state superintendent’s race

GOP superintendents’ candidates to debate; Democratic debate is off

Organizers canceled the televised Democratic debate, saying one of the two candidates, Allen Humble of Boise, had failed to prove he is actively campaigning for the office.

UPDATED: What are Ybarra and Dillon saying about fundraising?

Idaho Education News contacted both Republican campaigns about their lackluster 2017 fundraising numbers.

Ybarra’s social media non-presence

Want to get in touch with the state superintendent-elect? It doesn’t look like you’ll find her on Facebook and Twitter these days.

Crunching numbers in the superintendent’s race

How and where did Sherri Ybarra win on Election Night? Here’s a closer look at the vote counts.

Weekend poll: Ybarra 46 percent, Jones 45 percent

The state superintendent’s race is the closest statewide election, according to a poll released Saturday. Republicans hold double-digit leads in other statewide races.

Your Sherri Ybarra catchphrase update

Remember the superintendent candidate’s catchphrase contest? Winners will be announced at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Election Day.

A $1.5 million spending spree in the governor’s race

Looking for the latest fundraising news from the key Idaho elections? Check this running blog post.

Ybarra, district mum about campaign leave of absence

Sherri Ybarra has taken some time off from the Mountain Home School District to run for state superintendent. But the campaign and the district are saying little about the details.

PROFILE: Jones joins race to push for new education direction

As a former chief deputy superintendent of public instruction, Jones says her experience sets her apart.

Superintendent’s candidates: comparing education resumes

Sherri Ybarra is admitted to the University of Idaho’s doctoral program in education, while Jana Jones received a doctorate in 2001.