Several candidates are vying to become the next Republican nominee for governor of Idaho.
Out of the candidates who have officially announced, three of them are actively campaigning and raising money or will begin doing so today. If Governor Brad Little (R) chooses to run for re-election, these candidates would be among Little’s challengers for the Republican nomination.
One of the candidates, Ammon Bundy, sat down with Idaho Dispatch to discuss various topics related to his personal life and campaign which officially kicked off today.
Some of the topics covered in this interview are abortion, the 2nd Amendment, public lands, health care, and more. Additionally, Idaho Dispatch also discussed the recent revelation that Bundy is not a registered voter in the state and Bundy’s high-profile incidents in Nevada, Oregon, and the Idaho State Capitol.
You can watch the full interview here (story continues below):
Note: Idaho Dispatch does everything we can to interview all candidates for the major political offices, regardless of party or whether or not many of our readers like or do not like a candidate.
While some news outlets ultimately endorse a candidate for office, the Idaho Dispatch does NOT endorse candidates.
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Tags: 2nd Amendment, Abortion, Ammon Bundy, Education, Governor, Health Care, Idaho, Public Lands, Republican