Over the course of Marv’s 20 years of service in the US Navy he was bestowed the following awards: 1 Meritorious Service Award 3 Navy Commendation Medals 3 Navy Achievement Medals 3 Good Conduct Medals 2 National Defense Service Medals 1 Humanitarian Service Medal 2 Navy & Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon 1 Expert Rifleman
“I made a commitment to run an honest and open campaign to myself, my opponents, and all of Idaho. Along the campaign trail I’ve had countless veterans ask me if I truly was the only veteran running for Lt. Governor, mentioning the “service” repeatedly referenced by one of my opponents. Idaho has an important decision
Learn more about Lt. Governor Candidate Marv Hagedorn’s policy positions though this candid interview with Redoubt News.
Marv Hagedorn, 20 year Navy Veteran, Idaho State Senator, Founder of the Wyakin Warrior Foundation (Wounded Veterans Nonprofit) and candidate for Idaho’s Lt. Governor reads Idaho State Proclamation recognizing April as Veterans Suicide Awareness Month.
Idaho State Senator and Lt. Governor candidate Marv Hagedorn is furious over the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision to breach the Snake River. 130,000 ratepayers in the State of Idaho including businesses served by Port of Lewiston will suffer the most from the decision, but the impact will be felt throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Name: Michael Tomlin, PhD Age: 67 Professsion: College Professor of Business & Education, Published Author, Retired U.S. Army Veteran Relatioinship to Marv: Personal Friend Years Known: 20 Years
Acknowledging a secondary focus on fundraising while the legislature is still in session, state senator Marv Hagedorn submitted his 2017 financial report, showing $9,900.00 personally loaned to the campaign, and $25,500.00 actively raised. In the interim, the Hagedorn campaign focused on statewide team and relationship building, developing strategies to increase campaign awareness, and planning fundraising