Elections have consequences. And implications. Let’s spin Tuesday night’s election results forward.
A Facebook post promoted by one of the billionaire’s companies has reached hundreds of Idahoans since Saturday night.
Originally, the state said it would release the test scores in October. Now, the scores might not be unavailable until after Tuesday’s election.
Will Tuesday’s state superintendent election come down to the wire — and remain undecided into Wednesday? Could there be an upset? We crunch the numbers.
Here are tips for how and where to vote — plus guidance for last-minute cramming (totally allowed).
Major Republican donor and billionaire Frank VanderSloot will support Cindy Wilson, a Democrat who’s challenging Republican incumbent Sherri Ybarra in next week’s midterm election.
Both camps confirmed that KTVB is organizing an Oct. 29 event.
Idaho Education News took a closer look at what state superintendent Sherri Ybarra said about her controversial safety plan.
The vast majority of legislative races won’t be competitive, so keep an eye out for these five races on Nov. 6.