Final results of the statewide races and the Kuna school levy — and some surprising legislative results.
Gov. Butch Otter has raised at least $461,000 for his re-election campaign since Jan. 1. His key rival, Sen. Russ Fulcher has raised at least $154,000. And more from the sunshine reports.
Where did the state’s editorial pages come down on the key May 20 primary elections? Here’s a roundup.
What are the storylines lurking in the latest round of campaign finance reports? Here’s a look at five.
Thirty-one legislative incumbents, including multiple members of the House and Senate education committees, face primary challenges Tuesday.
It was freewheeling, and the quotes were flying. See how Wednesday night’s GOP gubernatorial debate played in the Twitterverse.
Public education received only scant mention during Wednesday’s hour-long debate. The four Republican gubernatorial candidates talked at length about public lands and intraparty strife.
The four Republican candidates for secretary of state seemed to agree on one point Tuesday night: natural resource development could help Idaho generate more money for K-12.
Republican attorney general’s candidate Chris Troupis says the state is meeting its constitutional mandate on school funding. Incumbent Lawrence Wasden said this is a question for the courts to decide.
‘Punishing Idahoans for having a difference of opinion or belonging to a different party is wrong,’ Democratic gubernatorial candidate A.J. Balukoff wrote in a fundraising email.