Charlie Shepherd

Kyle Shepherd is a second generation Idahoan legislator and native of Garden Valley, Idaho, which is where he serves as a maintenance supervisor at the Salmon River Joint School District. After a decade spent logging in Idaho, Utah, Oregon, and Washington, he subsequently dedicated 15 years to a family-owned sawmill and log home business. In the realm of sports, Shepherd showcased his leadership by coaching high school football, basketball, and track at Salmon River High School and is an active member of the District III Basketball Officials Association. He is seeking his third term.

News Stories

News • David Rauzi, Idaho County Free Press • 04/17/2023

Shepherd said, “All bills and issues deserve attention; however, my top priority in light of any of them will always be to preserve freedom and to lower taxes — especially property taxes.”

News • , Idaho County Free Press • 04/16/2024

The Free Press asked the candidates seven questions concerning their campaigns, allowing them to go at length with their answers: Think of your particular community or constituency 20 years from now. What three things must be addressed now to make it better for our kids? Our state constitution compels us to fully fund public education. By fulfilling that obligation we will lessen the burden on our property taxpayers by putting an end to school bonds and levies.

News • Ryan Suppe, Idaho Statesman • 10/03/2023

All three lawmakers from Legislative District 7, which encompasses White Bird and New Meadows, this year voted against an additional $115 million for local water systems that included $23 million from ARPA. The district is represented by Kingsley, along with Rep. Charlie Shepherd, R-Pollock, and Sen. Cindy Carleson, R-Riggins.

News • KTVB7 Staff, KTVB7 • 03/03/2021

Rep. Shepherd said he believes that early childhood education has value and he voted against the bill over concerns other legislators brought up about what kind of curriculum would be taught with the grant money.

Candidate profiles are regularly updated. Please check back for new information.
Subscribe to the blog to get alerted on news about candidates and organizations.

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. More Information