Elections 2024

Idaho’s spendiest primaries: a look at the numbers

The spendiest legislative primary in Idaho is no surprise, and it isn’t even close. It’s the GOP rematch between Sen. Scott Herndon and former Sen. Jim Woodward.

Lewiston lawmaker withdraws from ballot

Rep, Mike Kingsley, R-Lewiston, has served in the House since 2016.

UPDATED: IEA revokes endorsement of Hill

The union’s decision might have limited impact. First-term Rep. Ted Hill, R-Eagle, is unopposed in this year’s GOP primary and general election.

Christensen withdraws from House challenge

Former state Rep. Chad Christensen of Ammon had filed to challenge Rep. Kevin Andrus, R-Lava Hot Springs.

Analysis: Must-watch GOP primaries loom. Expect some chaos.

Here are a dozen GOP legislative primary races you need to watch, and another dozen races you probably should watch. They stretch throughout the state — and include a few rematches.

UPDATED: The 2024 legislative field is set, and here’s what we learned today

It’s the final day for legislative candidates to turn in their campaign paperwork. We’ll track the deadline action here.

Campaign filings news: A flurry of primaries in Idaho Falls

Rep. Wendy Horman, one of the Statehouse’s most influential education budget-writers, has a GOP primary opponent.

Campaign filings news, March 5 edition

A few headlines, so far, from the legislative candidate filing period. Check back for updates throughout the filing window, which closes on March 15.

Campaign filing period opens Monday

All 105 legislative seats will be on the ballot. And even though the filing period is just getting started, the election is well underway.

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

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