Spencer Hutchings Announces Candidacy for House Representative Seat

Spencer Hutchings owns a gun store in Sagle, Idaho.
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We are at a point in our Republic when strong men must take a stand and sacrifice to do what is right for our nation. I will work to push back against the liberal agenda of taxing hard-working citizens into poverty.”

Spencer Hutchings, candidate for Idaho House of Representatives, District Seat 1A

SAGLE, Idaho – In a recent press release, Spencer Hutchings announced his plans to run as a Republican for the Idaho House of Representatives, District Seat 1A.

Hutchings owns Sheepdog Supplies, a gun store in Sagle and Westmond Ranch, a small 58 acre farm in in Sagle. He served as the treasurer for the Bonner County Republican Central Committee for several years.

Hutchings grew up in the Sierra Nevada mountains near Yosemite National Park. According the the release, he sold his business and left California when it was taken over by “the insane liberal policies.” He moved to Idaho with his wife of 26 years in 2012. They felt Idaho was a much better fit for freedom loving people such as themselves. “Idaho reminded us of the way California was before it was destroyed by liberals,” shared Hutchings.

Spencer Hutchings (Photo courtesy of Hutchings Campaign).

The release shows Hutchings has a varied background. He joined the United State Marine Corps fresh out of high school where he was a turboprop mechanic on KC-130’s. As a self-taught computer networking specialist, he owned a very successful computer networking company. Hutchings was also construction project manager for one of the largest hospital firms in the nation for ten years, after which he decided to pursue “a more ethical line of work,” so he opened a gun store in California.

Throughout his business ventures, Hutchings spent time as a volunteer for the NRA, running Friends of the NRA fund raisers that raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to help fund firearms education and training for youth and women’s programs.

“We are at a point in our Republic when strong men must take a stand and sacrifice to do what is right for our nation,” asserted Hutchings. “I will work to push back against the liberal agenda of taxing hard working citizens into poverty. I will fight to end the illegal invasion of our state by those who would take advantage of our generous nature while robbing us and our children of the future we have worked so hard for.”

Hutchings continued, “I align myself with the Idaho Freedom Caucus and hold fast to their agenda to take back and expand freedom and liberty in our state.”

“I will do everything in my power to expel special interests that harm the average citizens from Idaho politics,” stated Hutchings. “The average working man has been abandoned by most of the current representation. This is unacceptable.”

Hutchings asks citizens to consider, “If our representatives do not work on behalf of the average working man, what is their purpose?”

He believes most representatives are working to enrich themselves. “This is not what our nation is about, it’s just plain theft,” stated Hutchings. “Working people are being robbed to line the pockets of swamp creatures and the people that fund them. It must stop. If you elect me I will work for the average citizens to stop this. I know I can do this job for the people because I’m one of them.”