The Idaho Republican State Central Committee will consider adopting a rule in January that would strip the Idaho Young Republicans, the College Republicans and the Idaho Republican Women’s Federation of voting rights on the party’s state executive board.
The Kootenai County Republican Central Committee announced U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, will be the keynote speaker for its Lincoln Day Dinner in February, one of the committee’s largest fundraising events.
WASHINGTON – Northwest Republicans on Wednesday reacted cautiously to former President Donald Trump’s announcement the night before that he would make a third run for the White House, reflecting their party’s ambivalence toward the man who has for years dominated GOP politics.
Idaho legislative leaders are bracing for challenges that come with record turnover, as 39 first-time state legislators will take their seats when the 2023 session gavels in Jan. 9 at the Idaho State Capitol.
The number of votes counted in Jerome County were incorrectly reported on the Idaho Secretary of State’s office website, which made it appear that a Democratic candidate won a House seat, the Jerome County Elections Office said in a press release Thursday.
The Idaho Secretary of State’s office updated vote counts from Teton County on Thursday, after the county discovered one ballot box had not been processed. But the vote total did not change the outcomes of any state races, according to Deputy Secretary of State Chad Houck.
Idaho Republican Gov. Brad Little will be re-elected to a second term as governor, with the Associated Press calling the race for Little at 9:05 p.m. Mountain time on Tuesday, moments after polls closed in North Idaho.
Nov. 2—An updated economic forecast suggests Idaho will see a modest slowdown in employment growth next year, but won't dip into a recession regardless of what happens nationally. The state Division of Financial Management released the updated forecast this week. It's based on the latest national forecast from IHS Markit, a London-based firm that provides global economic projections. A number ...
Two candidates for Idaho lieutenant governor said they hope to restore integrity to the office, after Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s single term was sullied by conflict with the governor and budget mishaps.
Oct. 19—A proposed face-lift of Moscow's 40-year-old downtown streetscape could mean more space for pedestrians, a reconfiguration of parking and new features in Friendship Square. On Tuesday, the city held its second public meeting to gather input on the project aimed at improving the aesthetic and function of the downtown area between Washington and Jackson streets. The first public meeting ...
A bill that would ban drag performances in all public venues will be introduced in the first days of the next session of the Idaho Legislature in January, Idaho Family Policy Center President Blaine Conzatti told the Idaho Capital Sun.
Because of the 2021 redistricting process, Idahoans across the state may find themselves living in a different legislative or congressional district when they cast their ballots in the Nov. 8 general election.
No charges or fines will be levied against the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee over its participation with a publication called The People’s Pen after an investigation by the offices of the secretary of state and the attorney general.