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Glenneda

Second chances grow people.

In 2018 I took a huge leap of faith and declared that I needed to be part of the solution, rather than part of the problem by declaring my candidacy to be District 25 House Representative.

I am a devout believer in the truth found in Proverbs 16:9: “The mind of a person plans his way, But the Lord directs his steps.” Direct my steps the Lord has definitely done! He directed them in such a way that my growth, strength, courage and knowledge have superseded anything I thought I was capable of.

I also believe in second chances. People typically react to obstacles in life in one of two ways: they either let fear keep them from succeeding because of the hurt, disappointment and loss they experienced the first time, or they look at second chances as an opportunity to let what they learned the first time grow their faith to try again. Failure only occurs when you do not get up, dust off, and try again. The latter defines the type of person I am.

I am also a strong believer in God’s Timing. Joseph had a dream he would be a ruler over his brothers, and shared that dream with them. That led to his brothers becoming jealous and selling him as a slave. It was over forty years of heartache, betrayal, wrongful accusations, and being forgotten in prison before God finally molded Joseph’s heart and attitude in such a way that he went from prison to second-in-command in Egypt. God’s timing is always perfect! Because of his many hardships, Joseph became the leader God needed to save many people from a drought. When we trust in God’s timing and not our own, it not only blesses us, but it blesses many.

With all that being said, I have filed my C1 once again. I am praying for the direction, courage, and blessings of God to be obedient to what He calls me to do. I have filed to run for District 25 seat A, but I am remaining flexible due to the fact that we do not know where the redistricting borders will be.

Until then, I ask first and foremost for your prayers. When we come together we can move mountains, and the mountain before me is not just the incumbent. The IACI (Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry) gives a lot of money to certain candidates and have huge voter influence. My platform is simple: protecting our individual God-given rights. Protecting individual rights benefits corporations, industries and unions: it benefits every Idahoan as well as the heads of these large entities.

Our future is what “We the People” make it. It is our responsibility, not government agencies’, to keep our state sovereignty and Constitutional Republic. Let us rise up together, let us stand arm-in-arm to hold the line. Our children are watching; let us show them how we defend our most precious commodity in America: our FREEDOM AND LIBERTY! Why should we live freely knowing our lack of action will fasten shackles of slavery upon our children?

In Liberty,

Glenneda Zuiderveld


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