Thomas E. Dayley (born February 15, 1944, in Burley, Idaho) was a Republican Idaho State Representative from 2012 to 2019 representing District 21 in the B seat. Dayley served as Idaho State Executive Director of USDA Farm Service Agency under Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump. Dayley was appointed by Speaker Scott Bedke to Idaho's Independent Redistricting Commission, after Bedke's first choice (John Simpson) was deemed ineligible due to lobbying rules.
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