Idaho Senate Candidates for Senate
Idaho Candidates for Senate

State Primary: May 20, 2014

Idaho Senate Candidates Election Race for US Senate 2014

Election Race for Idaho U.S. Senator:

Jim Risch (R)
Jeremy "T" Anderson (R)
William Bryk (D)
Nels Mitchell (D)

Idaho Candidates for US Congress Republican and Democrat :

Idaho Congress Candidates
Idaho Congressional Candidates Republican and Democrat

District 1:
Raúl Labrador (R)
Sean Blackwell (R)
Michael Greenway (R)
Lisa Marie (R)
Reed McCandless (R)
Ryan Andrew Barone (D)
Shirley Ringo (D)

District 2:
Mike Simpson (R)
Bryan Smith (R)
Richard Stallings (D)

History of Idaho. Information that every Idaho Senator Candidate and candidate for Congress Should Know

Bordered by the Canadian province of British Columbia to the north and the U.S. states of Montana and Wyoming to the east, Utah and Nevada to the south, and Oregon and Washington to the west, Idaho is twice as large as the six New England states combined.  With an abundance of scenic mountains, lakes, rivers and outdoor attractions, the state draws more than 20 million tourists eachyear. Idaho produces more potatoes and trout than any other state in the nation, and is known as the “Gem State” for the 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones it produces-some of which are exclusive to the state. Its state capital, Boise, is also its largest city with more than 200,000 residents.

Idaho Senatorial Candidate Legally Changes Name To ‘Pro-Life’

... criminy, this news makes us forget entirely about the 5-year-old Iraq War thing this morning! Because like you, we have been fearing the next Congress and its unfortunate lack of gay Idaho Senator Larry Craig. (That is, unless he changes his mind and runs for reelection, which is likely). But can Craig’s seat be usurped by an equally comical legislator-monkey? No, but one candidate in the open-seat Idaho senate race shows great potential. Meet independent candidate Marvin Richardson, who has legally changed his name to “Pro-Life.” Wonkette hereby endorses him for any office he ever wants.

Pro-Life is an “organic strawberry farmer” from Letha, Idaho - the “Topeka of Gem County, Idaho.” He lost the 2006 gubernatorial election and was dismayed that Idaho laws wouldn’t allow him to use “Pro-Life” on the ballot, as it was only a “slogan.”

The Strawberry Man knew what he had to do to stick it to these damn bureaucrats. He changed his entire name to “Pro-Life” in court, much like McLovin from that delightful sex movie Superbad. Except McLovin only had a fake ID.

Ahh, McLovin. Wait, what? Oh yes, the senatorial candidate who changed his name to Pro-Life. Well, he is insane:

Now, though, officials in the Idaho secretary of state’s office say they have no choice because Pro-Life is his full and only name. He says he will run for the highest state office on the ballot every two years for the rest of his life, advocating murder charges for doctors who perform abortions and for women who obtain the procedures.

David Ripley, executive director of Idaho Chooses Life, says he knows and respects Pro-Life but fears some voters may think Pro-Life is a position rather than a candidate and mistakenly mark their ballots both for him and for another anti-abortion candidate for the Senate, thus nullifying their choices.

Ha ha, the various potatoes that comprise the Idaho electorate probably would elect a policy stance, instead of a human, to national office. Pro-Life for Senate 2008! And 2010 and 2012 and 2014 and then he’ll probably be dead!