The two secretary of state’s candidates met Monday at a City Club of Boise forum.
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.
Can’t tell the endorsements without a scorecard? Not to worry. Here’s the rundown from the GOP race for secretary of state.
Former Gov. Phil Batt endorsed Phil McGrane Thursday — two days after retiring Secretary of State Ben Ysursa endorsed McGrane as his successor.
Retiring Secretary of State Ben Ysursa says Phil McGrane is best prepared to carry on the office’s “well-earned reputation of fairness, efficiency and service.”
State Rep. Holli Woodings, a Boise Democrat, pledges to defend parents’ and students’ interests on the state Land Board — and to maintain nonpartisanship in the state’s elections process.
Rep. Holli Woodings, D-Boise, has filed preliminary paperwork for a possible campaign for secretary of state. Plus more political news.
Rep. Luke Malek, a first-term lawmaker from Coeur d’Alene, has decided against joining the crowded field of Republicans running for secretary of state.
By day’s end, four Republicans will be in the running to succeed retiring Secretary of State Ben Ysursa.
This one is Pocatello Republican Evan Frasure, who served in the Legislature from 1990 to 2002. He says his experience teaching high school government and civics is a selling point.