Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little Visits Lewiston on Gubernatorial Campaign
LEWISTON, ID —
Gubernatorial candidate and current Lieutenant Governor Brad Little is also on the campaign trail.
He also stopped in Lewiston Friday to unveil his job creation plan.
Little's "Idaho Grown Jobs Plan" includes improvements to education, heatlhcare, and economic development.
The plan starts with technological advancements in schools, something Little says will keep Idaho's students in Idaho when they graduate.
Little has served alongside Governor Butch Otter since 2009 and says his background in Idaho agriculture, as well as his political standing, helps him know what's important to Idaho voters.
He says the three-part plan highlights three of the most important issues facing Idahoans right now.
Lt. Gov. Brad Little says, "A big component of it is education. Affordability and accessibility of healthcare, we used to have the most affordable healthcare of any state. And obviously we need to continue to do the good work we're doing on education."
Like his fellow Republican opponents, Tommy Ahlquist and Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador, Little is in favor of replacing Obamacare.
He is also in support of less government oversight and in favor of local and parental control of Idaho's public schools.