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  • Lynn Luker discusses his District 15 House race against Steve Berch

    Republican Rep. Lynn Luker is seeking his 6th term representing District 15 in West Boise against Democrat Steve Berch in a rematch of their 2014 contest. Meeting with the Statesman editorial board, he outlined where he differs from Berch on policy and qualifications.

Republican Rep. Lynn Luker is seeking his 6th term representing District 15 in West Boise against Democrat Steve Berch in a rematch of their 2014 contest. Meeting with the Statesman editorial board, he outlined where he differs from Berch on policy and qualifications.
Republican Rep. Lynn Luker is seeking his 6th term representing District 15 in West Boise against Democrat Steve Berch in a rematch of their 2014 contest. Meeting with the Statesman editorial board, he outlined where he differs from Berch on policy and qualifications.

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