Nampa City Council and mayoral elections

October 11, 2013 

Nampa residents voted in May to expand their City Council from four seats to six. In November, they'll choose who will represent them in those new positions.

Other changes to city leadership could be ushered in by this fall's election. Mayor Tom Dale is up for re-election, and he has three challengers — one of them a current council member.

Seats 1 and 3 on the council also are on the ballot. Seat 3 incumbent Pam White would like her spot back, but Seat 1 will be represented by a newcomer, either Paul Raymond or Victor Rodriguez.

Click on each candidate's name below to learn more about them and their position on issues facing Nampa.

Mayor

Tom Dale, incumbent

Bob Henry

Robert Muse

Melissa Sue Robinson

Seat 1

Paul Raymond

Victor Rodriguez

Seat 3

KLynn Miller

Pam White, incumbent

Seat 5

Randy Haverfield

Lance McGrath

Seat 6

Jeff Kirkman

Bruce Skaug

Darryl Speiser

 

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