Idaho Chooses Life Endorses Scott Bedke to be Idaho’s Next Lieutenant Governor

April 14, 2022

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April 14, 2022

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Idaho Chooses Life Endorses Scott Bedke to be Idaho’s Next Lieutenant Governor

Boise, IDAHO – Idaho Chooses Life, the leading voice of pre-born children in Idaho, has announced its full endorsement of Scott Bedke’s bid to become Idaho’s next Lieutenant Governor. Idaho Chooses Life Executive Director David Ripley says Bedke is the lone candidate in this race who has consistently voted for pro-life legislation.

“Scott Bedke has earned the endorsement of Idaho Chooses Life for Lt. Governor of Idaho. His stellar pro-life record goes back more than two decades, but Scott’s pro-life record goes well beyond simply casting the right votes,” said Ripley. “As Speaker of the Idaho House, Scott has provided incredible leadership in moving Idaho toward the day when abortion is a painful memory. He invested his personal time and prestige to help us enact Idaho’s Trigger Law, which puts Idaho at the very forefront of the national movement to end abortion.  And just this year, Speaker Bedke played a critical role in securing patient rights and protections under our Crisis Standards of Care legislation.  Scott Bedke has repeatedly delivered for the pro-life movement, and we urge Idaho’s pro-life voters to support him in the May 17 Primary.”

Throughout his tenure in the House of Representatives, Bedke maintained a 100 percent pro-life voting record with Idaho Chooses Life. As the longest serving Speaker of the most conservative legislative body in the country, Bedke led the charge on conservative, pro-life legislation to ensure the Right to Life for all Idahoans. 

“As a father to four and grandfather to 14, I know that life is sacred. We need to protect Idaho from the liberal agenda to legalize abortions,” said Bedke. “I am proud to have earned the endorsement of Idaho Chooses Life and will continue to protect the unborn as Idaho’s next Lieutenant Governor.”

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