Idaho Republican Leaders Come Together for Unity Rally After Bruising Primary 

click to enlarge Lt. Gov. Brad Little is now the Republican nominee for the governor of Idaho.

Harrison Berry

Lt. Gov. Brad Little is now the Republican nominee for the governor of Idaho.

On Tuesday, several of them were rivals, but on the Capitol steps Thursday morning, Republican leaders—some of whom faced off in competitive and high-stakes primary contests—gathered for the Republican Unity Rally, a show of party solidarity.

"We're all wearing one jersey to win in November," said Lt. Gov. Brad Little, now the Republican nominee for Idaho governor.

Standing behind him were his primary opponents, Boise developer Tommy Ahlquist and Rep. Raul Labrador.

Other speakers included Russ Fulcher, who emerged as the nominee for Labrador's House seat from a packed field of candidates; Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney; Idaho Education Secretary Sherri Ybarra and others. 
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