CDA Press: Yates Makes Case for No. 2 Position
Steve Cameron, CDA Press – It’s certainly fair to ask Steve Yates why he’s running to be lieutenant governor of Idaho. This is a gentleman who already has worked within the highest levels of the federal government — he was a deputy national security adviser in the White House at age 32 — and owns a resume that includes stints at the Heritage Foundation conservative think tank, as a liaison officer for the NSA at the Department of Commerce, as an aide to former Vice President Dick Cheney and as a member of President Donald Trump’s transition team.
VIDEO: Steve Yates Previews Trump’s UN Speech (Fox Business)
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Steve Yates On North Korea (The John Batchelor Show)
Steve Yates joined The John Batchelor Show on August 31st to talk North Korea. Originally on http://johnbatchelorshow.com.
How Idahoans Can Help Those Affected By Tropical Storm Harvey
As we see the news reports coming in about the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, many Idahoans are left wondering how we can help. We are encouraged by the stories of everyday heroes risking their lives to rescue families, children, and the elderly — many of which found themselves trapped by the unprecedented flooding […]
Steve Yates On North Korea (1310 KLIX)
Bill Colley | News Radio 1310 KLIX Long before he announced as a Republican for Lt. Governor in Idaho, former state party Chairman Steve Yates was in the thick of Asian politics. “The latest crisis with North Korea has many people asking what role China is playing” He was a national security adviser for Vice President […]
Idaho Lieutenant Governor Race: Who’s Running And How Are Their Finances?
Matt Guilhem, Boise State Public Radio – So far, five Republican candidates are jockeying to be Idaho’s next lieutenant governor. We have a look at the candidates, the job and the latest financial numbers from their campaigns.
VIDEO: Lieutenant Governor Candidate Talks About Idaho Beef Industry
Deanne Coffin, KPVI – For over a decade China has not allowed American beef to be imported into their country, until just recently when President Donald Trump’s administration secured a new agreement with the Chinese leaders.