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Deborah Warren Announced She Is Running For Washington County District 3 County Commissioner

Deborah Warren has announced that she is running for Washington County District 3 County Commissioner in the May Primary Election as a Republican.

Deborah was raised on a ranch in Cambridge, and graduated from Cambridge High School. She earned a college degree in biology, married and raised three daughters in the Boise area while her husband Dan served in law enforcement there for 26 years.

In 2007, Deborah and Dan moved back to Cambridge. Deborah became involved with the “Upper Country Singers” annual Christmas event, which she has directed for 13 years. She began working at Washington County Planning and Zoning in 2010 as an Administrative Assistant. She later transferred to the County Clerk’s office where she has held positions in Recording, Elections, Payroll, and most recently, as the Deputy Auditor. Her most current position involves auditing all claims for payment, and working closely with the elected Washington County Clerk in oversight of the County budget. Deborah has worked closely with all County elected officials, department heads, county employees and has attended and participated in Commissioner meetings and hearings.

Deborah’s years of experience within the County and the relationships that she has developed with local and state elected officials, and state agencies will allow her to “hit the ground running” as a Commissioner. She understands the role and duties a fully responsible county commissioner must perform. She plans to assist County departments coordinate their activities effectively to best serve the residents of Washington County. She will also be a strong and knowledgeable voice that the County needs to be heard by State legislators.

Warren stated, “I believe the Commissioners need to lead the discussions of how our three communities deal with growth. Growth is here. It is changing Idaho. It will change each county. As a Conservative, I believe that local governments must have the most authority to make decisions affecting their communities. We must carefully balance personal property rights while protecting our rural way of life. Roads, law enforcement, emergency medical and other services must be wisely supported, improved and expanded as more people become residents of Washington County. I have a desire to serve all the citizens of Washington County with integrity and transparency. I promise to be quick to listen, to make thoroughly informed decisions, and facilitate collaboration and communication to help us to accomplish extraordinary things.”

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