Tim Corder

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Tim Corder

Tim Corder
Member of the Idaho Senate
from the 22nd district
Personal details
Born October 8, 1949
Nampa, Idaho
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) LaVonne
Profession Owner, Trucking Company
Religion Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod

Tim Corder (born October 8, 1949 in Nampa, Idaho) has been a Republican member of the Idaho Senate since 2004. He is married to LaVonne, father to three, and grandfather to three. Corder has been a farmer for 35 years[1][2]

Early life & career[edit]

Corder attended Nampa High School and received his diploma in 1967. He is an owner of a trucking company and a farmer. He was in the United States Army during Vietnam.[3]


In 2008, Corder won re-election to District 22, receiving 73.3% (8,479 votes) of the votes against G. Rustyn Casiano, D, who received 26.7% (3,086 votes) of the votes.

In 2010, Corder won re-election, receiving 75.9% (6,009 votes) of the votes against Henry E. Hibbert, who received 24.1% (1,905 votes) of the votes.[4]


He is a member of:

  • Agricultural Affairs
  • Chairman of Local Government and Taxation
  • Transportation Committee
  • Mountain Home Highway District Committee
  • Childhood Development Task Force
  • Health Care Task Force
  • Mental Health Subcommittee.[5][6]


He is a member of:

  • Idaho Ag in the Classroom
  • Leadership Idaho Agriculture.[7]