Idaho’s U.S. Senators’ Risch and Crapo explained their concerns at the GOP Convention

Idaho’s U.S. Senators’ Risch and Crapo explained their concerns at the GOP Convention »Play Video
The national debt and freedom was addressed at the Governor’s lunch.
MOSCOW, ID - U.S. Senators Jim Risch and Mike Crapo also spoke at the Governor's lunch in the Kibbie Dome Friday afternoon.

They explained their concerns about the Democratic Majority in D.C.

"Since I got there, Barak Obama has taken the national debt from ten trillion dollars to 17-trillion dollars and he'll have it easily doubled by the time he leaves office," said U.S. Senator Jim Risch.

"We're engaged in a fight for our freedom in this country," said U.S. Senator Mike Crapo. "And part of that fight is being engaged, in fact a key part of it is being engaged with regard to the United States Senate."

Both senators said they work as a team to bring Idaho's conservative values to the nations capitol, In fact Senator Crapo said they vote the same roughly 99% of the time. Risch was recently named 'The Most Conservative Senator' by the National Journal. He's up for re-election in November. He took almost 80% of the votes in the May Primary.