County


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