Idaho GOP Chairman Steve Yates accepts a gift from convention vice-chair Melinda Smyser after winning re-election June 4 at the Idaho GOP Convention in Nampa.
Idaho GOP Chairman Steve Yates accepts a gift from convention vice-chair Melinda Smyser after winning re-election June 4 at the Idaho GOP Convention in Nampa. Otto Kitsinger AP
Idaho GOP Chairman Steve Yates accepts a gift from convention vice-chair Melinda Smyser after winning re-election June 4 at the Idaho GOP Convention in Nampa. Otto Kitsinger AP

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