Stewarding Idaho for Future Generations
As a 48 year resident of Idaho, grandmother, healthcare professional, community justice advocate, horsewoman and rural landowner, I will work hard to protect Idahoans’ fierce independence and staunch defense of their Constitutional freedoms, property rights, the health and safety of their families and their most precious natural resources – their water and public lands - now and for future generations. 
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Committee to Elect Shelley Brock

235 W Floating Feather Rd

Eagle, ID 83616

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October 25, 2020 - Virtual Town Hall

Shelley Brock to Host Virtual Town Hall

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Shelley Brock will be answering your questions on October 25, 2020, at her third virtual town hall. She will be taking questions ahead of time and would love to hear from you and the community. The event will be held on Zoom at 4 pm Sunday, October 25, 2020. Please join us then! The registration link is above. 

March 23, 2020 - Idaho Press Tribune

Eagle Community Activist Shelley Brock to Run for Idaho House of Representatives

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Eagle resident and community activist Shelley Brock is running for a seat in the Idaho House of Representatives as a Democrat.

Brock will be competing for District 14B, located north of Eagle. A community activist who is a common fixture at land-use debates involving growth, Brock is running on a platform based on protecting property and the environment, and against special interests." 

April 11, 2018 - Boise Weekly

Frack With Eagle at Your Own Expense

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"My first thought when I found out about the oil and gas exploration was, 'This is the richest, most powerful industry in the world and there's no stopping them. We'll have to sell our place and move'. But then it struck me that this is happening all over the country and across the planet," said Brock. "I saw my precious grandsons' faces and knew that I had to take a stand for them, so they wouldn't have to fight this same battle in the very near future."