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