Roy Lacey

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Roy Lacey
Member of the Idaho Senate
from District 29
In office
December 1, 2012 – December 1, 2016
Preceded by Diane Bilyeu
Member of the Idaho House of Representatives
from District 30 Seat A
In office
December 1, 2010 – December 1, 2012
Preceded by Donna Boe
Succeeded by Jeff Thompson
Personal details
Born (1947-11-05) November 5, 1947 (age 69)
Pocatello, Idaho
Nationality American
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Renee
Children 4
Residence Pocatello, Idaho
Alma mater Idaho State University

Roy Lacey (born November 5, 1947 in Pocatello, Idaho) was a Democratic Idaho Senator from 2012-2016 for District 30, he was also a Idaho State Representative from 2010-2012 representing District 30 in the A seat.


Lacey attended Idaho State University and was a senior manager with Union Pacific Railroad.


In March 2016 Lacey announced he will not be seeking reelection and said “It will be great to just be ‘Roy’ again." He then served as campaign manager for Rep. Mark Nye who succeeded him for his seat.[1]

  • 2014

Roy Lacey ran unopposed in the Democratic primary.[2]

In the general election on November 4, 2014, Roy received 6,193 votes (55.44%) against Kert Howard.[3]

Roy's campaign ran on job creation in Pocatello, his work on the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee, and his ability to work with both parties to "get the job done".

  • 2012

Redistricted to District 29, Lacey chose to run for its open senate seat. Lacey was unopposed in the May 15, 2012, Democratic primary.[4]

Lacey faced Greg Romriell in the general election and won with 53.8% of the vote.[5]

  • 2010

When longtime Democratic Representative Donna Boe retired, Lacey ran unopposed for the May 25, 2010, Democratic primary and won with 1,404 votes;[6]

Lacey won the November 2, 2010, general election with 5,315 votes (58.2%) against Brian P. Nugent .[7]


  1. ^ Staff, By Journal. "Roy Lacey to retire, Mark Nye seeks Idaho Senate seat". Idaho State Journal. Retrieved 2017-04-09. 
  2. ^ "Legislative Totals". Retrieved 2017-04-09. 
  3. ^ "Legislative Totals". Retrieved 2017-04-09. 
  4. ^ "2012 Primary Results legislative". Retrieved 2017-04-09. 
  5. ^ "2012 General Results Legislative". Retrieved 2017-04-09. 
  6. ^ Ysursa, Ben. "May 25, 2010 Primary Election Results". Boise, Idaho: Secretary of State of Idaho. Retrieved July 4, 2012. 
  7. ^ Ysursa, Ben. "November 2, 2010 General Election Results". Boise, Idaho: Secretary of State of Idaho. Retrieved July 4, 2012. 

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