More than $425,000 in third-party spending backed the Democratic candidate’s unsuccessful run.
A Facebook post promoted by one of the billionaire’s companies has reached hundreds of Idahoans since Saturday night.
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.
Seven presidents signed a joint endorsement Wednesday. One endorsement comes from the Mountain Home School District, where Sherri Ybarra worked.
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.
The Idaho Education Association has put nearly $250,000 into its ad campaign criticizing incumbent Sherri Ybarra, Betsy Russell of the Idaho Press reported.
In the 30-second ad, the state’s largest teachers’ union says incumbent Sherri Ybarra “can’t be trusted” to manage Idaho schools.
A number of claims in Friday’s statewide debate warrant a closer scrutiny.