Judy Boyle

Boyle attended Lassen Community College, Boise State University, and the University of Idaho before serving in the Idaho House of Representatives District 9 Seat B since 2008. The eight-term incumbent is running for her ninth term and currently serves in committees for Agricultural Affairs, Resources and Conservation, and Revenue and Taxation. She has also served as the natural resources director for former Congresswoman Helen Chenoweth. Recognized for her impact in the community, Boyle was named one of the 100 most influential people in Idaho.

News Stories

News • Kevin Richert, Idaho Ed News • 03/02/2023

Rep. Judy Boyle, R-Midvale, stepped down minutes after colleagues voted down a bill to ban school and public libraries from distributing ”harmful materials” to minors. The committee voted to hold the bill on a 9-8 vote. Boyle voted against the motion.

News • Ryan Suppe, Idaho Ed News • 02/15/2024

School choice proponent Rep. Judy Boyle is joining the House Revenue and Taxation Committee before what’s expected to be a close vote on a divisive private school tax credit bill.

News • Kevin Richert and Ryan Suppe, Idaho Capital Sun • 01/11/2024

During brief discussion, the bill’s co-sponsor said the proposal would consolidate 26 years of charter school policy tweaks into one complete overhaul. For years, lawmakers have “fussed around the edges” of charter school law, said Rep. Judy Boyle, R-Midvale.

News • Fox 12 Staff, KPTV • 10/19/2023

The spokesperson said Oregon Representative Vikki Breese Iverson (R- Prineville) met with Idaho representatives Judy Boyle and Barbara Ehardt, along with a Malheur county commissioner and “Greater Idaho” leaders.

The movement is seeking to move the border between Idaho and Oregon, shifting 15 rural, eastern Oregon counties into Idaho. So far, 12 Oregon counties have voted for referendums that are in support of the project.

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