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Clyde Boatright

Resume: Two-year incumbent, Republican … 66 … U.S. Navy veteran … Coeur d’Alene real estate agent and operator of a 200-acre Rathdrum Prairie hay farm … former executive director of the Panhandle Area Transit (now North Idaho Community Express), former road-builder for U.S. Forest Service, spent six years in Idaho Fish and Game enforcement … life member of the National Rifle Association … member of the Idaho Cattleman’s Association, Rathdrum Chamber of Commerce, Masonic Lodge, American Legion and Harrison Grange … served as vice chairman of the Senate Judiciary and Rules Committee … married with no children.

Finances: Raised $25,180, including $700 from Idaho Association of Realtors, $500 from Idaho Energy Resources Campaign, $500 from Timber PAC, $500 from Union Pacific Railroad and $500 from Micron Technology Inc.

Issues: Pro-business … tough on crime, particularly sex offenders … less government interference, more local control … state should help pay for new schools … supports school vouchers … opposed minimum wage bill … pro-choice … undecided on 1 Percent Initiative.

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