This link will help you with information about registration, voting locations, etc.
I completed all Candidate Surveys so that the voters will know where I stand on issues. You will see that my opponent refused to complete the surveys.
Idaho Education News: http://www.idahoednews.org/news/primary-candidates-answer-our-education-questions/
Idaho Republican Party: http://idgop.org/2014-platform-survey/
Northwest Property Owners Association: http://www.nwpoa.org/candidateratings.html
Idaho Voters Guide: http://www.idahovoterguide.org/district-3/
Idaho Coalition of Home Educators: http://www.iche-idaho.org/candidatestatements_2014.html?dist=3
I support more STEM Education – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. In 2023, there will be 2.6 million new jobs created in this country requiring a STEM Education background.
The following is excerpted from the Republican Liberty Caucus of Idaho website.
April 25, 2014 Republican Liberty Caucus of Idaho (RLCID) Releases First Round of 2014 Endorsements
RLCID-PAC, the candidate endorsement arm of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Idaho, today announced their first round of endorsements for the 2014 campaign cycle after the board of directors exhaustively spent over two weeks reviewing comprehensive candidate questionnaires, incumbent voting records, and recorded interviews and forums. Under consideration were candidates for statewide constitutional offices and state legislative seats.
RLCID-PAC is excited to be supporting such a strong group of pro-liberty, pro-business, limited-government candidates in the 2014 election cycle. These candidates worked very hard to earn the RLCID-PAC endorsement and we look forward to supporting and working with these candidates in the coming weeks. We thank all of the candidates who submitted a candidate questionnaire for consideration of endorsement.
As a final step in securing the RLCID-PAC endorsement, each candidate was required to sign the RLC Liberty Compact.
The Liberty Compact
I pledge to the citizens of this state, and to the American people, that as their elected representative I will work to restore liberty, not restrict it; shrink government, not expand it; reduce taxes, not raise them; abolish programs, not create them; promote the freedom and independence of citizens, not the interference of government in their lives; and observe the limited, enumerated powers of our Constitution, not ignore them.
For more information please contact Karen Calisterio, RLCID/RLCID-PAC Chairman - email@example.com
2014 RLCID Endorsed Candidates (Round One)
|Lt Governor:||Jim Chmelik|
|Attorney General:||Chris Troupis|
|Secretary of State:||Lawerence Denney|
|Superintendent of Public Instruction:||John Eynon|
|District 1 – Senate||Danielle Ahrens|
|District 1 – Representative A||Heather Scott|
|District 1 – Representative B||Sage Dixon|
|District 2 – Representative A||Vito Barbieri|
|District 3 – Senate||Bob Nonini|
|District 3 – Representative A||Ron Mendive|
|District 4 – Representative A||Toby Schindelbeck|
|District 4 – Representative B||Kathleen Sims|
|District 5 – Senate||John Carlson|
|District 7 – Senate||Sheryl Nuxoll|
|District 7 – Representative A||Shannon McMillan|
|District 8 – Representative B||Lenore Barrett|
|District 9 – Senate||Monty Pearce|
|District 9 – Representative A||Howard Rynearson|
|District 9 – Representative B||Judy Boyle|
|District 12 – Senate||Lee Rice|
|District 12 – Representative A||Roger Hunt|
|District 12 – Representative B||Robert Muse|
|District 15 – Senate||Diego Rodriguez|
|District 15 – Representative B||Jason Robinson|
|District 16 – Senate||Joel Robinson|
|District 16 – Representative A||Rosann Wiltse|
|District 18 – Senate||Edward Dindinger|
|District 19 – Senate||Tony Snesko|
|District 21 – Senate||Cliff Bayer|
|District 21 – Representative A||Steven Harris|
|District 22 – Representative B||Pete Nielsen|
|District 28 – Representative B||Lance Earl|
|District 34 – Senate||Scott O. Smith|
|District 34 – Representative A||Ron Nate|
COEUR d’ALENE – The Northwest Property Owners Association has evaluated candidates for the upcoming May 20 primary elections, and released the results on Thursday.
According to a press release, candidate evaluations were done using the criteria set forth in the NWPOA Mission Statement. The NWPOA Board and Election Committee collectively spent hundreds of hours researching and examining candidates.
Some candidates participated by completing a one-hour NWPOA candidate survey and submitting a one-page bio and resume to aid the rating effort. In addition, it reviewed candidate websites, news articles, member input, candidate interviews, public forums, and voting records, all of which were taken into account, the release stated.
“NWPOA was formed in an effort to combat the trampling of our property and privacy rights by elected officials,” the release said. “From our inception, we understood that it was critical for NWPOA to involve itself in the election process.”
NWPOA said it quizzed each candidate on a list of its top concerns, and results are ratings for each (they are not endorsements).
The NWPOA Board of Directors includes Jennifer Locke, Gary Mitchell, Carla Woempner, Jeff Tyler, and Kristi Cochrane.
The top-rated candidate in each of the races is listed below:
- Commissioner District 1 – Marc Eberlein
- Commissioner District 2 – David Stewart
Legislative District 2
- State Senate District 2 – Steve Vick
- State Representative District 2a – Vito Barbieri
- State Representative District 2b – Eric Redman
Legislative District 3
- State Senate District 3 – Bob Nonini
- State Representative District 3a – Ron Mendive
- State Representative District 3b – Don Cheatham
Legislative District 4
- State Senate District 4 – Mary Souza
- State Representative District 4a – Toby Schindelbeck
- State Representative District 4b – Kathleen Sims