The following Press Release was sent out by Brian Lenney, a Republican candidate for State Senate. Note: Press Releases sent out by candidates do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of those at the Idaho Dispatch.
Nampa, Idaho – Brian Lenney is picking up steam in the race for state senate in Nampa, District 13. Lenney recently announced endorsements from four major conservative political action committees: Conservatives of Idaho, Citizens Alliance of Idaho, Stop Idaho RINOs, and Make Liberty Win.
“It’s not only very humbling to get these liberty-based groups behind me…it’s also very telling,” Lenney says. “Because it sends a message to the Republican establishment that Idaho citizens are sick and tired of business as usual at the Capitol. We’re sick of the lies, the shenanigans, and Republicans who claim to be conservative but vote like far-left liberals.”
The groups endorsing Lenney have similar goals. Their mission is to hold elected officials accountable, advance conservative principles at the state level, unseat out of control “conservatives,” and help get liberty-minded candidates elected.
“Every one of these groups put me through an intense multi-stage vetting and interview process. None of this came easily. But really, this isn’t about me, this is about Idaho. I’m just a regular guy who’s never held political office before – but I’ve been a conservative my entire life and these groups realize that. Again I’m very grateful for their support.”
If elected, Lenney says he’ll fight for “medical freedom, educational freedom, and financial freedom.” Because “medical freedom is a human right, kids shouldn’t have to get on the school bus and come home worse, and taxing us to death when we pump gas, get paid, buy a house, and pay for groceries is pure robbery. This is a fight for our God-given freedoms, our kids, and our conservative way of life… and it’s one I’m willing to take to the ground and finish.”
To learn more about Lenney or get involved with the campaign visit www.votelenney.com
Tags: 2022 Elections, Brian Lenney, Republican