Lucas Cayler

Cayler was born in Nampa and raised near Parma, ID. He was home-educated K-12 in Idaho before enlisting in the US Navy in 1999. As a civilian contractor with BAE Systems, he worked in Hawaii; after 2012, he settled in Idaho and joined Cobalt Truck Equipment in Nampa, where he has held varied roles for over ten years. Cayler has been divorced twice and does not have any children.

He is supported by the Idaho Freedom Foundation network of organizations, including Stop Idaho RINOs, Think Liberty Idaho PAC and Idaho Freedom PAC. During the COVID lockdown, Cayler helped Ammon Bundy with his People’s Rights Network and protested businesses with Bundy, who is now in hiding after losing a lawsuit and receiving a judgment for over 20 million dollars.

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Editorial • Editorial Board, Idaho Statesman • 05/16/2024

Lucas Cayler did not respond to requests by the Idaho Statesman editorial board to sit down for an endorsement interview. That made our decision in the District 11B House race easy — but it likely would have been easy regardless.

Sarah Chaney is a well-qualified candidate with good credentials who would be a thoughtful contributor to the House. Although we likely will disagree with several of her decisions and votes, we expect that she would approach problems thoughtfully and with concern for the constituents in her district.

The Editorial Board endorses Chaney for this reason.

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