July fundraising reports will trickle in over the next few days, as candidates report their monthly activity.
Offering few specifics, Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin laid out a far-reaching to-do list for her first 100 days as governor.
Not all of Friday’s news was surprising. On the last day of the filing period, Gov. Brad Little filed for re-election, and Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin turned in her paperwork for a Republican primary challenge.
Idaho’s state superintendent of schools enters the race with name recognition, but it also means she’ll have to run on her track record.