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Idaho Farm Bureau

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Idaho Farm Bureau
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The Idaho Farm Bureau, also known as the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF), was founded in 1939. It is a non-profit, 501(C)(5) organization of farm families that is affiliated with the larger American Farm Bureau Federation. Each county in the state has a bureau that farm families can join. As a non-profit membership organization, the IFBF earns revenue from member dues. Further, although the IFBF is a nonpartisan organization, it does work to advocate for the interests of its members.[1]


Campaign Contributions

State Candidates

2010

In 2010, the IFBF contributed a total of $25,550 to state senate candidates and $58,350 to state house candidates. It was the 2nd and 1st largest donor to state senate and state representative campaigns, respectively.

The top 11 recipients of contributions from the IFBF in 2010 were:[2]

Candidate Amount Result
Republican Party Jim Guthrie, State Representative $2,500 Approveda
Republican Party Ken Andrus, State Representative $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Maxine Bell, State Representative $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Lawrence Denney, State Representative $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Russell Fulcher, State Senator $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Robert Geddes, State Senator $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Lee Heider, State Senator $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Ken Roberts, State Representative $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Paul Shepherd, State Representative $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party Jeff Thompson, State Representative $2,000 Approveda
Republican Party John Vander Woude, State Representative $2,000 Approveda

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