The three major candidates — Tommy Ahlquist, Raul Labrador and Brad Little — are fundraising aggressively in the runup to the May 15 Republican primary. It’s early, but fundraising in the Democratic primary is off to a slow start.
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.
An Idaho Falls attorney is challenging Rep. Wendy Horman for her seat in the Idaho House.
Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill and Rep. Marc Gibbs are backing Doug Ricks, who will oppose Rep. Ron Nate in the May 17 GOP primary.
Democrat Jana Jones enjoyed nearly a 5-to-1 fundraising advantage in the open race for state schools superintendent.
Was the resounding defeat of Propositions 1, 2 and 3 a one-off, or a political aberration? Tuesday’s results suggest it.
The numbers are final (finally) in the state superintendent’s race. Here are some early Twitter reactions.
Lt. Gov. Brad Little, Attorney General Lawrence Wasden and Treasurer Ron Crane win handily. Democrats poised to make some legislative gains.
Numbers, news and analysis from Election Night 2014.
Looking for the latest fundraising news from the key Idaho elections? Check this running blog post.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate pumped nearly $1 million into his campaign from Oct. 1 through Oct. 16.
Sherri Ybarra is touting her front-line education experience in her first run for statewide office. But her campaign has been marked by self-inflicted gaffes and sporadic fundraising.
The joint budget committee’s powerful co-chairs back Ybarra, but the campaign’s own endorsement lists include seven of the committee’s 20 members.
Sherri Ybarra is admitted to the University of Idaho’s doctoral program in education, while Jana Jones received a doctorate in 2001.
Three statewide races are within the statistical margin of error — but all three races could well break Republican.