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  • Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks about his run for governor

    Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks about why he wants to be governor and why he's saying that so early. Little effectively announced his candidacy for governor in 2018 on Wednesday by filing campaign committee paperwork with the state, which allows him to begin fundraising.

Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks about his run for governor

Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks about why he wants to be governor and why he's saying that so early. Little effectively announced his candidacy for governor in 2018 on Wednesday by filing campaign committee paperwork with the state, which allows him to begin fundraising.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com