Jerry Sturgill heads Idaho’s Democratic Ticket
Heading the list of Idaho candidates is Boise businessman and lawyer, Jerry Sturgill. Jerry has had a long career helping firms, large and small, organize and procure financing. As co-founder of Outlook Capital, a financial advisory firm, he has served as CEO of a regional armored transit and ATM servicing company and as chairman of a food manufacturing company.From Jerry’s website:
It will take a pragmatic, collaborative approach to management of our public lands – an approach that balances conservation and protection with responsible use by farmers, ranchers, loggers, and miners whose uses will promote our local and state economies.
Carol is moving to Washington. District 9 could name a replacement if someone stepped forward. .District 10: Ydalia Yado (website)
Ydalia, a young mother and educator with the Caldwell School District, is determined to change the face of Idaho politics. She grew up in Caldwell’s Farmway Village and went on to specialize in Diversity, Citizenship, and Social Justice at Seattle University. A chicana, Ydalia’s goal is “to transform Idaho by sponsoring policies that protect Idaho’s elders, veterans, children, small-businesses, farmers, hard working families, and members of the LGBT community.”District 11: Pat Day Hartwell (website)
Since earning a degree in Law and Justice from Central Washington State College, Ellensburg, Pat has worked to assist victims of violent crimes. She has helped start rape crisis clinics, organize the forerunner of the Idaho Coalition against Domestic and Sexual Violence, and gain legislative approval for a constitutional amendment assuring victims’ rights in Idaho. She and her husband own the Lazy PJ Ranch in Huston and where she teaches wool spinning, dyeing, and weaving at the Ranch Shop.District 12: Chelle Gluch (FB page)
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