Ted Hill

Hill, an Idaho native, graduated from Boise State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration before obtaining a master’s degree in international relations from Salve-Regina University. He embarked on a military career by joining the Navy in 1984, where he served as a fighter pilot, squadron commander, and Airwing deputy commander. With over a decade of experience in the Department of Defense, he retired in April 2022 after a 38-year Navy career. Presently, Hill works as a contract adversary fighter pilot supporting naval aviator training and as an international pilot for United Airlines. He has served one term in District 14A and is seeking his second. Hill made two unsuccessful bids for District 14 House Senate in 2018 and 2020.

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News • Ian Max Stevenson, Idaho Statesman • 03/05/2024

Rep. Ted Hill, R-Eagle, introduced a bill that would prohibit public employees from being required to refer to people by the pronouns they use and forbid teachers from calling their students by their requested pronouns without written permission from their parents.

News • Kevin Richert and Ryan Suppe, Idaho Capital Sun •

Rep. Ted Hill’s bill was scheduled for a vote Tuesday, but members voted to keep it on the calendar, for now. Hill told Idaho Education News that he’s hoping to bolster support for the bill and address concerns from the Senate, to avoid amendments once it crosses the rotunda.

News • Mia Maldonado, Idaho Capital Sun • 01/29/2024

Its bill sponsor, Rep. Edward “Ted” Hill, R-Eagle, opened the debate calling fentanyl a “scourge” on Idaho communities, and the legislation would give law enforcement tools to deter fentanyl crimes.

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