Idaho Gov. Brad Little has appointed Megan Kiska to serve in House of Representatives District 21 Seat B.
Kiska succeeds southwest Boise resident Tom Dayley, who vacated the seat after President Donald Trump appointed him as state executive director of the USDA Farm Service Agency. Dayley, who was in his fourth two-year House term, was announced as the new state FSA leader in April.
Kiska works as inspector general and real property officer for the 124th Fighter Wing of the Idaho Air National Guard. She graduated from California State University-Hayward, now CSU-East Bay.
“Megan’s history of leadership and service with the Idaho Air National Guard makes her the ideal candidate to replace Rep. Dayley,” Little said in a May 22 news release. “I look forward to working with her in the Legislature.”
During the 2019 legislative session, Dayley served on the House Agricultural Affairs and Revenue & Taxation committees, and chaired the Judiciary, Rules & Administration Committee.