2019 CVI Endorsement Questionnaire
Please complete by Friday, September 13th. To download a copy, please email chris@cvidaho.org. All downloaded copies must be received by CVI via email or mail by Friday, September 13th, unless a different deadline has been communicated to you by CVI (some races have a questionnaire deadline of September 6th).

If you are running for Boise Mayor, do not complete this questionnaire. Please email chris@cvidaho.org to receive a different, Boise Mayor-specific form.

Contact:
Chris Parri, Campaign Associate
Email: chris@cvidaho.org
Mail: PO Box 2802 / Boise, ID 83701-2802
Candidate Info
Name *
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Email *
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Address *
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Phone number *
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Website
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What office are you running for? *
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General Questions
What experiences led you to run for office? *
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What led you to seek Conservation Voters for Idaho's endorsement? *
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What are the top three most pressing issues facing your community? *
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What political figure do you most admire, past or present? *
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Describe your current occupation and other leadership experience relevant to the office you are seeking. What other elected positions have you held, if any? *
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What groups are you a member of and why? *
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What experience do you have with conservation issues? *
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What conservation issue do you think is most important to your constituents, and what would you do to take leadership on this issue? *
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Do you see any conflict between environmental protection and economic growth in Idaho? Is there a balance, and if so, what do you believe is the proper balance? *
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Clean Energy
Idaho is moving toward 100% clean energy. Idaho Power and Avista, Idaho’s two largest utilities, have committed to providing 100% clean electricity by 2045. Do you support transitioning to 100% clean energy no later than 2050? *
Describe your position and, if applicable, how you will work to promote the transition to 100% clean energy in your community. *
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Open Space
How will you work to protect and expand access and funding to open spaces and public spaces like parks, preserves, and greenways? *
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Growth & Development
How will you balance competing demands of development and the environment? *
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Civic Engagement
Voter turnout in local elections is often very low. Voters cite a lack of information about candidates and issues, minimal engagement from elected officials and institutional barriers as major factors contributing to low local election turnout. As both a candidate and an elected official, how would you work to increase participation in local elections? *
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Optional Section
Please include any references and contact information that would help us get a better understanding of your connections, positions, or experience with conservation. (Optional)
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If you have any additional comments or would like to highlight any issues that were not addressed, please add them here. (Optional)
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