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Funding And Expenditures For Governor's Cup Raises Ethical Questions

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The Governor's Cup has Idahoans contributing to play golf and shoot guns to raise money for scholarship funds.

One of former Governor Butch Otter's legacies is the Governor's Cup, an annual tournament that includes golf and skeet shooting. It was established to raise funds for scholarships, but questions are being asked about the cost of the tournament and whether it serves as anything more than a political networking event. The Cup has provided educational funds for some 250 Idahoans, but at what cost?

Samantha Wright is a news reporter and producer for Idaho Matters.