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Luke Mayville
Co-Founder of Reclaim Idaho. Medicaid Expansionist. Also teach & write about American political ideas:
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NOPE 🌹 Jul 17
Shoutout to volunteers willing to meet people where they’re at and engage in important questions facing Idaho!
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Betsy Z. Russell Jul 16
Eye on Boise: Close to 100 gather for 'Reclaim Idaho' town hall on initiative laws; link to my full story at
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Sam Sandmire Jul 17
This was the 1st in a series of non-partisan Town Halls will host all over Idaho this summer. Topic: Citizen Ballot Initiatives
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Matthew Sitman Jul 17
The has a Patreon! No episodes are behind a paywall yet, but to keep going we need a little help. Sam puts hour and hours into editing these episodes, and as you know there's a lot of reading and research packed into what we do.
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Reclaim Idaho Jul 17
Justice Jim Jones, retired Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice & former Idaho Attorney General weighed in on citizen ballot initiatives at our 1st Town Hall last night in Boise. Link to 's story:
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Sam Sandmire Jul 17
: noted that in addition to all the attendees, volunteers for knocked on more than 1,300 doors...to invite residents to attend the session & talk about the issue. “We believe that the door knocking is just as valuable as the event itself.”
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Jeff Fee Jul 14
Going to write this down and pin it on the wall so when I get out of bed each morning... That will be the first thing I see
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Phil Klay Jul 13
Excellent podcast here
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Reclaim Idaho Jul 13
It was a lovely day for door-knocking in West Boise! We’re holding Town Halls all over Idaho to protect our right to organize ballot initiatives, and before each event we’re knocking hundreds of doors to invite neighbors to attend. Join us a .
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Local Idaho News Jul 12
WHOOPS: Idaho Legislators' letter condemning BSU's diversity programs accidentally justifies BSU's diversity programs.
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Lori Burelle Jul 13
Another day, another walk around another lovely neighborhood for .
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Nate Roberts Jul 12
Thank you to Idaho Democratic Legislators for standing up for ALL Idahoans not just those in their party.
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Luke Mayville Jul 11
***Sign this Petition*** Idaho educators are demanding reform of Idaho's broken merit-pay system (the "Master Educator Premium"). via
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Luke Mayville Jul 10
When it comes to Idaho education, opportunity is determined by ZIP Code. "Local public school revenue varies greatly, with 22 school districts not having any supplemental levies and others receiving up to $6,818 per student."
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Luke Mayville Jul 10
More evidence that Idaho’s heavy-handed “merit pay” system for “master teachers” is a bad idea: Idaho’s Teacher of the Year did not even apply for the premium. Maybe “merit” pay for some should be replaced by adequate pay for all?
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Luke Mayville Jul 9
In 2019, legislators in **16 states** introduced restrictions on the ballot-initiative process. Here in Idaho, we stopped them in 2019 & we're door-knocking to make sure they don't get away with it in 2020. Join us at
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Sam Sandmire Jul 9
Join TONIGHT at 5:30pm at Awakenings Coffeehouse, 10650 W. Overland to invite neighbors to our 1st Town Hall. Details & RSVP:
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Luke Mayville Jul 9
Idaho's reliance on local property-tax levies to fund schools results in vast inequality across districts: "the same tax rate would generate 13 times more revenue per student in Blaine County School District than in the Blackfoot School District."
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Luke Mayville Jul 8
"More than 80 percent of Idaho’s school districts rely on levies and property taxes for funding, which leads to huge spending gaps that regularly leave less money for students of color or students in poverty."
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Lisa Schaff Jul 7
Please listen to your constituents. by Cory Jill .
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