Mollie's pack pup; Jimmy Jones Photography

Idaho

06 Wolf Pack – Candidates

You can be a voice for wolves wherever you live even if wolves don’t make their home in your state. The 06 Legacy is here to help by endorsing pro-wolf candidates across the country. We are researching candidates and leaders in every state. Those who share our concern for wolves and ecosystems will be included in our 06 Wolf Pack.

The 06 Legacy is proud to endorse these pro-wolf candidates. Make your vote count for wolves.

Federal

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State

Steve Berch

State Representative - District 15A, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Sue Chew

State Representative - District 17B, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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John Gannon

State Representative - District 17A, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Brooke Green

State Representative - District 18B, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Chris Mathias

State Representative - District 19B, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Colin Nash

State Representative - District 16B, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Lauren Necochea

State Representative - District 19A, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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David Nelson

State Senator - District 6, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Ali Rabe

State Senator - District 16, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Ilana Rubel

State Representative - District 18A, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Jame Ruchti

State Senator - District 29, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Ron Taylor

State Senate - District 26, Democrat 2022

Is opposed to the 2021 anti-wolf bill SB 1211 (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Janie Ward-Engelking

State Senator - District 18, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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Melissa Wintrow

State Senator - District 19, Democrat 2022

Voted NO on 2021 anti-wolf bill (allows killing 90% of wolves, night vision, snowmobile chase, helicopter shooting, and added funds for professional exterminators).

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