The following is the official statement released by Rep. Chaney to The Idaho Statesman at the request of the Statesman on 1/9/2018 regarding the revelation that former Caldwell Representative Brandon Hixon had committed suicide: No matter what else is learned about the last few months of Mr. Hixon’s life, it’s clear that there are those who—for one reason or another—today are left dealing with a profound and … Continue reading Statement on Hixon
Thank you to the voters of District 10 who supported my re-election; I look forward to two more years of working for you. Continue reading Thank you!
“The First Amendment very explicitly guarantees the free exercise of religion, and I feel strongly that this is a legal foothold into eroding freedom of religion, into eroding the freedom of speech and into eroding our American way of life, looking to God for direction, and being told to silence ourselves and remove ourselves from the public square, from the economy, from all manner of society, … Continue reading District 10, 11 candidates face off at forum (Idaho Press Tribune)
Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 Rep. Greg Chaney and his opponent, along with the other District 10 seat candidates participated in a candidate forum sponsored by the Idaho Press-Tribune, KBOI 2 Television, and the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce. To watch the full video of the forum, click HERE. Continue reading Greg Chaney participates in candidate forum (video)
Commerce Director Megan Ronk (center) discussed economic development with (L to R) Rep. Greg Chaney, Senator Jim Rice, Mayor Garret Nancolas, and Rep. Brandon Hixon in Caldwell on October 24, 2016. Continue reading Commerce Director Visits Caldwell
The 2017 legislative session begins January 9th. Check back for updates as the session progresses. For now, check out the links below for legislation Greg worked on during the 2015 and 2016 sessions. Continue reading Stay tuned…
By IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE STAFF firstname.lastname@example.org CALDWELL — Idaho Rep. Greg Chaney, R-Caldwell, announced he is running for re-election in 2016. Chaney was first elected to the Idaho Legislature in District 10B in November 2014. “In my first term, I did exactly what I said I’d do: defended your rights, cut taxes, promoted transparency, and addressed our transportation needs,” Chaney said in a statement. “I’m running … Continue reading Greg Chaney announces re-election plans (Idaho Press-Tribune)