(Boise, ID) Today, Lieutenant Governor Brad Little revealed his 44 statewide county campaign coordinators. “I’m humbled and blessed by the support that my campaign and I have received from Idahoans all across the state” Little said “the backbone of campaigns is the support of grassroots level work, the time and effort that these individuals will contribute to our campaign will make the difference in our success in the Primary Election next May.”
Still a year out from the election, the Brad Little For Governor campaign has already been traveling the state visiting with voters and building a team of grassroots volunteers. “Primary elections in Idaho are won at the grassroots level,” said Bob Jones, Madison County Coordinator “Parades, fairs, and rodeos are where we connect with the voters of Idaho, and that’s where we will make Brad’s campaign the strongest.”
“A statewide campaign is a team effort and I have the strongest team,” Little said, “Our county coordinators are ensuring that our message of faith, family, and limited government is being heard in every corner of the state.”
“Having campaign coordinators such as ourselves in every county in Idaho allows the campaign to be in every corner of the state,” said Craig Smith, Kootenai County Coordinator. “I’m excited to help support Brad’s campaign in North Idaho and I know that his support is growing every day.”
Lieutenant Governor Little will continue to travel the state and build his already strong grassroots organization in the coming months. Those interesting in volunteering with the campaign can do so by visiting the campaign website at www.bradlittleforidaho.com.
Lieutenant Governor Little is seeking the Republican nomination for Governor in the May 2018 Republican Primary. Little has served as Lieutenant Governor since 2009. He and his wife Teresa live in Emmett, where they operate the family livestock business with two adult sons and five, sixth generation grandchildren.