"As a Boise native, I've seen our city experience a lot of changes. We need strong leadership on the City Council to ensure Boise's future is as bright as the past." 



Logan Kimball is a 3rd generation Idahoan and a lifelong resident of Boise. His passion for his community, and for others, have shaped him into an involved and civically engaged citizen.

Logan graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Business Administration. He was one of ten recipients of the Idaho Governor’s Cup, a prestigious scholarship awarded to Idaho students who are extremely involved in bettering their communities. He was also the recipient of the Presidential Civic Leadership Scholarship and a member of the Boise State Honors College.

Outside of the classroom, Logan had the privilege of being Boise State’s official mascot, “Buster Bronco.” His enthusiasm and school pride helped the program become nationally recognized. He was involved in student government and served as a resident advisor on campus. One of the highlights of his college career was interning at World Relief, a refugee resettlement agency in Boise.

After graduation, Logan spent 5 years working in the financial industry. While representing numerous institutions, Logan advocated for fiscal responsibility. He helped clients manage assets, consolidate debts, solidify financial plans and investments, and balance budgets. He currently works for a digital publishing and advertising agency in the Treasure Valley.

In his free time, Logan has made it a priority to give back to his community. He has participated in numerous community events, including Rake Up Boise, Race for the Cure, Paint the Town, and various events for the Idaho Food Bank. Currently, he splits his time volunteering at a local retirement home and teaching English to a refugee family.

Logan is married to the love of his life and is a proud step-father to an eight-year-old. He and his family can be found riding their bikes on the greenbelt, climbing Camel’s Back hill, or swimming with their dog, Buddy, at a local park.


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