In the peaceful ambiance of Eberlein’s home, he shared why he is running and how important the position is to county taxpayers. Eberlien, who previously served as a Kootenai County Commissioner from 2014 to 2018, said there is no learning curve for commissioners, the duties start on day one, and mistakes are paid for by the taxpayers. “I don’t need any training wheels,” quipped Eberlein with a smile. He said he “learned from the best” in reference to county budget issues.
When asked why he was seeking re-election Norris said, “I have to tell you, 2024 is going to have many challenges. It doesn’t matter which candidate wins the presidency, half of this nation is going to be divided. What we saw in 2020 and 2021, we need a sheriff with experience, not only in law enforcement, but who can stand up for the first amendment, the second amendment, and the fourth amendment rights of the citizens of Kootenai County.”
"We are at a point in our Republic when strong men must take a stand and sacrifice to do what is right for our nation. I will work to push back against the liberal agenda of taxing hard-working citizens into poverty.” - Spencer Hutchings, candidate for Idaho House of Representatives, District Seat 1A
I love people, I love this county, and I want to serve this county.” John Padula, candidate for Kootenai County Commissioner COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO – John Padula was the first to announce his candidacy for the Kootenai County commissioner seat in District 1. He launched his campaign on December 5,...
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