FULCHER: For U.S. House

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Idaho is probably the most conservative state in the union. But, that is not something that we ought to take for granted. We must continue to work to elect men and women who support the Constitution and who will work to reduce the size of government and protect our freedoms.

Such a person is Russ Fulcher who is running for the Congressional First District as a Republican. He has a long history of working for Constitutional law and protecting the freedoms of the citizens of Idaho. He is a natural to fill the seat being vacated by Raul Labrador. In fact, he is endorsed by Labrador for that position.

If you want to keep Idaho free, along with the rest of the nation, then you need to vote for Russ Fulcher on Nov. 6. No one else comes even close to the standards he has for his office. Want to know more? Check out his website at: Russfulcher.com

JIM HOLLINGSWORTH

Hayden

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