Have you seen the big news? New rankings came in putting Idaho at the top of
the list for economic strength and fiscal stability all thanks to Governor
Little. Under Governor Little’s leadership, Idaho has seen incredible growth
including the below…
Have you seen the big news?
New rankings came in putting Idaho at the top of the list for economic
strength and fiscal stability all thanks to Governor Little.
Under Governor Little’s leadership, Idaho has seen incredible growth including
☑️ For the second year in a row, Fitch affirmed the AAA credit rating for
Idaho – the highest a state can get.
☑️ Idaho is a top 10 state for rainy-day funds.
☑️ Idaho is #1 in the nation in five different AG commodity categories.
☑️ Idaho claimed the top ranking in the Index of State Economic Momentum from
State Policy Reports.
☑️ The Tax Foundation ranks Idaho first for a net gain of residents from
interstate migration, noting, “The latest IRS and Census data show that people
and businesses favor states with low and structurally sound tax systems, which
can impact the state’s economic growth and governmental coffers.”
☑️ The Pew Charitable Trusts placed Idaho first in tax revenue growth (16
percent) during the pandemic above its pre-COVID trajectory, the highest of all
☑️ The latest Moody’s Analytics state stress tests places Idaho in third
place, only trailing behind two other states with oil reserves.
☑️ Gov. Little #4 on Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors
☑️ Gov. Little #8 Most Popular Governor in the United States
There is absolutely no question. Idaho is better off today than it was four
years ago and to continue this growth, we need to re-elect Governor Little in
just a few short days.
I’M VOTING FOR GOVERNOR LITTLE
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John, this is about more than party, this is about making Idaho the best place
to live, work, and raise a family.
We hope you will join us in voting for Brad Little this November!
Paid for by Brad Little for Governor, Vicki Risch Treasurer