The Republican state superintendent’s candidate says she will have ample opportunities to reach out to education stakeholders. She also touted a list of endorsements from 10 GOP legislators.
The GOP candidate for state superintendent declined to meet with education leaders at the annual event to instead attend Thursday’s meeting hosted by the State Department, she said in a press release Wednesday.
Democratic state superintendent’s candidate Jana Jones begins the general election with about $20,000 in hand — eclipsing Republican Sherri Ybarra’s meager $293 campaign balance.
The surprise Republican nominee for state schools superintendent begins the general election with $293.87 in her campaign war chest.
Republicans selected an educator who raised very little money and did little campaigning — but managed to win a four-way campaign.
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.
The GOP candidate for state superintendent has asked supporters to donate to local schools instead of contributing to his campaign.
Find out what the candidates think about raising taxes, Idaho’s new standardized tests and how they plan to improve Idaho’s reading scores.
Get caught up on the state superintendent’s race — and look ahead to next week’s round of pivotal campaign finance reports.
Cottonwood teacher John Eynon has taken a circuitous route to his first run for office.
American Falls middle school principal Randy Jensen wants to bring small-town flavor to statewide office.
The long-time teacher and administrator with the Mountain Home School District is experienced in the classroom but not the political arena.
At a City Club of Boise candidate forum Monday, Cottonwood teacher John Eynon staked out his political turf on Common Core, endowment issues and pre-K.
The four Republicans running for state schools superintendent squared off at a City Club of Boise forum. Here’s a summary of the Twitter chatter.
Find out where Eynon, Grover, Jensen and Ybarra stand on task force recommendations and the voter-repealed Props 1, 2 and 3 from the former Students Come First laws.
The fifth-generation Idahoan has always wanted to run for state superintendent and he’s been preparing for this moment all of his adult life.
Here, in full, is the April 30 Republican state superintendent candidates’ debate, in four easy-to-search sections.
… but how will the state superintendent’s candidates handle the inevitable politics of the job?
Three of the four GOP candidates share views on Common Core, testing and early childhood education.