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Republican Precinct Committeeman 321

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    Justin Rupinski
    (Rep)

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    Charlie Specht
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

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Campaign Email rupinski4idaho@gmail.com
Campaign Statement Keep Idaho Red
Campaign Phone 208-771-1082
Mailing Address PO Box 2794
Hayden, ID 83835
Yes. I currently serve as precinct 321 committeeman.
Getting voter information out to the residents of my precinct. I also believe in asking constituents their viewpoints on what we are doing as well as what candidates they would want recommended.
Since I was 18 years old.
I was born and raised in Coeur d'Alene.
Campaign Email xspecht@gmail.com
Campaign Statement United States
Campaign Phone 2087556933
X known as Twitter @iamxspecht
No
I believe that the leaders in our Community should do their best to represent the interests of the community as a whole and not their personal interests. It has bothered me with what has been going on with North Idaho College and the current hijacking of the KCRCC by extremists that are disenfranchising the rank and file Republicans that make up our great party. I felt that I could no longer stand by and watch this happen, so I decided to run for Precinct Committeeman to bring some common sense and credibility back to the process.
16 years
The KCRCC needs new leadership and focus. Their rating and vetting system has failed and yielded unqualified people elected to office with little to no understanding of good governance. Current issues have stemmed from poor policy, which has resulted in a great amount of dysfunction and hampered the performance of several local bodies, and resulted in potential litigation and wasteful spending. What is currently going on with North Idaho College is an excellent example of this.