Brad Little

Analysis: Six takeaways from Monday’s gubernatorial debate

An in-depth look at what the candidates had to say about taxes, teacher pay, pre-K — and each other.

GOP candidates raise $1.6 million in bid to succeed Otter

The three major candidates — Tommy Ahlquist, Raul Labrador and Brad Little — are fundraising aggressively in the runup to the May 15 Republican primary. It’s early, but fundraising in the Democratic primary is off to a slow start.

Brad Little, candidate for governor

Lt. Gov. Brad Little is one of three big-name Republicans seeking to succeed retiring Gov. Butch Otter. Here are his thoughts on Idaho education topics.

Little and Ahlquist talk education — and echo common themes

Speaking at the Idaho Association of School Administrators’ conference in Boise, the candidates sounded similar on policy — but disagreed on governing strategy.

Governor’s race: Sunshine reports shine a light on GOP divisions

The three major Republican candidates for governor raised nearly $1.5 million during the first six months of 2017.

Balukoff, Marley to run on ticket

Bert Marley, a former Idaho Education Association official, makes his run for lieutenant governor official. He will run on the Democratic Party ticket, alongside gubernatorial hopeful A.J. Balukoff.

Little backs local control, dual credit programs

Idaho’s lieutenant governor told educators how they can contribute to economic development and helped IASA officials recognize the state’s top administrators, including Superintendent of the Year Wiley Dobbs of Twin Falls.