Eye On Boise

Labrador now says he'll take 'next couple of months' to decide on guv's race

1st District Congressman Raul Labrador has missed his self-imposed deadline to decide whether to run for governor or seek a third term in Congress, Idaho Statesman columnist Dan Popkey reports, and now says he’ll decide “within the next couple of months.” Gov. Butch Otter has already said he plans to see a third term. You can read Popkey’s post here, including the full statement from Labrador, in which he says in part, "I’m still considering all of the options that are available to me, but my focus right now is being the most effective representative that I can be for my constituents." Both Labrador and Otter are Republicans.


Read more here: http://blogs.idahostatesman.com/labrador-misses-self-imposed-deadline-on-guvs-race-hopes-for-decision-in-next-couple-of-months/#storylink=cpy

 




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