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Woody McEvers

A candidate for Council Seat No. 4, City of Coeur d'Alene in the 2013 Nov. 5 Idaho General Election

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City: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho


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Woody McEvers, 65, the co-owner Rustler Roost Restaurant, is completing his 12th year on the City Council. He also has served as a Kootenai County EMS commissioner for nine years and was a city planning commissioners for seven years. He said his philosophy as a council member if to be respectful and positive and to listen and learn. McEvers also said if re-elected he would "continue the positive direction the city has been moving for the last 12 years."

Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Woody McEvers () 4,354 52.80 %
Sharon Hebert () 3,238 39.30 %
Amber Copeland () 656 7.95 %

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