Jarom Wagoner

Idaho State Representative

Jarom Wagoner

About Jarom

Representative Jarom Wagoner was born in Rexburg, Idaho.  He is a graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.  Jarom grew up in the Caldwell area and is a proud graduate of the Class of 1995 from Caldwell High School (go Cougars!).  Jarom was a volunteer church missionary for 2 years in Vina Del Mar, Chile.  He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) and is a small-business owner.  His hobbies include playing basketball and golf, hunting, and camping.  He and his wife Lisa have been married for nearly 20 years and they have three very active sons ranging in ages from 11 to 6.

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Idaho District 10

His Time in Office

Representative Wagoner works hard to preserve the rights of all of his constituents.  He is an active listener and leader.  Many of his fellow legislator’s look up to him and admire his desire to do what is right and to be a true representative, regardless the outcome.  Representative Wagoner, after only one year as a member of the House of Representatives, was selected as the Vice-Chair of the Health & Welfare Committee.  This Committee requires true dedication and a listening ear.  Health & Welfare affects every person in his District, and in the State.  Representative Wagoner does not take his role as Vice-Chair of this Committee lightly. Representative Wagoner also serves on the Local Government Committee.  With his years of government service, Representative Wagoner understands the difficulties federal and state regulations can create for a local community.  Representative Wagoner tries to rid the red tape so as to let local governments control themselves.  He has championed legislation to help protect private property owners from being overburdened by governments, as well as putting local control back in the hands of our towns and communities rather than in the hands of those working for state agencies.

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