Todd Lakey

Todd, a committed member of his community with a deep dedication to Idaho’s conservative values of family, faith, hard work, common sense, lower taxes, and limited government, has served in various elected positions to give back to those who entrusted him with office. His journey began influenced by his father, who worked for Albertsons and instilled in him the virtues of strong work ethic and personal responsibility. Todd’s educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in International Business from Brigham Young University and a Juris Doctorate from Lewis and Clark Northwestern School of Law. His career started nearly 30 years ago as a deputy prosecutor in Canyon County, leading to two terms as a County Commissioner. During his tenure, he was elected president of the Idaho Association of Commissioners and Clerks. Married to Jan for 36 years with five children and numerous grandchildren, Todd cherishes family ties deeply rooted in Nampa, Idaho. His service extends beyond professional roles; he served 20 years in the United States Army Reserves, retiring as an officer, and has been actively involved in coaching youth sports and scouting. Currently, he practices law focusing on real estate, business, and local government, and remains an influential leader within the Idaho Republican Party. Todd has been honored in the Canyon County Republican Hall of Fame and continues to serve as the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary and Rules Committee, advocating strongly for law enforcement support, pro-life measures, and Second Amendment rights.

News Stories

News • Sarah Clendenon, Idaho Dispatch • 01/07/2024

Senator Todd Lakey (R-District 23) is facing a conflict-of-interest complaint, a request to the Idaho Senate Pro Tempore for a possible Senate ethics investigation, and an Idaho State Bar Association grievance from people who reside in the legislative district he represents.

News • Margaret Carmel , Boise Dev • 03/06/2024

A proposal to reform the process for cities determining their possible growth boundaries is back before legislators this year.

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