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Idaho State Representative District 4A

Idaho House of Representatives members serve a 2-year term and are responsible for translating the public will into public policy for the state, levying taxes, appropriating public funds, and overseeing the administration of state agencies. These responsibilities are carried out through the legislative process — laws passed by elected representatives of the people, legislators.

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    Joe Alfieri

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    Angela Chandler

Biographical Information

1. What do you hope to accomplish if elected?

2. What experience has prepared you for this office?

3. What do you see as the most significant challenges Idaho faces that you might be able to address in this position?

4. Would you support legislation to remove criminal liability for physicians and pregnant women experiencing life threatening pregnancy complications and allow for medical and family decisions regarding continuation of that pregnancy. Please explain your response.

5. What else would you like to tell the voters?

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Working with my fellow legislators, I want to change the current atmosphere of divisiveness and the extremely misguided and hurtful decisions regarding women's health, lgbtq+ issues, and our libraries and schools.
Life experiences - a single parent of a transgender child growing up in rural Idaho, serving on church governing boards and art boards, and knowing what it is like to struggle financially and navigate through difficult times.
The loss of our ob-gyn healthcare providers, the waste of taxpayer dollars through avoidable litigation challenges, and the misdirected focus from real issues facing our state
Yes! Government should not insert itself into the difficult medical decisions faced by individuals and their physicians. While I do believe all life is precious, it is not a legislative duty to deny a person's right to have all healthcare options available.
All legislators should approach their work in a spirit of cooperation and kindness. To ask tough questions such as -

How does this law help my fellow citizens? Does it promote a positive experience for everyone? Does it harm anyone? How can I work in a positive way with my fellow legislators to solve the real and present problems of this world