May 26, 2021

Idaho Representative and Candidate for Lt. Governor Priscilla Giddings

Idaho’s own “Top Gun,” Representative Priscilla Giddings will be the speaker at the June 19 Liberty Dinner hosted by the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer.  Giddings will be speaking on the fight to maintain Idaho’s conservative values.

Giddings, who recently declared for Lt. Governor, is an Air Force Academy graduate, a fighter pilot, and served nine years of active duty with the Air Force, accumulating nearly 1,000 combat flight hours and nine air medals through three combat deployments.  During flight training she was awarded “Top Gun” as an A-10 fighter pilot.

In her announcement of her entry into the Lt. Governor’s race, Giddings said, “The outgoing Lieutenant Governor is leaving a vacancy in Idaho leadership which is critical to fill with a principled conservative.  Idaho’s next Lieutenant Governor needs to have a solid record of conservative leadership to effectively combat our state’s move away from our constitution and our conservative values.”

Giddings’ conservative record is unmatched, earning her a 100% conservative score from the Idaho Freedom Foundation and a 96% lifetime rating from the American Conservative Union.  She fought for the grocery tax repeal, strongly supported pro-life legislation, helped pass the pro-gun Constitutional Carry law, and serves as the co-chair of the Lieutenant Governor’s Education Task Force to combat Marxism in the schools.

Giddings and her husband Matt live in White Bird with their children.  She is a lifetime member of the VFW, the American Legion, and the NRA.  She was recognized with Idaho’s 2018 Outstanding Woman Veteran Award, and is active with many community organizations.

Liberty Dinner Series events take place on the third Saturday of each month in Pocatello.  The series gives attendees the opportunity to connect with others who share your concerns and values, enjoy a meal, and hear from a speaker engaged in the fight to preserve and/or restore freedoms for Idahoans.  Past speakers have included the founders of RECONNECT Southeast Idaho, Representative Ron Nate, and the Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Anna K. Miller.

The June dinner will be held on Saturday, June 19, beginning at 6:00 p.m., at Mountain Valley Baptist Church, 202 S. 7th Avenue.  The cost to attend is $25 per person.  Reservations are required, and can be made by contacting John Crowder, Publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, via email at


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