Lary Larson Announces Candidacy
IF YOU THINK EDUCATION IS EXPENSIVE, TRY IGNORANCE.
WHY SHOULD YOU VOTE FOR LARY LARSON?
BECAUSE, HE HAS . . .
the Right Professional Experience . . .
- Bachelor’s degree from Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975
- Law degree from J. Reuben Clark Law School, Provo, Utah, 1980
- Lawyer with Hopkins Roden Crockett Hansen & Hoopes, Idaho Falls, since 1980
- 32 years as an advocate for clients in all types of personal, business and contested
the Right Community Leadership Experience . . .
- Past President or Chairman of the following organizations: the Region VI Affordable Housing Task Force, the Bonn. County Bd. of Community Guardians, the Good Samaritan Nursing Home Advisory Bd., the Salvation Army of I.F. Advisory Bd., the Eastern Id. Estate Planning Council, the Kiwanis Club of I.F., and the Garfield-Ucon Canal Co.
- Past Member of the following additional leadership boards: the Ucon City Council, the Bonn. Jt. Sch. Dist. 93 Facilities Planning Committee, the Greater I.F. Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of I.F. and Bonn. County, the Rocky Mountain Venture Group, and the North Carolina Drug Authority
- 30 years of service with the Grand Teton Council (formerly Teton Peaks Council) of the B.S.A., as a unit leader, Council Endowment Committee member, N. Caribou Dist. Finance
Chair., Council Friends of Scouting Chair., Council Vice Chair. of Finance, and Chair. of the Council Investment Committee
- Leadership positions in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, including Missionary, Helsinki, Finland, 1975-1977, and Bishop
and the Right Political Priorities . . .
- Improve education by strengthening and supporting the most valuable asset in our education system—the teachers
- Pursue proven measures to grow the economy and create jobs
- Partner with our national leaders to increase the availability and affordability of health insurance for all people
- Bring rationality and fairness back to our tax system by weakening the control of special interest
- Develop a fair and sustainable response to the increasing acceptance of same-sex relationships
- Develop a strategy to address the enormous backlog of needed infrastructure improvements
- Make wise use of our natural resources and conserve them for future generations
- Expand the use of Drug Courts and Mental Health Courts to reverse the growth and expense of our prison populations
Bring honest and fair debate of the issues back to the Legislature
to Be . . . YOUR VOICE IN BOISE!
IF WE “NULLIFY’ ANYTHING, LET IT BE THE DOMINANCE OF THE RADICAL RIGHT AND SPECIAL INTERESTS