M 2012 Idaho General Election

Cheryl Stransky

A candidate for State Representative, Pos. A, Idaho Legislative District 2 in the 2012 Idaho General Election

Party: Democrat

City: Dalton Gardens, Idaho

Occupation: retired school counselor

On this race: “I sense that people are ready for a reasoned representative.” Wants to focus on education quality and tax fairness. Opposes “Students Come First” school reform laws; supports expansion of Medicaid. “State mandates that single out women with respect to their medical procedures and decisions are an unacceptable intrusion into the lives of private citizens.”

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Vito Barbieri Republican

Last updated: Nov. 7, 5:30 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Vito Barbieri (R) 14,132 65.74%
Cheryl Stransky (D) 7,364 34.26%
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