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Lt. Governor Brad Little to travel State on GOP Campaign Bus Tour

October 10, 2018

BOISE – Lt. Governor Brad Little will be joined by Idaho’s Constitutional Officers and local leaders on the Idaho GOP bus tour starting Oct. 17, making stops in each of Idaho’s 44 counties.

“The best part about being out on the campaign trail is getting to meet the people, hear their stories and help them find answers for their individual concerns,” Little said.

Since 1972, Idaho’s republican candidates have traveled the state by bus visiting constituents prior to the November election. This election cycle is no different.

“From Moscow to Menan, and Parma to Preston, we want to give all voters the opportunity to talk to their GOP candidates,” Little said. “Each stop on the bus tour is a chance for us to meet Idahoans where they are and visit with them in their local communities.”

Stops and dates are listed below:

Wednesday, Oct. 17: Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Kuna, Melba, Marsing, Parma, Caldwell

Thursday, Oct 18: Weiser, Council, McCall, Riggins, Grangeville, Nez Perce, Kamiah, Orofino, Lewiston

Friday, Oct. 19: St. Maries, Kellogg, Post Falls, Sandpoint/Ponderay, Bonners Ferry, Priest River, Coeur d’Alene

Saturday, Oct. 20: Moscow

Monday, Oct 22: Mountain Home, Fairfield, Hailey, Picabo, Carey, Mackay, Challis, Salmon

Tuesday, Oct. 23: Arco, Terreton, Dubois, Ashton, Island Park, St. Anthony, Rexburg

Wednesday, Oct. 24: Rigby, Victor, Driggs, Sugar City, Menan, Idaho Falls

Thursday, Oct. 25: Blackfoot, Pocatello, Soda Springs, Montpelier, Preston, Malad City, American Falls, Rupert, Burley

Friday, Oct. 26: Twin Falls, Kimberly, Filer, Buhl, Jerome, Shoshone, Gooding, Glens Ferry

Saturday, Oct. 27: Eagle, Star, Middleton, Caldwell, Fruitland, Horseshoe Bend, Emmett

Media is encouraged to get on board and ride along the bus route and/or meet the candidates for interviews at local stops. For inquiries on specific times and locations, contacts are listed above.

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