Want to get in touch with the state superintendent-elect? It doesn’t look like you’ll find her on Facebook and Twitter these days.
How and where did Sherri Ybarra win on Election Night? Here’s a closer look at the vote counts.
Politics in the Twitter age: Dueling parody accounts surface one day after Sherri Ybarra’s election as state superintendent.
The vote tally was narrow all night. The outcome wasn’t clear until Ada County’s final ballots were counted Wednesday morning.
The Republican superintendent’s candidate has an election catchphrase. Or three. And here they are.
The state superintendent’s race is the closest statewide election, according to a poll released Saturday. Republicans hold double-digit leads in other statewide races.
Remember the superintendent candidate’s catchphrase contest? Winners will be announced at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Election Day.
More than 200 people attended the student-run debate at Compass Academy.
A group of 80 students from Compass Academy handled every aspect of a superintendent debate between Sherri Ybarra and Jana Jones.
The state superintendent’s candidate says the civil claim over a family loan is false; her attorney calls the claim politically motivated. A court hearing is scheduled for Nov. 7.
Sherri Ybarra has taken some time off from the Mountain Home School District to run for state superintendent. But the campaign and the district are saying little about the details.
Will Sherri Ybarra’s misstatements affect the outcome of the Nov. 4 election — or will the GOP superintendent’s candidate win anyway?
Sherri Ybarra says she has winners in her campaign catchphrase competition. But she hasn’t announced the winners yet.
As a former chief deputy superintendent of public instruction, Jones says her experience sets her apart.
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.
Sherri Ybarra said she is running for the full-time state superintendent’s post, in part, to make up for her sporadic record of voting.
Candidates differ on major budget priorities, go on the offensive as Election Day nears.
Republican Superintendent nominee Sherri Ybarra has not voted in a statewide general election since moving to Mountain Home in 1996, county records show.