Crapo Announces Statewide Campaign Co-chairs for 2016 Re-election Campaign

Boise, ID – Today, U.S. Senator Mike Crapo announced his 2016 re-election campaign’s statewide co-chairs: Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter, U.S. Senator Jim Risch, U.S. Representative Mike Simpson and U.S. Representative Raul Labrador.

“It’s an honor to have the support of these tremendous Idaho leaders who I have worked closely with over the years as we have served the people of Idaho and together fought for conservative values and policies,” said Senator Crapo. “Like me, they are unwavering in their conservative commitment to reduce government spending, lower taxes, protect our Second Amendment rights, maintain a strong national defense and fight the burdensome impacts of Obamacare.”

Announcing his support, Governor Otter said, “I’m honored to serve as a co-chair of Senator Crapo’s re-election campaign. Mike is a man of integrity and a strong advocate in solving problems and addressing the issues of greatest concern to Idahoans. We need Mike Crapo fighting for Idaho in Washington D.C.”

“It is a great honor to serve with Mike Crapo, one of the most dedicated members of the United States Senate,” said Senator Risch. “Working with Mike every day has given me a first hand view of Mike’s conservative values, his leadership in the senate and his commitment to the people of Idaho.”

“I am pleased to support Mike Crapo in his re-election,” said Congressman Simpson. “I’ve had the opportunity to work very closely with Mike on vital issues like cutting wasteful government spending, reducing taxes, repealing Obamacare and protecting Idaho’s farmers and ranchers from excessive government regulation and Obama’s EPA. Mike delivers conservative results for the people of Idaho.”

“Mike Crapo’s persistent effort to find solutions to our country’s most pressing problems is incomparable. I believe Idaho and America needs his conservative leadership in the U.S. Senate, “ said Congressman Labrador.

Senator Crapo is an unwavering conservative who proudly represents the people of Idaho in the U.S. Senate. As a conservative leader, Mike has spent his career fighting to lower taxes, eliminate wasteful government spending, stop federal government overreach, reform entitlement programs to ensure their solvency and bring free market principles to health care. Mike has an A+ rating with the National Rifle Association and has earned a 100% rating from the National Right to Life Committee.