Keri helped found the nonprofit Destination Caldwell and successfully helped rebrand and rebuild Caldwell. She fought hard to create a thriving downtown and tourism of the Sunnyslope Wine Trail.
As Canyon County faces the challenges ahead of us, we need a Commissioner that has demonstrated that they
can affect change. Keri has proven that ability. Her expertise in land use will help affect the smart growth that our community desperately needs. Sustainable growth is the only growth we need and her knowledge of local ordinances, comprehensive plans and the Idaho Land Use Planning Act sets her apart from all other commissioners and candidates.
During COVID, Keri fought for a reasonable approach to maintain your freedoms and not be told what to do by the government. She also found a new passion to find a solution for moms struggling with postpartum and our teens that are literally in crisis and struggling with thoughts of suicide. We are in desperate need of a teen crisis center and a vote for Keri will help keep this initiative moving forward.
Keri knows how to find a balance. She is tackling rapid growth, property tax challenges, and ensuring that required County services are efficiently carried out. These are crucial to the future of Canyon County. She is lobbying for legislative changes to solve some of these problems.
Today is the last day for early voting. You can go to the Canyon County Elections office in Caldwell (1102 E. Chicago) or in Nampa at Celebration Church (2121 Caldwell Boulevard).
You can also register to vote at the location. Take your drivers license and any mail with your address on it (utility bills, subscriptions, banking, medical, etc.)
The last day to vote for Keri is this Tuesday, May 17 until 8pm. To find you voting location on Tuesday visit: https://elections.sos.idaho.gov/ElectionLink/ElectionLink/ViewPollingLocation.aspx
We need Keri K. Smith re-elected. Please help by going to vote!