Neil Uhrig

Post Falls School District #273, Zone 1

The Following is Verifiable Information from “We The People”

Idaho Tribune

Democrats Vandalize Property & Intimidate Conservative Voters Leading up to November 2nd North Idaho Elections

Oct 25 Written By Samantha Collins

You won’t read about this in the CDA Press…

As North Idaho grows, with an influx of out-of-state residents, so does its population of radically progressive Democrats, bringing along with them all of the voter intimidation tactics, vandalism, and threats normally seen in places like Portland, OR or Berkeley, CA. While incidents of vandalism, threats and voter intimidation increase in towns like Post Falls & Coeur d’Alene, local publications, such as the increasingly liberal CDA Press, remain silent.

Democrats spray-painted a backwards swastika inside of the term “GOP” on E. Mullen Ave, Post Falls, Idaho. An increasing number of conservative residents have filed police reports detailing vandalism & intimidating threats aimed at conservative candidates across the county.
Democrats spray-paint a swastika over a local conservative campaign sign.Reports continue to come in over missing signs, damaged campaign materials and vandalized signs such as this one.

By night, Conservative political materials continue to be defaced by Democrats with spray-paint swastikas all across the county in an attempt to intimidate voters and dissuade turn out. By day, the self-proclaimed ‘non-partisan’ (liberal) organization known as ‘Citizens for Post Falls Schools’ takes to the streets in so-called “Knock the Vote” campaigns with familiar ‘communist style’ fist imagery on their campaign materials.

Coincidentally, just as police reports continue to flood our local departments over missing and vandalized conservative political material, mysterious hand-written notes taped to the CDA Press’ Sunday issue were left on voter’s doorsteps, insinuating they were not “fully informed” as to who they may be voting for.

We reached out to one voter who had received one of these notes, who did not want to be identified out of fear of retribution from those who placed it. “We live on [redacted] in Post Falls and woke up today to find a newspaper with a hand written note that we are not fully informed…” the voter explained, continuing on saying “We are informed and continue to be informed. Social Media is not a real place. Newspapers are biased politically.”

The voter continued, explaining that “‘neighbors’ that leave notes at your door and do not knock on your door and engage in open conversation do not have your best interests at heart.”

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While the CDA Press continues their vocal support for what many claim to be the ‘liberal’ opposition, they repeatedly disregard reporting on these voter intimidation tactics aimed at the candidates whom they repeatedly smear on their front pages.These disingenuous smear tactics may fuel these types of actions taken against conservative candidates.

With November 2nd less than two weeks away, these sort’s of democrat smear campaigns, coupled with vandalism and threats, continue to increase. All residents in Post Falls should be on alert and report anything they see to their local police departments. Be sure to contact your local conservative candidates with any information regarding these attacks and help bring the perpetrators to justice.

While North Idaho grows, the last thing we want to experience are these sorts of political intimidation tactics common to places like Portland OR or Berkeley CA — If resident’s vote accordingly, we may be able to preserve our little towns and protect them from these kinds of liberally progressive threats in the future.

Samantha Collins
Idaho is my home, a home worth protecting








The Following is the candidates own platform and information

September 9, 2021 1:07 AM

Neil Uhrig is running for Post Falls School Board Trustee Zone 1, held by Dave Paul. 

Uhrig’s top priority will be addressing growth within the district. 

“The most pressing issue the district is facing is the rapid population growth of Post Falls, which will crowd our classrooms,” he said. 

Since moving to Post Falls with his family a decade ago, Uhrig said he has seen the ripple effect of growth in the community. As a father of two children in the Post Falls School District, he hopes to lessen the impacts of growth on education. 

“As a member of the school board, I will advocate to slow down growth so we can maintain our high-quality school system,” Uhrig said. “We must have strong leaders on the school board to guide us through this growth crisis. I hope you will vote for me to be that leader.”

Uhrig is a detective sergeant for the Post Falls Police Department specializing in child abuse investigations. 

Uhrig previously spent five years working as a school resource officer at Post Falls High School, and still oversees the program. 

During his 15 years in law enforcement, Uhrig has been honored as American Legion Police Officer of the Year, a Top Digital Forensic Examiner by the U.S. Secret Service and received the Idaho SRO Excellence in Service Award. 

Outside of the office, Uhrig serves as secretary for the Rathdrum Masonic Lodge and president of the Post Falls Fraternal Order of Police. He has also volunteered as a Cub Scout leader and board member of the Kootenai County Substance Abuse Council. 

Info:, 208-777-5218.