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Costumed up for trick-or-treat...

First Lady Lori Otter, left, dressed as a referee, and Gov. Butch Otter, right, dressed as a Boise State football player, host their second annual kids' trick-or-treat on the state Capitol steps on Monday, where they handed out candy and toothbrushes to trick-or-treaters. (courtesy)
First Lady Lori Otter, left, dressed as a referee, and Gov. Butch Otter, right, dressed as a Boise State football player, host their second annual kids' trick-or-treat on the state Capitol steps on Monday, where they handed out candy and toothbrushes to trick-or-treaters. (courtesy)

First Lady Lori Otter and Gov. Butch Otter dressed up as a referee and a Boise State football player for their second annual trick-or-treat event on the Capitol steps today, at which they handed out candy and toothbrushes to costumed kids.




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