Clark Corbin, Idaho Capital Sun

Idaho Secretary of State’s Office launches revamped Vote Idaho website

New website billed as one-stop election resource for candidates and voters alike.

Idaho GOP won’t allow news media inside upcoming presidential caucus

Only registered Republicans and their minor children will be allowed in caucus sites on March 2, state party officials say.

What to expect at Idaho GOP’s caucus on March 2

Idaho Republicans will help pick their party’s nominee for president at 210 sites throughout the state.

Democratic Reps. Chew and Nash have substitutes serving for them in Idaho House

Former Boise schools superintendent Don Coberly is serving as a long-term substitute during 2024 Idaho legislative session.

JFAC strikes Health and Welfare administrative budget over child care program audit

The showdown centers on uncorrected issues flagged in August, in a stinging audit of a child care grant program.

Significant changes coming to how legislators on JFAC set state budgets

Budget changes, school funding, Medicaid and election year politics are all on tap for discussion this year.

Idaho legislative session kicks off Jan. 8

In May, all 105 seats in the Idaho Legislature expire and will be up for election.

Idaho Gov. Brad Little says state is well-prepared for uncertain economic future

Idaho’s top two statewide elected officials said Wednesday that the state is well-positioned to ride out economic uncertainty created by the collision of inflation and high interest rates with rapid growth officials are still taking stock of. Gov. Brad Little and Lt. Gov. Scott Bedke were among the speakers during the 77th annual Associated Taxpayers…

Idaho releases first state revenue report following transition to Luma system

Income, corporate and sales taxes come in at a combined $38.8M behind state projections.

Property tax cuts coming for Idaho homeowners through new state law

Homeowners will find out how much they will save on their November bill.