Election Day is just around the corner. Here’s how you can get informed between now and Nov. 6.
The Idaho Education Association and the Idaho School Boards Association have endorsed the measure, which will appear as Proposition Two on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Here’s a look at what’s different — and the same — this time around.
The nominees begin the race to the Nov. 6 election with depleted bank accounts — and Democratic nominee Paulette Jordan holding an edge over Republican Brad Little.
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.