Several major endorsements have been made in the Idaho Governor’s race. Ammon Bundy has received the endorsements of Ron Paul and Roger Stone; Janice McGeachin has received the endorsement of former president Donald Trump.
Bundy announced Stone’s endorsement in an October 17 press release. “Roger Stone understands clearly the threat freedom in this country faces and is confident that I will not compromise in securing liberty for the people of Idaho,” Bundy said in a statement.
On Oct. 9, two more gubernatorial endorsements were made. Bundy was endorsed by Former Congressman Ron Paul, and Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin won the coveted endorsement of Donald Trump.
In a short video, Paul stated that Bundy would make a great governor, and that he is “a friend of liberty,” and “a strict constitutionalist.”
McGeachin met with Donald Trump on Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago estate, and on Wednesday the former president issued a formal endorsement of Idaho’s Lt. Governor, stating she is “not afraid to stand up for the issues that matter most to the people of Idaho … I am giving Janice McGeachin my Complete and Total Endorsements to be the next governor of Idaho.”
Trump’s endorsement of McGeachin comes just days after Idaho’s current governor, Brad Little, attended a black-tie event at Trumps Mar-a-Lago estate.
In related news, Gubernatorial candidate Ed Humphreys announced on November 6 that his campaign has now raised over $200,000, stating, “That is more money than all the conservative challengers combined.”
Brad little has not announced his intention to run for re-election, but multiple media outlets report that he is raising money.
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