Lt. Gov Busted for Speeding
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The state's lieutenant governor was ticketed for speeding on U.S. Highway 95 in northern Idaho. The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reports state police ticketed Lt. Gov. Brad Little last week for speeding between Lewiston and Moscow. Latah County court records show Little was found driving 76 mph when the speed limit was 65 mph. He is among a list of Idaho elected officials who've been busted for driving too fast. Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson was ticketed in 2006 for speeding in Blaine County, while records show former Democratic Rep. Walt Minnick was caught driving too fast in an Ada County school zone while running for office in 2008.