May 10, 2012
Sen. Vick Receives Many Key Reelection Endorsements, Including Idaho Senate Leadership Team.
Dalton Gardens, Idaho — State Senator Steve Vick of Dalton Gardens has received many key endorsements over the course of his reelection campaign for Senate in the new District 2, which includes all of Kootenai County east of Lake Coeur d'Alene as well as northern Kootenai County. Idaho's Republican Primary will take place on Tuesday, May 15th.
These endorsements have highlighted that Steve Vick is a trusted, respected, and effective State Senator.
Senator Vick has received the unanimous support of Senate leadership, including Idaho Senate President Pro Tempore Brent Hill, Majority Leader Bart Davis, Assistant Majority Leader Chuck Winder, and Majority Caucus Chairman Russ Fulcher. Steve Vick has proven that he is a true fiscal conservative; he does not hesitate to stand and defend Idaho taxpayers, said Senator Fulcher.
Steve Vick has been a very effective member of the Idaho State Senate. As a solid conservative, we can always count on his support of fiscal responsibility and limited government, said Senator Brent Hill, Idaho Senate President Pro Tempore. Steve Vick cares about Idaho.
Legislative colleagues from every region of Idaho have also given their support to Senator Vick, including retiring Senator Shirley McKague of Meridian, Senator Dean Mortimer of Idaho Falls, Senator Jeff Siddoway of Terreton, and Senator Sheryl Nuxoll of Cottonwood.
Rep. Bob Nonini of Coeur d'Alene spoke on behalf of other North Idaho legislators. In his first term Senator Steve Vick has earned the respect of Idaho's conservative leaders. We need to keep Senator Vick in office to protect and defend the conservative values that have made this state great, said Rep. Nonini, who also chairs the House Education Committee.This past month, Senator Vick has also received the support of other important groups across the state, including the Idaho Fraternal Order of Police, the National Rifle Association, the Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry (IACI), Idaho Chooses Life, and the Idaho Automobile Dealers Association