FULCHER: Best of the bunch

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There are six Republicans running for the First District of Congress. While they all may sound good, Russ Fulcher is more qualified than all the rest.

Russ has the experience that counts, having been in leadership in the Idaho Senate. He has traveled the country and the world for Micron Technology. He has seen many governments and knows what works, and what does not work.

Russ is a fighter for conservative principles. He is a fiscal conservative and believes in small government. He is pro-life. He supports the Second Amendment.

Russ was raised on a dairy and knows Idaho and the needs of Idaho. He supports reducing government to provide for many high-paying jobs. He supports the reduction of our national debt and a balanced budget.

Russ believes the success of the student must come first and spending more federal monies is not conducive to doing that.

Russ is a strong supporter of our Constitution and believes that the Federal government should only do those things that are permitted by our Constitution. He supports border security and legal immigration.

Want to know more, send me an email: jimhollingsworth@frontier.com

JIM HOLLINGSWORTH

Hayden

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