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GOP Candidates Crash Idaho Wedding
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GOP Candidates Crash Idaho Wedding

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GOP Candidates Crash Idaho Wedding

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Idaho Gov. Butch Otter was among Republican candidates speaking at the Jerome Public Library. Suddenly more people filed in, coming from a wedding in a nearby park. One demanded to know why the governor took over the room reserved for the bride and groom. The governor ended the event.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep, with a campaign event that did go as planned.

Idaho Governor Butch Otter was among Republican candidates speaking at the Jerome Public Library. Suddenly more people filed in, coming from a wedding in a nearby park. And one asked a tough question demanding to know why the governor took over the room reserved for the bride and groom. The governor ended his event, and an apologetic lawmaker helped to rearrange the folding chairs for the newlyweds.

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