The following Press Release was sent out by the Conservatives of PAC. Note: Press Releases sent out by organizations do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of those at the Idaho Dispatch.
Conservatives Of PAC has enthusiastically endorsed Janice McGeachin in the race for governor of Idaho. The fastest growing conservative organization in Idaho joins the high octane company of Michelle Malkin, Alan Keyes, and President Donald Trump with their support of McGeachin for the top executive office in the state. Founder and CEO of Conservatives Of PAC Winston Sanders says of the endorsement, “Although we have several good conservative candidates, Janice stands out for a number of reasons. She has a strong conservative record in the legislature. She has been uncompromising in her stand for conservative values, freedom, and individual rights as lieutenant governor, especially as the incumbent’s disregard of constitutional liberty was made evident during his two year state of emergency. She enjoys the trust of Donald Trump, and she has certainly earned ours.” He adds, “She is the conservative candidate most likely to garner the most votes to unseat the incumbent and win the election.”
So just who is Janice McGeachin? She announced her platform in a press conference held on the steps of the State Capitol Thursday, March 17. Her ten point plan begins with a commitment to end the medical tyranny practiced in her state – along with every other – under the pretext of the pandemic. She will prohibit medical mandates of all kinds, including mandated vaccination of children. She will work to implement affordable free market alternatives to Obamacare. She will launch an investigation of all arrests and enforcement actions related to Little’s lockdown and return the money Idahoans have paid in fines for violating lockdown provisions. Perhaps most importantly – unlike the incumbent – she will respect all of the constitutional rights of Idahoans, and see to it the federal government respects the rights of the great state of Idaho.