Jennie Rylee 2015

1. Which Idaho Legislative District am I in?

EVERY IDAHOAN IS REPRESENTED BY ONE OF IDAHO's 35 LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS

Your address and zip code determines which district you are in. Whether you live in District 1 in the northern-most tip of Idaho, in Boise's Districts 14 through 19, or in Idaho Fall's area Districts 30 through 35, your lawmakers need to know you support adding the words and including gay and transgender people in Idaho law.

I'll use my ADDRESS to FIND WHERE I VOTE, MY Precinct and LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT at Idaho Secretary of State

I'll go to the Idaho LEGISLATURE's MAIN SITE to look up my LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT to FIND WHO MY LEGISLATORS ARE

I KNOW MY DISTRICT : • NORTH IDAHO • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, • TREASURE VALLEY • 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, • BOISE • 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, • TREASURE VALLEY • 20, 21, • SOUTHERN IDAHO • 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, • POCATELLO • 28, 29, • IDAHO FALLS AREA • 30, 31, 32, 33, • EASTERN IDAHO • 34, 35

2. Who is my Senator?

ONE IDAHO STATE SENATOR REPRESENTS EACH DISTRICT

Your Senator is elected every two years and serves as your voice in the Idaho State Senate which meets in Boise for three or four months starting January 9th this year. Their contact information is public and they welcome your input on legislation. Remember we must persuade them to vote yes so respectful messages carry a lot of weight. If you are able, tell them why you are concerned or if you or someone you know has ever faced harassment or violence, been evicted, refused an apartment, fired from a job or refused service by a business just because they were gay or transgender.

Tick and Shelley Axtell 2015
Jerry Jerrems 2015

3. Who are my two State Representatives?

EVERY IDAHO LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT HAS TWO STATE REPRESENTATIVES. TWO OF THESE MEMBERS REPRESENT YOU IN THE IDAHO HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Like your one State Senator, your two State Representatives vote on Idaho state laws. They are your voice in the Idaho State Capitol. You can write, call or email them to respectfully ask them to "Add the words because it is the right thing to do." Letting them know something about yourself or telling them if you or someone you know has experienced violence or discrimination in employment, housing, education or business services is helpful -- but it is not at all required.