Governor Brad Little Endorses Scott Bedke to be Idaho’s Next Lieutenant Governor

April 25, 2022

For Immediate Release

April 25, 2022

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Darren Damon | (208) 989-8855

Governor Brad Little Endorses Scott Bedke to be Idaho’s Next Lieutenant Governor

Boise, IDAHO – Governor Brad Little is proudly endorsing Scott Bedke to become Idaho’s next Lieutenant Governor. Governor Little previously served as Lieutenant Governor and says Bedke is the only candidate with the skills, experience, and conservative track record to get the job done for Idahoans. 

“Scott Bedke is a trusted conservative who delivers results for Idahoans, and he will continue to work for the people as Idaho’s Lieutenant Governor,” said Governor Little. “Scott Bedke worked with me to cut red tape and make Idaho the least regulated state in the nation, provide Idahoans historic tax relief, and fully fund law enforcement and first responders. As Lieutenant Governor, Scott Bedke will be a trusted partner and help us continue to make Idaho the place where we all can have the opportunity to thrive. I am excited to endorse Scott Bedke as Idaho’s next Republican Lieutenant Governor.”

Bedke, a fourth generation Idaho rancher, has an extensive and successful working relationship with Governor Little. Under their conservative leadership, Governor Little and Speaker Bedke have put Idaho values into policy, making our state the best place to live, to work, and to raise a family.  

“Idahoans want an ambassador for our state and deserve a Lieutenant Governor who will work cohesively with the Legislature and the Governor they elected. I’m running to return integrity and consistent conservative leadership back to the Lieutenant Governor’s office,” said Bedke. “Together, Governor Little and I have passed conservative legislation to make Idaho a place we are proud to call home. It’s an honor to have earned Governor Little’s endorsement and I look forward to working with him as Idaho’s next Lieutenant Governor.”

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