2018 elections

Wilson outraised Ybarra in superintendent’s race

More than $425,000 in third-party spending backed the Democratic candidate’s unsuccessful run.

CWI to seek recount on building levy

The $39 million proposal fell 144 votes shy of passage, out of nearly 232,000 votes cast.

Teton, Moscow pass school levies

In Aberdeen, a 10-year plant facilities levy fell short of the required two-thirds supermajority.

Election 2018: What happened, and what it means for 2019 and beyond

Elections have consequences. And implications. Let’s spin Tuesday night’s election results forward.

Little wins Idaho’s governor race

In other news, the College of Western Idaho’s levy failed as did bond measures in Middleton.

VanderSloot funds anti-Ybarra Facebook campaign

A Facebook post promoted by one of the billionaire’s companies has reached hundreds of Idahoans since Saturday night.

From Teton to Middleton to Moscow, school bonds and levies dot Tuesday’s ballot

The big-ticket item of the night: a $39 million levy for a new building at the College of Western Idaho. Meanwhile, the Middleton School District is going to voters with a trio of bond issues.

The governor’s race: what you need to know

On Tuesday, Idaho voters will elect their first new governor in a dozen years. What’s at stake for education? Here’s a study guide.

Sunshine reports: Ybarra picks up pace; third-party donors back Wilson

Democratic challenger Cindy Wilson and her supporters could heavily outspend Republican incumbent Sherri Ybarra. A fledgling pro-Wilson group received more than $180,000 in the first three weeks of October.

Another pro-Wilson TV ad hits the airwaves

The Idaho Education Association has put nearly $250,000 into its ad campaign criticizing incumbent Sherri Ybarra, Betsy Russell of the Idaho Press reported.