HERNDON FOR SENATE INTERVIEW WITH NORTH IDAHO EXPOSED
Scott Herndon discusses his campaign for Idaho Senate – Sandpoint, Idaho
By Casey Whalen
Scott Herndon speaks about his organization Abolish Abortion Idaho which has been championing legislation against abortion in the state of Idaho. Mr. Herndon also speaks about his campaign for Idaho Senate (Herndon for Idaho Senate) and the possible redistricting that may play a role in the outcome.
He also discusses his ongoing appeal with the City of Sandpoint after his civil liberties were infringed on after attempting to open carry while attending the Festival at Sandpoint, a yearly music festival.
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