I'm Brian Lenney, a husband, father, and Left Coast political refugee who's had a pretty diverse and interesting life.
I was born and raised in Southern California, but in 2010, I made the decision to shake things up and move to Nampa, Idaho with my family. It wasn't an easy decision, but it ended up being a really rewarding one that allowed us to start fresh and build a new life in a place that we've come to love (Nampa).
I consider myself an old-school conservative in the vein of Pat Buchanan, and I really value the principles of the America-first movement. These beliefs have shaped my worldview and guided my actions, and I'm proud to stand by them. Of course, my family is a huge priority for me. My wife and I have been homeschooling our four kids (who are now in K-12) for over a decade.
We love the freedom and flexibility that homeschooling gives us, and we feel like it's a great way to provide a high-quality education while also shaping our children's values and character.
But that's not all...
In addition to my roles as a husband, father, and now, State Senator, I'm also an entrepreneur in the direct-response marketing field. I've always had a passion for business and the idea of creating something from nothing. This has led me to start and grow a few successful companies and make a positive impact.
I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to represent Nampa in the Idaho Senate. I take this responsibility very seriously and am committed to listening to the concerns and needs of my constituents.
As a proud member of the Idaho Freedom Caucus I'm pushing hard for conservative values that align with the Idaho GOP platform. As a proud member of the Idaho Freedom Caucus, I'll gladly go to the mats for everyday Idahoans...
I've been consistent in my voting, standing up for what I believe in, even when it ruffles some feathers. I'm not here to waver or to please everyone; I'm here to uphold the principles that I think will make Idaho, and especially Nampa, a better place.
So if you've got questions, concerns, or ideas, hit me up. I'm always eager to hear what you have to say.