Fred S. Martin

Home Address:
3672 N. Tumbleweed Pl.
Boise, Idaho 83713

Senate Phone: 332-1407
Home phone: 327-0171
Cell phone: 447-9000

Fred S. Martin

God Bless the U.S.A.

To all the men and women in the military, now and in the past,
thank you for your service.


"I’ve known Fred Martin for many years. He is a devoted family man and is a positive leader in our community. Fred’s conservative common sense approach to government is exactly what we need in the Idaho State Senate."
- U.S. Senator Jim Risch

"Having people with the caliber of Fred Martin step up and run for office is what makes Idaho great. He is a worker that has brought common sense solutions to the Statehouse. I trust Fred to listen to his constituents and make solid decisions to help continue to make Idaho the best place to run a business and most importantly raise a family. Fred Martin is the right choice for State Senate."
- U.S. Senator Mike Crapo

Little Martin Hill
Senator Brent Hill, Senator Fred S. Martin, and Gov. Brad Little

"I have enjoyed working with Fred Martin in the Idaho State Senate. Fred has the business and personal experience to make a positive difference in Idaho. We need more lawmakers with ethical standards and principled ideals to lead this state. Fred Martin is just what we need!"
- Senator Brent Hill, President Pro Tem, Idaho State Senate

"We need Senator Martin to continue to serve the citizens of Idaho and District 15 with loyalty and integrity. Please re-elect Senator Martin to the Idaho State Senate, we need him"
- Senator Chuck Winder, Idaho State Senate Majority Leader

"I am supporting Fred S. Martin because he is the most qualified candidate running for Senate District 15 to help create a stronger economy and provide a more prosperous future for this, and the next generation. As a businessman, former teacher and most importantly, father and grandfather, Fred is energized to do what is right for Idaho. I urge you to join me in supporting Fred S. Martin for Senate."
- Congressman Mike Simpson

Bedke Martin
Senator Fred S. Martin and Speaker of the House Scott Bedke

"On behalf of the Idaho Suicide Prevention Coalition (IPSC), we fully endorse Senator Fred Martin. As Chairman of the Senate Health & Welfare Committee, he has championed suicide prevention programs including funding, outreach, and Idaho's '211' suicide prevention hotline. In these times of uncertainy, we need his leadership more then ever"
- Nate Fisher, Policy Advsor, ISPC

"Fred Martin has the experience and knowlede to lead District 15. As a Senator and Committee Chairman he has distinguished himself in the passage of critical legislation which has resulted in positive outcomes for not only his constituents in District 15 but throughout the state of Idaho"
- Patrick McDonald, former Idaho House member

"Senator Martin cares about the people of Idaho. Several years ago I came to him with a challenge in the way a law was written. As my Senator, he worked hard to help me. I appreciated his concern and his knowledge; Fred worked for me! Every election cycle, I get a visit from Senator Martin. He knocks the doors of his constituents to ask them what they care about and reminds them to vote. I love having a Senator that cares about people enough to be out walking and talking among us"
- Codi Galloway, District 15 Candidate, Idaho House of Representatives Seat B

"Fred Martin has been a personal friend for many years. If you want something done in Idaho or in the Idaho Senate, you go to Fred. He gets things done. "
- Rod Beck, Candidate Ada County Commissioner (former Majority Leader, Idaho State Senate)

"Fred Martin is a stubborn and faithful champion for preborn babies in the Idaho Legislature. He was the Senate sponsor of landmark legislation; this new law will help save women and babies lies"
- David Ripley, Idaho Chooses Life

"Now more then ever, we need Senator Fred Martin. In this time of uncertainty we need someone that has worked hard for healthcare in Idaho. Someone that is dedicated to promoting health and preventing serious illness for all Idahoans."
- Karen Sherphack, Idaho Immunization Coalition

"I am pleased to inform you that the Idaho Educations Association (IEA) Political Action Committee for Education (IEA-PACE) has recommended your candidacy for State Senator District 15 for the general election (November 6, 2018). IEA is eager to assist your campaign. We will inform every member of the PACE recommendation, and we will encourage every member to support your candidacy."
- Kari Overall, Idaho Education Association President

Office Holder Endorsements

U. S. Senator Mike Crapo
U. S. Senator James Risch
Congressman Mike Simpson
Governor C. L. "Butch" Otter
Governor Brad Little
Secretary of State Ben Ysursa
State Controller Brandon Wolfe
Attorney General Lawrence Wasden
Senate President Pro Tempore Brent Hill
Senate Republican Majority Leader Bart Davis
Asst. Republican Majority Leader Chuck Winder
Speaker of the House Scott Bedke
Members Idaho State Senate
Senator Jeff Agenbroad
Senator Kelly Anthon
Seantor Van Burtenshaw
Senator Carl Crabtree
Senator Steve Bair
Senator Bert Brackett
Senator Bart Davis
Senator Dean Cameron
Senator John Goedde
Senator Jim Guthrie
Senator Marv Hagedorn
Seantor Mark Harris
Senator Lee Heider
Senator Dan Johnson
Senator Shawn Keough
Senator Abby Lee
Senator Dave Lent
Senator Bob Nonini
Senator Brent Hill
Senator Todd Lakey
Senator Patti Anne Lodge
Senator Dean Mortimer
Senator Curt McKenzie
Senator Jim Patrick
Senator Jim Rice
Senator Jeff Siddoway
Senator John Tippets
Senator Chuck Winder

Save America's Free Enterprise
Idaho Victory Funds
Freedom Fund
Idaho Hospital Association
ABC Home Health
Trinity Home Care
Idaho Cable Broadband Association
Northwest Grocery Association PAC
Professional Fire Fighters of Idaho
Food Producers of Idaho
Idaho Conservative Growth Fund
Idaho Loggers
Idaho Potato Industry
Idaho Medical Association
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation
Idaho Sugarbeet Growers PAC
Idaho Chooses Life
Idaho Optometric Physicians
Idaho Dental Political Action Committee
American Council of Engineering Companies of Idaho
UHFG Insurance Political Action Committee
Idaho Dental Political Action Committee
American Council of Engineering Companies of Idaho
Food Producers of Idaho
Idaho Conservative Growth Fund
Ada Republican Women's Club
Idaho Forest Group
Idaho Power
Building Contractores Association of SW Idaho
Idaho Medical Association
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation
Idaho Association of Realtors
National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)
National and State Business Endorsement

"Working as an educator for over twenty years, I am aware of the need Idaho has for leaders who represent the needs of public education. Fred Martin is one who has had personal classroom experience. In addition to Fred’s genuine concern for children, his training and experience in education give him the insight needed to find common sense solutions."
- Janeal Carney, Teacher Meridian School District

"I am pleased to support Fred S. Martin for State Senate District 15. I have been associated with Fred for many years and feel that he is well qualified to provide solutions to many important issues. We need a candidate with his background to meet the needs of our State especially in business, education, and health care issues. He is someone who will promote business growth through lower taxes. He understands that the future of Idaho lies in promoting strong education. His strong commitment to family values and pro-life policies are important to our way of life. Fred has a long history in community activities including the Boy Scouts of America, United Way, youth sports and activities."
- Dan L. Wycherly

"We are pleased to learn of your State Senate bid. We know you are a hardworking, honest man who will do your best to help the people you represent. You have always been an example of patriotism and service. We wish you the best of luck in your endeavor."
- Rob and Jenny Hagerman

Additional Resources

Map of District 15 (PDF)
Party Affiliation Form
Absentee Ballot
Idaho Votes - Official Voting Information
District 15 Precincts Maps
Idaho State Senate