Len Crosby wants to pick up where Frank Henderson leaves off at the Legislature. Crosby, of Post Falls, said he will seek Henderson's House seat (Seat B in District 3) in the May primary. Henderson, who is supporting Crosby, plans to retire at the end of this session. Crosby, vice president of Community 1st Bank, has been involved in banking and financial services for more than 40 years. "With Frank deciding to retire, I hope some of my qualities will help us maintain that level of service," Crosby said. "I don't seek anything from this other than service. That's my main motivation." Crosby said his focuses will include creating jobs and government transparency. "I have a good handle on financial issues, which involves the budget," he said. "I believe I have a broader base of experience than others may have"/Brian Walker, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.
Question: Straight-up race between Len Crosby and Jeff Ward for House District 3B seat in GOPrimary ... who wins?