Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Don Hudsonís experience makes sense for District 26


    Don Hudson is running for Idaho House Seat B in District 26. The Shoshone resident will bring solid business experience, a commitment to serve and the willingness to work hard to solve problems in the Idaho Legislature.
    Hudson and his wife, Judy, raised a family of six. This family man enjoys his grandchildren and serving others. Hudson has delivered countless hours growing Boy Scouts in the 50 years he has served the organization. He’s a volunteer firefighter and commands the local search and rescue unit.
    He was a certified energy manager for AT&T for 15 years before retiring. Hudson is a member of the Association of Energy Engineers. Hudson designed communications and energy management systems to solve clients’ business problems. Projects focused mainly on utility grid management and energy conservation.
    He brings a strong skill set that will serve him well in the Idaho House. As he put it: It meant communicating, being willing to listen, and finding common-ground so that the engineering projects could be completed on-time and under-budget.
    A vote for Don Hudson is a vote for common-sense solutions that will best serve voting District 26 which includes Blaine, Camas, Lincoln and Gooding counties.
Julie Lynn
Ketchum

 




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