30 Facts About Paulette Jordan

1. Paulette Jordan says he "could have done more" to advocate on expanding Medicaid.

2. Paulette Jordan prepares to saddle up at her uncle's ranch in Worley, Idaho.

3. Paulette Jordan explains her votes, including several where she was the only dissenting vote in the entire House, as acts of true leadership.

4. Paulette Jordan remembers being unfazed: She'd been called far worse by white kids on the reservation before.

5. Paulette Jordan graduated from Gonzaga Prep in 1998 with academic honors and a basketball scholarship to the University of Washington on the table.

6. Paulette Jordan speaks during a Women's March rally Sunday, Jan 21, 2018, in Las Vegas.

7. Paulette Jordan wants to make sure you know that she sees you.

8. Paulette Jordan is a member of the Tribe and formerly served on the Tribal Council.

9. Paulette Jordan lives up to this truth in a big way.

10. Paulette Jordan is among seven Native American candidates vying for statewide political offices.

11. Paulette Jordan has served two terms as an Idaho state representative for District 5 seat A She served as a member of the Couer d'Alene tribe's council from 2009 to 2012.

12. Paulette Jordan said her sons, ages nine and 14, helped her stay grounded.

13. Paulette Jordan is part of a blue wave of candidates pushing to change the face of US politics, with record-breaking numbers of women and history-making women of color and Native Americans on the ballot.

14. Paulette Jordan stopped short of saying Balukoff is trying to buy the election, but lamented the effect money is having on Idaho's democratic process.

15. Paulette Jordan was raised Catholic and grew up in a rural community.

16. Paulette Jordan was defeated by Cindy Agidius in the general election on November 6, 2012.

17. Paulette Jordan is a former Democratic member of the Idaho House of Representatives, representing District 5A from 2014 to 2018.

18. Paulette Jordan lost the general election on November 6, 2018, after advancing from the primary on May 15, 2018.

19. Paulette Jordan is an American politician, a Democratic Party member of the Idaho House of Representatives, representing District 5 Seat A She previously served on the Coeur d'Alene Tribal Council, its sovereign government.

20. Paulette Jordan says legalizing hemp and medical cannabis will be benefit the entire state.

21. Paulette Jordan believes heath care is a right and not a privilege.

22. Paulette Jordan was the Democratic nominee for Governor of Idaho in the 2018 election, her main opponent in the general election being incumbent Lieutenant Governor of Idaho, Brad Little.

23. Paulette Jordan is a Native American politician who served in the Idaho House of Representatives as a member of the Idaho Democratic Party from December 1, 2014 until February 14, 2018.

24. Paulette Jordan is currently running as the Democratic candidate for Governor of Idaho.

25. Paulette Jordan has worked to attract religious voters to her camp.

26. Paulette Jordan describes herself as "very progressive," supporting Medicaid expansion and clean energy.

27. Paulette Jordan was born into a ranching and farming family in northern Idaho.

28. Paulette Jordan is an American politician who had served in the Idaho House of Representatives as a member of the Idaho Democratic Party from December 1, 2014 until February 14, 2018.

29. Paulette Jordan launched her first TV ad of the fall campaign for governor on Tuesday, just a week before Idaho voters head to the polls.

30. Paulette Jordan was not going to let her opponent have the last word.