Vote Julie Ellsworth for Idaho State Treasurer on May 15th
Julie Ellsworth for Idaho State Treasurer
Served 12 years as a Representative. Elected to House Leadership team. Served as vice-chair of legislative oversight committee of the State Treasurer's office.
►Fiscal Conservative Protecting Taxpayers
Supported balanced budget and tax cut legislation every year of service. Received an “A” rating with Idaho Businesses. Increased Idaho investment fund returns by supporting constitutional re-write of fund management provisions in the State Treasurers office.
►Transparency in Government
Sponsored and fought for audits of state funds and successfully added oversight requirements for investment funds that fall under the State Treasurer’s supervision.
►“A” rated by the Idaho Farm Bureau
Julie received “Friends of Ag” award as a legislator. She and her husband manage the Ellsworth family farm & ranch in Carey, Idaho. They understand that water and land-use issues are critical in Idaho.
Endorsed with an “A” rating by Idaho Chooses Life.
►2nd Amendment Defender
“A” rating with the NRA as a legislator.
Julie Ellsworth grew up in Idaho and has a Three Generation Perspective on issues that impact individuals and families of our state. She has worked to promote a pro-family environment in Idaho. She and her husband have raised their three children in the Treasure Valley. They have always appreciated the Idaho-grown values, skills, and talents their children developed which have helped them to thrive in life. They now thoroughly enjoy watching their grandchild grow up in our state's family friendly environment. Julie was privileged to care for her elderly mother in her home and is keenly aware of the issues facing Idaho's senior citizens.
Julie served for twelve years in the Idaho House of Representatives where she was known as a Proven Conservative Leader. Her committee work included oversight of the Office of the Idaho State Treasurer - which included its policies and rule making. She was involved in the passage of several pieces of legislation that brought Constitutional improvements to the Office of the Idaho State Treasurer and resulted in a significant benefit to the state’s asset management program. She wants to be Idaho’s next State Treasurer and apply this knowledge for the betterment of the Idaho taxpayers.
In addition to Julie's twelve years of service in the Idaho legislature, she is also a Civil Mediator/Facilitator and Business Consultant/Communications Specialist. She has been a Foundation Grant Evaluator and Judge. She was instrumental in the development of the Canyon County Community Clinic and has been a teacher in Idaho’s public schools.
Currently she and her husband manage the Ellsworth Family farm and ranch located in Carey, Idaho.