The East Idaho district hoping to pass a record-breaking bond issue on Tuesday is also gauging other options if the measure fails. Critics are crying foul.
Tuesday’s vote brought to an end an often-bitter battle within the Republican Party. Across the state and up and down the ticket, mainstream Republicans and hardline conservatives sought to seize control of the state’s prevailing political party.
Brush up on the historic May 17 primary, which carries big implications for K-12, possible shakeups in statewide offices and 105 legislative seats up for grabs.
The bulk of requested funds next week — a combined $176.9 million — comes in the form of bond issues for new and improved infrastructure in four districts.
An EdNews analysis of 43 candidates’ campaign finances found that 45% of their fundraising wasn’t reported until after polls closed.