Brad Little, 54, Idaho’s new lieutenant governor, is a five-term state senator from Emmett. He’s a University of Idaho graduate, owner/manager of a cattle ranch and farm, has served on many boards including the Idaho Community Foundation and the Idaho Woolgrowers Association, and is a popular member of leadership in the Senate. He and wife Teresa have two sons. “This is very humbling,” Little said of his appointment to the state post. “This is really an honor for me to serve. Teresa and I are delighted, and our family.” He added, “This is sure going to be a new adventure.”
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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