Physicians group endorses candidates
Editor's note: Because of a CDA Press formatting error, this press release was jumbled in Wednesday's print editions. Here it is, properly formatted.
NDOC, Nonpartisan Doctors of Coeur d'Alene, is an independent group of local physicians, comprised of both Republicans and Democrats, who care deeply about our community. We believe in critical thinking, the scientific method and expertise.
We promote civility and kindness, and shun bullying and intimidation. We support qualified, experienced, and competent leadership with two objectives in mind.
First, to help us on our mission to provide exceptional care for our community, and second, to maintain a vibrant local economy with strong educational opportunities for our children. These goals are directed toward continuing to attract and retain high-quality healthcare workers to care for the people of this region.
To these ends, we have partnered with the bipartisan groups CEQEC (Citizens to Elect Qualified Experienced Candidates), DART (Democrats and Republicans working Together) and the Post Falls Citizens for Public Education. We strongly endorse the following candidates in the upcoming November election:
Mayor: Jim Hammond
City Council: Amy Evans, Woody McEvers, Kiki Miller
School Board: Lisa May, Lindsey Swingrover, Rebecca Smith
Mayor: Ronald Jacobson
City Council: Alan Wolfe, Steve Anthony, Linda Wilhelm
School Board: Neil Uhrig, Bridget Malek, Jake Dawson
City Council: Darrell Rickard, Michael Fox
School Board: Mark Worthen, Robert (Bob) Jones, Yes on Recall
City Council: Dick Panabaker, Jeri DeLange
Andy Boyle, Paul Wagner, Michael Hunt
Northern Lakes Fire Protection District
Michael Pearce, Dennis Amende, Terry Thompson
Kootenai Joint School District
Richard Meyer, Heather Wilcox
Plummer-Worley Joint School District