Isn’t it time to bring a fiscally responsible manager onto the County Commissioner team?

Chuck, as a retired Simplot executive, has the experience and knowledge to provide cost effective solutions to the “growing pains” still ahead for Canyon County. In this time of rising taxes, his executive management experience with Simplot will serve the residents of the County well.

Chuck has the education, knowledge and experience to analyze complex financial accounting, contracts, and most importantly, budgets. Also, his experience as a Caldwell City councilman, has prepared him for managing the business of Canyon County.

  • Chuck opposes the use of Urban Renewal, because of the property tax burden it shifts to other taxpayers.
  • Chuck will ensure conservative budgeting.
  • Through his service with a local Idaho non-profit ( 5C), Chuck has helped formulate a plan to ensure the affordable construction of the proper jail facilities at the present County Courthouse site.
  • Chuck prefers Impact Fees on new construction to reduce property taxes.
  • Chuck will advocate open meetings for citizen input.
  • Chuck is a strong supporter of preserving Ag ground in Canyon County.

Chuck is on the Caldwell Community Volunteer Committee, a member of the Caldwell Veterans’ Memorial Hall Board, the Board of Trustees of Grace Lutheran Church, served on the Purple Sage & Fairview Golf Board, Love Your City and is a member of the (5C) Concerned Citizens of Canyon County Committee.

Chuck and his wife, Connie, have lived in the City of Caldwell for the past 12 years and in Canyon County for 31 years. They have two girls and one boy.

(LEFT: Chuck, his wife Connie and his grandson Jake.)

We request your help and your vote supporting Chuck Stadick for Commissioner!