Election 2018

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A Democratic gubernatorial candidate has officially resigned from the Idaho Legislature to focus on her campaign.

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Congressman Raul Labrador says he’ll fight to defend Idaho's right to define marriage, cut off federal funding to health clinics providing abortions, and support stronger gun rights if elected governor.


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While big money has been flowing into Idaho’s race for governor, candidates for an open congressional seat aren’t slacking on the fundraising either.

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An Idaho political action committee backed by a top Republican strategist and fundraiser has dissolved, according to documents filed with the secretary of state's office.

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North Idaho state Rep. Paulette Jordan (D-Plummer) is giving up her seat in the state House of Representatives to focus on her gubernatorial campaign.

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Boise businessman Tommy Ahlquist's campaign for governor said Friday the Republican candidate will submit an amended campaign financial disclosure report after it showed he paid a family member with campaign funds.

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Serious money is funneling into the race to replace Butch Otter as Idaho’s next governor.

 

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None of the major candidates for governor, Republican or Democrat, are sold on Gov. Butch Otter’s plan to hire a $200,000-a-year higher education “CEO.”

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Boise businessman A.J. Balukoff officially kicked off his second bid for governor in Pocatello Wednesday, attempting to be the first Democrat to win statewide office since 2002.

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Democratic state Rep. Paulette Jordan is entering the crowded race for Idaho’s governor.

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State Rep. Christy Perry (R-Nampa) says she's officially entering the crowded race of candidates vying for Idaho's open 1st Congressional District seat.

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Idaho businessman Anthony Joseph "A.J." Balukoff announced Thursday that he is running as a Democrat for governor in 2018, following an unsuccessful attempt nearly three years ago in the Republican-dominant Gem State.