BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Three top candidates trying to be elected Idaho's governor in 2018 have widely different backgrounds but share similar views on managing the state's wildlife conservation and access to public lands. The Idaho Statesman reports Republican gubernatorial candidates Lt. Gov. Brad Little and Boise developer Tommy Ahlquist joined Democratic candidate A.J. Balukoff on Saturday to express their views about wildlife policy. The forum was sponsored by the Idaho Wildlife Federation and hunting and fishing groups, with roughly 100 people in attendance. The candidates spoke 30 minutes each and did not interact with one another. The top statewide seat is open after Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter announced he would not seek a fourth term. The...
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3 Idaho candidates for governor share similar wildlife views