Jim Gimpel, a professor of government at the University of Maryland in College Park, provided lots of interesting insights about the immigration issue and how to analyze the views of our candidates for Congress in the 1st District on the issue, as part of my three-part series on issues in that race this week. But Gimpel also had this to say at the end of the interview:
“The way things are going here in town seems pretty grim for Republicans maintaining control, so if Sali’s elected, he comes in as a member of the minority party.”
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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