2018 State Superintendent Race

Wilson outraised Ybarra in superintendent’s race

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

How Wilson can win. How Ybarra can win. Mapping Tuesday’s election

Will Tuesday’s state superintendent election come down to the wire — and remain undecided into Wednesday? Could there be an upset? We crunch the numbers.

Treasure Valley union presidents endorse Wilson

Seven presidents signed a joint endorsement Wednesday. One endorsement comes from the Mountain Home School District, where Sherri Ybarra worked.

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.

VanderSloot endorses Wilson for superintendent

Major Republican donor and billionaire Frank VanderSloot will support Cindy Wilson, a Democrat who’s challenging Republican incumbent Sherri Ybarra in next week’s midterm election.

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.

Analysis: Ybarra’s school safety remarks don’t stand up to fact-check

Idaho Education News took a closer look at what state superintendent Sherri Ybarra said about her controversial safety plan.

Fact-checking endorsements from the superintendent’s debate

A number of claims in Friday’s statewide debate warrant a closer scrutiny.

Analysis: In a testy superintendent’s debate, narratives come into sharp focus

The two candidates exchanged barbs early and often on Friday.

Wilson: Ybarra’s school security plan ‘dead on arrival’

“Any proposal that didn’t include stakeholder input is bad,” the Democratic state superintendent candidate said Wednesday, in a joint interview with KIVI 6 On Your Side and Idaho Education News.