Now, several of the people running for (Coeur d'Alene City Council) list McEuen Field as either as one of, or their top issue in the race. And many favor putting the matter to a public vote. Others favor moving ahead with the plan or say a public vote would be moot because the four other sitting council members oppose the public vote. Other issues raised by Coeur d’Alene challengers and incumbents are: oversight of the city’s urban renewal agency, preparing the city to attract business in a global economy, support for people with mental illness, and the city’s recent pay raises for employees/Alison Boggs, SR. More here.
- Seat #1: Loren “Ron” Edinger, Adam Graves, and James H. Hollingsworth
- Seat #3: Derek Aujay, Dan Gookin, Patrick “Mitch” Mitchell, George Sayler, and Annastasia Somontes
- Seat #5: Steve Adams, John Bruning, and Amber Copeland
Question: Who will the abundance of candidates help most -- incumbents? Or main challengers to the incumbents like Steve Adams and Dan Gookin?