Dan McDonald – Candidate For County Commissioner

On today’s podcast, Monica and I interview Dan McDonald who is running for local office in Bonner County, Idaho. To be specific he is running for the County Commissioner seat in district 3. Why is this podcast important for you even if you don’t reside in Bonner County? Because local politics are crucial in our present uncertain times. The local level is much more important, in our estimation, than the national (clown show) stage. Get involved in your area, you can make an impact!

It’s vital we elect men and women who are Liberty minded so it was a pleasure to sit down with Dan McDonald and talk about local issues.

If the name Dan McDonald sounds familiar, it might be that you’ve heard him on his weekly radio show, Face to Face, with co-host Bob Wynhausen, Fridays at noon on Blue Sky Broadcasting. Cohosting as the conservative voice of the show has provided Dan the opportunity to hear and discuss the concerns, needs and frustrations of Bonner County residents.

Dan is a roofing consultant. He feels this experience is a valuable tool for what he can accomplish at the county level. Knowing what to watch for in projects the county is funding is key to keeping them on track and within budget. With his extensive business background and experience in both managing budgets and personnel, this is not difficult for him.

Between his generous help with local charities, and his interest in local government, McDonald has been a visible figure at various local events for some time. Always active in paying attention to government at all levels, he expects the citizens to let him know what is on their minds. Staying informed on multiple issues, he breaks down some of the hot topics for us.

Verse of the day: In God, whose word I praise, in God I trust; I shall not be afraid. What can flesh do to me? (‭Psalm‬ ‭56‬:‭4‬ ESV)

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