(Boise, ID) Lieutenant Governor Brad Little raised nearly $350,000 from more than 800 Idaho donors in the second half of last year according to the latest Sunshine Report for his 2018 campaign for Governor.
Brad Little for Idaho Treasurer Vicki Risch filed the year-end report with the Idaho Secretary of State’s Office yesterday. The reporting period covers July 1-December 31, 2016. “I’m proud to be a part of such a robust team so early on in the campaign,” Risch said. “Brad and Teresa Little are great examples of Idaho Republican values.”
“It’s humbling to have the support of so many Idahoans in the early stages of the campaign,” Little said. “It means a lot to have the commitment from all these individuals around Idaho who believe in our campaign message of new, bold leadership.”
Little’s campaign for Governor now has finance chairs in all 44 Idaho counties, helping to raise funds for what figures to be an expensive race.
“These strong early returns are a testament to the large amount of support from Idaho families and businesses,” said Bruce Cyr, Little’s Region 1 Finance Chair. “Our team is energized about Idaho’s future and looks forward to Brad’s conservative leadership at the helm.”
“Brad is well prepared and has the experience to help lead this state. He has a strong family background and someone we can trust. He is a good man and I’m proud to help,” Kimber Ricks, Madison County Finance Chair.
“I cannot take credit for all of this work; it’s been the Finance Team putting forth the effort to introduce me to their family, friends and neighbors,” Little said. “I don’t want to let them down and will continue to work hard on their behalf.”
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 grandchildren.