David Fry

Here are the Election Results

KCRCC Precinct #516, Vote May 21st 2024

Do our actions reflect our belief in faith, freedom, and foundational values?

What I stand for:

  • God

  • Country

  • Christian Values

  • Family Values

  • Freedom

  • The US Constitution

  • Bill of Rights

  • MAGA

  • Pro Life

  • Closed Borders

  • I want Boys to Be Boys and Girls To Be Girls.


“I am dedicated to upholding and representing the true Republican values of Precinct 516. My mission is to protect our cherished principles, nurture our families, and safeguard our freedoms. Together, let’s preserve our community’s legacy and build a stronger future.”

Vision, Issues, & Values

My vision is deeply anchored in the belief that the strength of our nation is rooted in our faith in God, the valor of the individual, and the foundational role of family. I see a local community where the dignity, freedom, ability, and responsibility of each person are not merely acknowledged but fervently celebrated. I envision a future where our actions are a true reflection of these beliefs, with churches vibrant as centers of hope and businesses thriving without the constraints of being deemed ‘essential’ or ‘non-essential.’ My dream extends to a society that fully embodies American Exceptionalism, one that holds dear our unique heritage shaped by the profound values of Western Civilization. Particularly in Idaho, I see a place where these principles are not just theoretical ideals but the very fabric of our daily lives, guiding our decisions and interactions within the community. This vision for Idaho emphasizes a steadfast commitment to preserving our distinct cultural identity, advocating for a return to foundational values, and ensuring that our local actions mirror the grand ideals we stand for.

Upholding individual dignity, freedom, and responsibility is essential for a respectful and vibrant society. It ensures every person is valued, free to pursue their aspirations, and accountable for their actions, fostering a community where everyone can thrive.

Promoting free enterprise, fiscal responsibility, and minimal government interference champions an environment where businesses can innovate and grow, economies thrive, and individuals enjoy greater freedom. This approach encourages entrepreneurs to take risks, supports the wise use of resources, and limits the role of government to create a more dynamic and prosperous society. It underscores the belief in the power of the market to allocate resources efficiently, the importance of balanced budgets, and the value of personal and economic freedom.

Emphasizing government as a servant, not a master, alongside the importance of state sovereignty, is pivotal for maintaining a balance of power that respects the rights and liberties of individuals. This perspective ensures that government actions are always in the service of its citizens, prioritizing their well-being and freedoms above all. It also highlights the significance of state sovereignty in preserving the unique identities and rights of states within a federal system, allowing for more tailored and responsive governance. Such an approach fosters a more accountable, decentralized, and people-centric government.

Idaho Republican Party Platform


We believe the strength of our nation lies with our faith and reliance on God our Creator, the individual, and the family; and that each person’s dignity, freedom, ability and responsibility must be honored. We believe we are inheritors of a distinct Western Civilization and that our traditional culture safeguards our identity as a free people.

We believe in American Exceptionalism.

We believe the United States of America is unlike any other country on earth.

We believe the United States Constitution is the greatest and most inspired document to govern a nation, and the republican form of government it gives us, (U.S. Const. Art. IV §4), is the best guarantor of freedom in history.

We believe in equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, sex, age or disability.

We believe human life begins at conception and is protected by the unalienable rights endowed by our Creator along with the fundamental right to life and shall not be infringed upon.

We believe free enterprise and encouraging individual initiative have brought this Nation opportunity, economic growth and prosperity.

We believe government must practice fiscal responsibility, and that taxpayers shall allow the government only the money necessary to provide appropriate functions.

We believe that our Founding Fathers gave us a government that is a servant of the people, not our master. The proper role of government is to provide for the people only those critical functions, which individuals or private organizations cannot perform.

We believe the most effective, responsible, responsive government is government closest to the people, and the sovereignty of the state must be protected. That government is best that governs least. We believe Idahoans must protect the principles and values that have made us strong.

We believe Idahoans value and should preserve our national strength and pride while working to promote peace, freedom and human rights throughout the world.

We believe the protection of individual rights is upheld when personal responsibility for behavior is exercised.

We believe the Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government.

David Fry’s Response to Libary Board on Feb 16th, 2023. Go to 1:115:55

The Leadership Our Precinct Needs Right Now

About David

David Fry is a steadfast Conservative Christian, a dedicated father of three boys, and a happily married man, deeply entrenched in the values that he cherishes. Raised in the dynamic environment of Seattle, David’s life took a pivotal shift amidst the challenges posed by the virus that shall not be named… (COVID-19). Seeking a safe haven for his family and a nurturing environment for his boys to embrace the joys of childhood—riding bikes and forming close-knit community bonds—he moved to the tranquil setting of Post Falls, Kootenai County. It’s here that David aims to root his family in traditional values, ensuring a community where neighbors know and look out for each other. A staunch advocate for the Constitution of the United States, David passionately believes in the importance of returning to its guiding principles. He views the Constitution not just as a document of laws but as a beacon of wisdom for governing, securing personal freedoms, and upholding the integrity of the community. Professionally, David brings versatility and creativity to the table as a software developer, editor, producer, and successful entrepreneur. His commitment to storytelling and innovation has been honored with three Emmy awards, highlighting his significant contributions to the industry and his ability to captivate and engage audiences. David is more than just his professional accolades; he is a pillar in his community, striving to maintain the traditional values of Post Falls, Kootenai County. In an ever-evolving world, David stands firm in his beliefs, advocating for a lifestyle that values faith, family, and freedom. Through his endeavors, David Fry not only lives by his principles but also serves as an inspiring example for his children and the wider community.

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