A few months ago, 1st Congressional District Rep. Raul Labrador said he’d make his political plans known by midyear. Now, he says an announcement is still a couple months away.
Democrats have three or four potential candidates for governor, and another three or four potential candidates for superintendent of public instruction, state party chairman Larry Kenck says. But Kenck isn’t naming names.
Meridian School Superintendent Linda Clark presides over Idaho’s largest school district, but she says she has no aspirations to run for state superintendent of public instruction.
A boatload of criticism? In a guest opinion, the chairman of the state’s Democratic Party takes on Gov. Butch Otter, Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna and House Speaker Scott Bedke.
Where do the state’s key political leaders and stakeholders stand on the controversial Common Core standards? Here’s a deeper look, along with some key quotes.