A candidate for U.S. Representative (Dem), Idaho Congressional District 1 in the 2012 Idaho Primary
City: Meridian, Idaho
Occupation: Retired NFL football player, former sports broadcaster
- Web: jimmyfarris.us
BOISE – Idaho congressman Raul Labrador issued a call for bipartisanship Tuesday, saying the politics in Washington, D.C., are too tainted by partisan rifts. Labrador told the Idaho House and Senate that since he has been in Washington, D.C., “My appreciation for the Idaho Legislature has only grown more.”
Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador issued a call for bipartisanship today, saying the politics in Washington, D.C. are too tainted by partisan rifts.
BOISE – Idaho congressman Raul Labrador launched his re-election bid Monday, flanked by more than 30 state lawmakers and a bevy of the state’s top GOP elected officials, declaring, “Washington has not changed me.” Some evidence: The freshman congressman hasn’t rented a home in Washington, D.C. – he’s sleeping on his office couch and returning to Idaho and his family each weekend.