Rep. Walt Minnick said GOP nominee Raul Labrador’s support for
repealing the 17th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ”crazy,“ while
Labrador countered that returning the election of U.S. senators to
legislatures would boost states’ rights and cut government. The debate Wednesday on KBOI-AM (670) also included sharp exchanges on the leadership of the next Congress and on immigration. Labrador defended his view that ordinary voters should lose a right they gained when the Constitution was amended in 1913. ”I have a consistent philosophy about government and the importance of states’ rights,“ he said/Dan Popkey, Idaho Statesman. More here.
Question: Would you prefer to have the state Legislature elect Idaho's U.S. senators rather than Idaho voters?