Ysursa endorses Little for governor

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Former Idaho Secretary of State, Ben Ysursa, has announced he will be voting for Lt. Gov. Brad Little to be Idaho’s next governor. Ysursa served Idaho as deputy Secretary of State under Pete Cenarrusa, before being elected to that office.

“In 40 years of managing elections in Idaho, I noticed a few characteristics that the best candidates — and leaders — have in common. They talk less and do more. They under promise and over deliver. They are collaborative. They take the long view even when it’s unpopular in the here-and-now. And they know that in a state as close-knit as Idaho, today’s opponent could be tomorrow’s ally — so they don’t burn bridges. Brad Little embodies those qualities in this year’s Republican primary race for governor. I will be voting for him and I hope you do too,” Ysursa said.

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