Geoff Schroeder

Schroeder was born, raised, and educated in Idaho before serving in the Idaho Army National Guard. He dedicated 21 years to active duty before settling in Mountain Home in 1990. Schroeder holds a B.A. in philosophy from Boise State University (2012) and a J.D. from the University of Idaho College of Law (2018), leading to his admission to the Idaho State Bar in 2018. He was elected to two terms on the Mountain Home City Council in 2007 and 2013 and served as an Elmore County Republican Party precinct committeeman from 2010 to 2018. He later held roles as county vice chair and LD 23 chair from 2014 to 2016. Schroeder is a moderate conservative who focuses on supporting small government, protecting the quality of education, and supporting the local economy.

News Stories

News • Anthony Kuipers, Moscow-Pullman Daily News • 04/24/2024

An attorney for the Latah County Library District said those who want libraries to remove “harmful” books from their shelves must meet a burden of proof first. Geoff Schroeder spoke to the Latah County Library board of trustees Tuesday at the Potlatch Library about the recently signed HB 710.

News • Ryan Suppe, Idaho Statesman • 11/01/2023

“I would like this payment, which I believe is contrary to statute, to be investigated and recouped if necessary,” Schroeder said in the Oct. 6 email. “Overtime pay belongs to the hardworking support staff in our state.”

News • Kyle Pfannestiel, Idaho Capital Sun • 03/18/2024

An Idaho bill making its way through the Legislature called the “Defend the Guard Act” could threaten funding and resources for the Idaho National Guard, the military unit’s commanding general says.

News • Kevin Richert, Idaho Reports • 10/11/2023

The Freedom PAC has endorsed Christy Zito from Hammett in Elmore County, who was previously in the House and served one term in the Senate. Apparently, she is going to be running against Sen. Geoff Schroeder of Mountain Home, who’s another one of those more moderate folks.

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