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Brian Orr

Resume: Democrat, 36, mayor of Oldtown since 1989 … production woodworker for Priest River company … member of county solid waste committee … lifelong county resident. Finances: Orr has raised …


Patty Douglas

Resume: Independent, 58, unemployed … formerly did legal secretarial work and bookkeeping … high school graduate, attended some college classes … county resident since 1981 … not married. Finances: No …


Larry Allen

Resume: Republican, 43, independent contractor … 17-year county resident … attended two years of college … NRA member … married with three children. Finances: Allen has raised $3,267 with a …


Clinton Policies On Indonesia Under Scrutiny Hefty Donations May Have Influenced Trade

Over the last four years, the Clinton administration has taken specific steps to provide trade and political benefits to Indonesian President Suharto and his government, in some cases rejecting recommendations …


Chenoweth Raises $275,000 For Campaign She Earmarks $70,000 For TV Ads; Williams Spends $115,000 On Them

Embattled Republican Rep. Helen Chenoweth raised over $275,000 for her re-election campaign during the summer, including $1,850 from three of the dozen special interest groups invited to ethically questionable sessions …


Sam F. Cozza

Sam F. Cozza


Royce Moe

Royce Moe


“Chasing The Dream” Amway Gives Republicans A Soapbox Meetings Push Partisan Agenda; Group Donates Millions To Gop

Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George Bush are among the dignitaries who have spoken at national Amway conventions. Don’t expect Bill Clinton, or any other Democrat, to join the list.


Minnick A Populist Millionaire Ex-Nixon Aide, Ceo Comfortable On Top, Bottom Floors Of Factory

Minnick


Larry Kenck

Larry Kenck


Marc Mcgregor

Marc McGregor


Wayne Meyer

FOR THE RECORD: 10/15/96 In Saturday’s Handle section an incorrect photo was placed with the biographical information of Idaho Rep. Wayne Meyer. Wayne Meyer


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 …


Ron Rankin

Resume: Republican, 67 … president, Kootenai County Property Owners Association … author, One Percent Initiative … former logger … Marine Corps combat veteran, Korea … Married, five children, numerous grandchildren …


Chuck Sheroke

Resume: Democrat, 47 … attorney, specializing in environment, housing issues … former Legal Aid attorney … graduate, University of Baltimore Law School … graduate, University of Pittsburgh … married, one …


Group Accuses Clinton, Dole Of Illegal Spending

A reform group accused the Clinton and Dole campaigns Wednesday of illegal spending and asked Attorney General Janet Reno to order an independent-counsel investigation. Common Cause said Clinton and Dole …


Primary Winner Faces Demo Foe He Just Beat Waters, Mounting Write-In Campaign Against Vergobbi, Cites ‘Tight’ Defeat

Gary Waters isn’t one to give up easily. At odds with his fellow commissioners and the local Democratic Party, Waters is trying to win a write-in campaign against Shoshone County …


Candidates Say They’ll Be Voice For North Idaho Rivals For House District 1 Agree Region Ignored By Southern Idaho Politicians

Rush Balison has taught government for 30 years. For at least that long John Campbell has given folks fishing tips. But what interests both Bonner County men right now is …


Tim Tucker

Resume: Incumbent Democrat, age 51 … served 14 years as state legislator … sat on agriculture, education and local government taxation committees … Porthill farmer … BA in anthropology and …


Shawn Keough

Resume: Republican, age 36 … timber information specialist for the Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce … attended North Idaho College and Lewis-Clark State College … member of Sen. Larry Craig’s regional …


Term Limits Group Racks Up Spending Tab

The group promoting an initiative to pressure Congress into accepting term limits has spent nearly $150,000 on the campaign. A campaign finance report filed with the secretary of state’s office …


Campaign Trail

Dole fund-raiser illegal LAS VEGAS Last summer Bob Dole traveled to this neon oasis for one of the most successful fund-raising ventures of the presidential primary season. Over lunch at …


Ncr Faces Tough Road Without At&T;

AT&T;’s difficulty in stemming huge losses at NCR Corp. underscores the challenges the specialized computer company will face when it goes solo again early next year. NCR has sucked nearly …


Corporate Giants Pay For Debates Coziness Between Canditates And Corporations Is Perot Beef

While President Clinton and Bob Dole share the limelight of the debates, Philip Morris, Sprint, and other corporate giants will be offstage - paying the bills. The Commission on Presidential …


Craig, Minnick TV Ads Both Untruthful Campaign Funding, Nuclear Waste Issues Become Basis For Distortions

New TV ads for Sen. Larry Craig and challenger Walt Minnick suggest the Senate race is getting too hot for cold, hard facts. Craig’s ad, which began airing statewide Wednesday, …


Williams Defends $2,000 Union Check Chenoweth Challenger Labels Gop’s Hint Of Organized-Crime Link A ‘Smear’

Democratic congressional challenger Dan Williams called an attempt by the Idaho Republican Party to link his campaign to organized crime “a McCarthyite smear of the working people in Idaho.” Idaho …


Gombosky Wins Over Appointed Sparks Newcomer Faces Even Younger Opponent - Whitehall, 24, For 3rd District House Seat

Sixth District House candidate Judy Personett chats with family members Tuesday night while waiting for election returns. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review


Democrats Give Locke Nomination Craswell And Foreman In Dead Heat For Gop Spot

Democrat Gary Locke held a comfortable lead in the race for his party’s nomination for governor Tuesday night, while Republicans Dale Foreman and Ellen Craswell were locked in a contest …


Money Tight In Strapped 3rd District Candidates Dig Into Their Own Pockets For Skimpy Campaigns

Statehouse candidates are snatching every loose campaign dollar in the low-budget 3rd District, and even raiding their own savings and retirement kitties in the quest to win Tuesday’s primary. Some …


Craswell’s Budget Promises Come With Few Specifics

Craswell