Seat 1 candidates make case for City Council

Seat 1 candidates make case for City Council

During the night, the candidates were asked a series of questions by the moderator Candidates running for seat 1 answered questions from residents on a number of questions from COVID-19 to the second amendment (KMVT) TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — At Eastside Baptist Church last Thursday night, four of the five people running for Seat 1 attended a meet the candidate’s forum organized by the pastors. During the night, the candidates were asked a series of questions by the moderator. The first one had to do with abortion, and whether the candidates support making Twin Falls a sanctuary city for the unborn. Military veteran James Piersol said as a Christian, he would like to see abortion ended. Craig Kelley however, said the question is a complicated one because Idaho is a Dillon Rule state. “It basically means City Council cannot decide on any plan regarding this issue,” said Kelley. “Not that that doesn’t mean citizens can’t exercise their right to bring it forward, but as far as governing on a decision at the local level that has to come from the legislature.” School teacher Patrick Patterson said he doesn’t support Planned Parenthood’s practices and agreed with a lot of what Kelley said. However, realtor Tara Rueda shocked many by saying she is pro-choice. “I would never want somebody to make that choice for me,” she said. “I am pro-choice because I have lived through the consequences of a really terrible relationship and I would never want a woman faced […]

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