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.
A former state senator is challenging House Education Committee member Rep. Patrick McDonald in this Boise legislative race.
An Idaho Falls attorney is challenging Rep. Wendy Horman for her seat in the Idaho House.
Both candidates in this Ada County legislative race say education and the economy are their top priorities.
Rep. Ronald Nate, R-Rexburg, is being challenged by a co-worker — fellow Brigham Young University-Idaho employee Doug Ricks in the upcoming May 17 legislative primaries.
A former police officer said he was recruited to challenge Rep. Judy Boyle. Michael Dolton is critical of the two trips Boyle took to visit the armed occupiers at the wildlife refugee outside Burns, Ore.
The Republican primary pits political newcomer Jake Stephens, who works in the transportation and freight industries, against Rep. Ryan Kerby, a retired educator.
Two Coeur d’Alene attorneys are on a collision course for the GOP nomination after challenger fulfills promise to run against incumbent.
There is plenty at stake for the Legislature’s two education committees and the budget-setting committee.