Layne Bangerter, who chaired Donald Trump’s Idaho state campaign, will step aside as one of the state’s four electors because he holds a federal job. He works for Sen. Mike Crapo.
Layne Bangerter, who chaired Donald Trump’s Idaho state campaign, will step aside as one of the state’s four electors because he holds a federal job. He works for Sen. Mike Crapo.
Layne Bangerter, who chaired Donald Trump’s Idaho state campaign, will step aside as one of the state’s four electors because he holds a federal job. He works for Sen. Mike Crapo.

2 Idaho Electoral College electors to be replaced; federal workers barred from serving

December 15, 2016 04:17 PM

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