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Cindy Agidius

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Succeeded by  Paulette Jordan
Name  Cindy Agidius
Nationality  American
Education  University of Idaho
Political party  Republican
Party  Republican Party
Website  cindyagidius.com

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Born  Spokane, Washington
Alma mater  University of Idaho (did not graduate)
Residence  Moscow, Idaho, United States

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Lucinda 'Cindy' L. Agidius (born in Spokane, Washington) was a one-term Republican Idaho State Representative, serving 2012 to 2014, representing District 5 in seat A.

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Early life and education

Lucinda L. Agidius, known as Cindy, grew up in Wallace, Idaho, graduating from Wallace High School and attending the University of Idaho.

Committee Assignments

Agricultural Affairs 2012–2014

Business Committee 2012–2014

Education 2012–2013

Revenue and Taxation 2014

Career

Agiduius became interested in politics, joining the Republican Party. She served on the Latah County Planning Commission. Later she worked as a staffer for United States senators Dirk Kempthorne and Mike Crapo. After being elected as governor, Kempthorne appointed Agidius as Director, Idaho State Agency; she had previously served as director of the Idaho Women's Commission in a Republican administration.

Agiduius was communications director for the 2015 Legislative Session for the House Republican Caucus.

As of 2016, Agidius is working for RE/Max Realty in Moscow. She is a member of the Latah County Board of Realtors and the Moscow Chamber of Commerce.

Controversies

When the House Republican Caucus hired Agidius as its communications director for the 2015 Legislative Session. House Minority Leader John Rusche of Lewiston asked Idaho House Speaker Scott Bedke for her removal from the position, alleging that Agidius was 'harassing' and 'spying' on Jordan, in addition to using her position as communications

In response, Agidius said, "In my opinion, a problem never existed. I have enough to do here without worrying about what Paulette's doing. There have been a few instances when I've seen her do things she said she wouldn't do. Those are things I may store and remember, if I choose to run again." director improperly.It was reported that Agidius "was taking photos and posting online comments about Democratic Rep. Paulette Jordan from Plummer." Which she later removed.

References

Cindy Agidius Wikipedia


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