At the Alliance, we believe that our local government works best when voters are fully informed and educated about the views of our candidates and elected representatives. In order to educate voters about candidates’ views on a range of community issues, including conservation, the Alliance requests that candidates answer a “questionnaire.” We have posted all candidates’ full and unedited responses on the following pages and in our Voters’ Guide.
2018 – Primary & General Election
Read the full answers from all 2018 Primary & General candidates for Town Council, County Commission, and District races, covering these topics: preserving & protecting our ecosystem | wildlife collisions and crossings | workforce housing | community growth | Snow King master plan | Natural Resource regulations | transportation | American public lands.
An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic. Self-government is not possible unless the citizens are educated sufficiently to enable them to exercise oversight.
— Thomas Jefferson
Questionnaires from previous election year candidates can be found below:
2016 – Primary Election (August)
Topics: preserving & protecting our ecosystem | protecting wildlife | wildlife collisions and crossings | American public lands | workforce housing | transportation | new nonresidential development | Snow King Master Plan | young people and Latino involvement | Natural Resource Regulations.
2014 – General Election (November)
Topics: vision for Jackson Hole | threats to wildlife | land development regulations | directing future growth | how the mule deer can cross the road | wildlife in our neighborhoods | housing 65% of the workforce | transportation choices | wildfire.