October 12, 2022
Pocatello–Last Thursday’s District 29 Republican candidate forum was a resounding success, according to event host David Worley, who is the GOP Chairman for District 29.
All three of District 29’s Republican legislative candidates–Dustin Manwaring, Jake Stevens, and David Worley–were present to answer questions from the crowd of local citizens in attendance. Audience concerns included topics ranging from election integrity to school choice and pandemic policy.
Dustin Manwaring, who is running for District 29’s House Seat A, is an attorney in Pocatello. He was first elected to the Idaho House of Representatives in 2016 and reelected in 2020. He is seeking his third term in the House. Issues that are important to Manwaring include protecting private property rights and personal data, promoting small business and entrepreneurship, and preserving our natural resources to sustain our Idaho way of life. For more information about Dustin Manwaring, see his Facebook page, here.
Jake Stevens is an Army Warrant Officer, as well as working as an IT analyst for a crop science company. He is seeking his first term in the Idaho House of Representatives. The issues he plans to focus on are reducing taxes and spending, expanding school choice, and outlawing abortion. To learn more about Jake Stevens, visit his webpage: jakeforidaho.com.
David Worley is a commissioned infantry officer in the Army National Guard, and has been deployed three times to the Middle East. He is running against Democrat James Ruchti for District 29’s State Senate seat. Once in office, he wants to restore state sovereignty, expand school choice, and preserve individual’s medical and economic freedom. More information about David Worley and his platform is available on his webpage, worleyforidaho.com.