Otter unlikely to attend campaign event, due to no change in health

Otter unlikely to attend campaign event, due to no change in health

by
Idaho Freedom Foundation staff
April 20, 2010
Idaho Freedom Foundation staff
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April 20, 2010

Gov. Butch Otter's health hasn't changed, according to his press secretary, Jon Hanian.  He said the governor could remain in a Boise hospital Tuesday night.  "We're just kind of waiting to see how he's doing," Hanian said.  The governor was admitted to a hospital Monday with flu-like symptoms and dehydration, and has missed some scheduled events.  "We've cleared his schedule (today), and some of the things I had for him tomorrow I've cleared," Hanian said.

Otter has a campaign event with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani planned for Tuesday evening.  An official with Otter's campaign said the event, which includes a $1,000-a-plate dinner, will still happen, though the governor may not be able to attend.

UPDATE: The governor's office released the following statement from Lori Otter Tuesday evening: “The governor and I want to express our thanks to all the folks who have sent us their kind thoughts and well wishes. As many hands as we shake, it was just a matter of time before he picked up a bug. He ran a high fever for a few days and became severely dehydrated, so he has been on fluids and antibiotics. He is now feeling better and we look forward to him heading home tomorrow.”

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