East Idaho voters overwhelmingly OK’d a pair of levy renewals last night, but funding requests like an Emmett bond issue — meant to bankroll a new high school and gymnasium — were killed.
Ballot measures in both the Lake Pend Oreille and Swan Valley school districts don’t include language detailing a levy’s potential impact on local taxpayers.
Here’s a look at what’s different — and the same — this time around.
Plus news of another handful of East Idaho incumbents who lost their seats in Tuesday’s primaries.
The race is a rematch from two years ago, when Horman, R-Idaho Falls, defeated Neal 68 percent to 32 percent.
The GOP candidates differed in their picks for Idaho’s next governor, k-12 funding and sex ed.
It’s still unclear if growth will cancel out a tax hike; officials hope to break ground a year from now.