Governor Brad Little will give the State of the State address tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. MST.
This year, Little will give the State of the State in the House Chambers. Last year, Little gave the address online last year rather than in person.
Little is expected to cover a wide range of topics in his address, including the state budget, which is seeing a record surplus, education, and more.
Little, Senate Pro-Tem Chuck Winder, and Speaker Scott Bedke recently held a press briefing recently to discuss their goals for the upcoming legislative session. The Idaho legislative session begins tomorrow and is expected to run somewhere between the middle and end of March.
Once the session is over, legislators will have approximately one and a half to two months to campaign before the May 17 primary election.
In addition to Little’s State of the State tomorrow, some legislators will hold a press briefing tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. on the 3rd Floor rotunda to discuss a “conservative agenda” for 2021. The briefing will be conducted by State Senator Christy Zito (R-Hammett) and Rep. Ron Nate (R-Rexburg). Other legislators are expected to be in attendance.
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