Ammon Bundy opens up about his campaign for governor of Idaho
One of Ammon Bundy’s main opponents told me he was surprised to find Bundy to be a nice guy. The mainstream media created the image of a monster. I have joked on air and in previous writings that the candidate’s mother had not called him an “anti-government activist”. However, this is what we often see before reading his real name. Disappointment in government doesn’t make you an anarchist.
Bundy puts his resources into a final sprint against a marathon.
Bundy made his second appearance in my program as the candidate for governor of Idaho. We spent a free hour on topics as diverse as the response to COVID-19, property taxes and drought. The man did his reading and his research. You can listen to our conversation by clicking here.
While there are several candidates announced for the Republican Party nomination, only three currently announced have any real chance of success. Bundy, Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin and businessman Ed Humphreys. Governor Brad Little hasn’t made any official announcements, but his fundraising picked up a lot in the middle of the summer.
While Ammon Bundy’s media coverage may give rise to what reporters call “negative highs,” he is not the only one. The governor got some negative points on the COVID response. Even negative stories raise a candidate’s public profile. Some can turn name recognition into a positive. Bundy is one of the most recognizable faces in America and maybe even around the world.
In my opinion, the candidate has an intuitive political sense. As Thanksgiving and Christmas draw near, many potential voters will be focusing on the holidays and family. The serious campaign will begin in the last 60 to 90 days before the primary in May. Bundy puts his resources into a final sprint against a marathon.
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