Though most can’t vote in the general election, Skyline High students turn to their schools mock elections to let their voiced be heard.
It was a good night for some key legislators. A rough night for hardline conservatives — or some of them, anyway. And another night of drama in West Ada.
Across the state, voters approved more than $51 million in school bond issues and supplemental levies.
However, seven incumbent lawmakers lost based on unofficial, final vote counts Wednesday morning.
The governor and the first lady headed a list of endorsements released Thursday.
Voters will settle a host of high-profile legislative primaries, decide on two dozen school bond issues and levies — and weigh in on the West Ada recalls.
A longtime military veteran is challenging one of the Legislature’s main budget writers for a House seat in the Magic Valley.
A political newcomer is taking on the most senior member of the Idaho Senate in a tough North Idaho Republican primary race.
This Ada County Senate race is a rematch of 2014’s Republican primary, which Den Hartog won 53.5 percent to 46.5 percent.
Otter is endorsing in 12 GOP legislative primaries Tuesday, the Associated Press reported.