The East Idaho district will run two ballot measures totaling more than $51 million on March 9. Some patrons say it’s too much, especially now.
Mike Kipp and Elizabeth Cogliati could be stripped of their school board roles come March 9.
You’ve heard a lot about the president’s race. Now, let’s talk about some Idaho races that could affect education policy.
Idahoans can still register and vote in-person on Election Day.
If they miss the deadline, Idahoans can still register in-person during early voting or on Election Day at the polls.
One district changed its plan to float a bond issue in the May election. Others could do the same.
Ballot measures in both the Lake Pend Oreille and Swan Valley school districts don’t include language detailing a levy’s potential impact on local taxpayers.