My name is Lynn Guyer and I am running for Idaho House in District 7. I am from Idaho, born and raised in Weiser, Idaho. After graduating from high school, I attended Lewis Clark State College, where I earned my Bachelor of Science in Criminal and Juvenile Justice in Psychology and Sociology. While studying at LCSC, I was a member of the Lewiston Police Department as a reserve officer. I also interned at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Weiser. After graduation, I was hired by the Idaho Department of Corrections as a corrections officer at the Northern Idaho Correctional Facility, a career that spanned 30 years, including 13 last as Director of NICI before retiring in 2016. I met my wife, Susan, when I started at NICI, and we will be married for 33 years next November. We have three adult children and three grandsons.
My political experience is seven years on the Cottonwood School Board and currently a councilman for Cottonwood City, where I serve as commissioner of sewers. My family and I love the outdoors in Idaho. We love to hunt, fish, and recreate on Idaho’s great public land, which I promise to do everything I can to protect so many other generations can enjoy. I am also a member of the ANR. I am proud to be endorsed by the Idaho Professional Firefighters, Idaho Education Association, Fraternal Order of Police, Idaho General Contractor Association, Idaho Medical Association, Idaho Physicians Association, ‘Idaho Power and the Idaho Prosperity Fund. I would ask you to consult my opponent’s voting record to see why these organizations supported me and not him. I am also supported by the former governor, Butch Otter. I promise to introduce legislation that will benefit District 7, which my opponent has not done in several years. I ask for your vote on May 17.
Idaho House District 7 Seat A Candidate