PRESS RELEASE: Governor Little Refuses to Participate in a Public Debate


Contact: Wendy Leatham
Campaign Manager
PO Box 370
Emmett, ID 83617
(208) 81-BUNDY

Two gubernatorial debates were being planned in Idaho, one by KTVB and one by Idaho Public Television. Brad Little, Stephen Heidt, and I were invited to debate in both of these. I was looking forward to the opportunity to provide more information to Idaho voters in these debates. However, I was recently informed that Brad Little refused the invitations to debate and give the people of Idaho a chance to see their candidates together and hear their responses in a debate format. Though Brad Little declined, I was still willing to debate the Democrat Candidate, but Stephen Heidt has also declined.

According to a statewide poll, 88% of Idahoans believe this is either a very important or the most important election in Idaho history and now we face the reality of having no gubernatorial debates in either the Primary or General elections. There is only one primary reason that Brad Little would decline debating in front of the people of Idaho…he does not want his actions to be exposed; actions that most Idahoans would not condone if they understood the path he is leading Idaho down. Sunlight is always the best disinfectant. Refusing to debate in a gubernatorial race is a significant disservice to the wonderful people of this great state.

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3 replies on “PRESS RELEASE: Governor Little Refuses to Participate in a Public Debate”

I will not vote for anybody who will not present themselves before the people whose vote they are asking for. It is arrogant and an act of hubris. The virtuous people of the State of Idaho deserve better.

Exactly, Dr Livingston…HUBRIS.
We ALL should contact the governor’s office right now and demand he debate. Unless we get louder and more demanding in just about everything, nothing will change except a faster downhill slide. Speak up, people!

It’s my truest desire that Idahoans would want to examine the candidates and their policies in an open debate. We have had a political regime in power for many years in this state and it has been successful at putting forth it’s candidates. However, I believe this regime has swerved form its service to the general public. I don’t understand how Brad Little didn’t lose his credibility when he failed to repeal the grocery tax and the scandal over the Covid state of emergency measures and the moves he made during that time. Things will have to get worse before Idahoans notice?

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