MADISON COUNTY − County Commission Chairman Jon Weber will be formally announcing his candidacy for Idaho House of Representatives – District 34A on Monday, Feb. 10, at 2 p.m. at the Madison County Courthouse
According to a press release, Commissioner Weber is running for this office because “He believes that he will immediately be able to make a difference by putting his knowledge and experience to work in representing, making decisions and casting votes in the best interest of the residents of District 34.”
Born and raised in Michigan, Weber met his wife Heather at Ricks College. They have five children and seven grandchildren. The family has owned and operated a local formal and bridal company called Circle of Love for 29 years.
According to the press release, Weber has served as the President of Idaho Association of Counties — Commissioners and Clerks association, Magistrate Commission member, Chairman of the Rural Planning Organization, Chairman of the East Idaho Solid Waste District, and Mental Health board member. Currently, Weber and his fellow commissioners have plans for a new landfill within the county, a new license and registration venue, a new park where the state gravel pit used to be, and completing the second half of the frontage road near state U.S. Highway 20.
“When we bring people together to help create a vision for a better outcome, especially when there are differences, everyone wins,” Weber said.