Election night was every bit as turbulent — and startling — as the campaign that led up to it. Let’s break down the results, and look ahead.
GOP Lt. Gov. Brad Little said he opposes the 3.5 to 5 percent fee increases, approved last week. Democratic candidates A.J. Balukoff and Paulette Jordan also voiced concerns about college affordability.
The two Republican candidates for state superintendent combined to raise only $8,600 in the second half of 2017. Meanwhile, Democrats are still searching for a candidate of their own.
In 2014, Tommy Ahlquist called a $600,000 state pilot a low-risk starting point to address pre-K. Now, the Republican gubernatorial candidate says he opposes state funding for pre-K.
As of early Wednesday, Republicans were poised to expand their supermajority in the Idaho Legislature after flipping three House seats and one in the Senate.
Voters will settle a host of high-profile legislative primaries, decide on two dozen school bond issues and levies — and weigh in on the West Ada recalls.