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M 2011 Idaho General Election

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*Blue represents leader

Council Seat 1

520
Candidate Pct
Loren “Ron” Edinger 71.90%
Adam Graves 28.10%

Council Seat 5

528
Candidate Pct
Steve Adams 56.10%
John Bruning 33.30%
Amber Copeland 10.60%

Council Seat 1

529
Candidate Pct
Kerri Thoreson 59.40%
Joe Bodman 27.80%
Jim Edgington 12.80%

Council Seat 3

530
Candidate Pct
Joe Malloy 69.80%
Scott Grant 30.20%

Council Seat 5

531
Candidate Pct
Skip Hissong 60.90%
Barry Rubin 39.10%

City Council

533
Candidate Pct
Tim Timmins 61.10%
Kris LaMarr 38.90%

Hayden Mayor

532
Candidate Pct
Ronald McIntire 64.80%
Nancy (Taylor) Lowery 35.20%


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Court won’t hear redistricting appeal

BOISE – The Idaho Supreme Court stepped in Wednesday and halted two top GOP leaders’ power play over redistricting that was threatening to delay the state’s primary election. The court ruled that House Speaker Lawerence Denney and Idaho Republican Party Chairman Norm Semanko didn’t make their case to get the court to order Secretary of State Ben Ysursa to declare two vacancies on the state’s citizen redistricting commission and allow them to appoint new commissioners.


Redistricting fracas divides Idaho GOP

Here’s a link to our full story at spokesman.com on today’s drama over redistricting, with the timing of the state’s primary election hanging in the balance and the fracas dividing Idaho’s supermajority Republican Party. The Idaho Supreme Court stepped in today, halting a move by…


Redistricting fracas divides Idaho GOP

The Idaho Supreme Court stepped in Wednesday and halted a power play over redistricting by two top GOP leaders that was threatening to delay the state’s primary election.


Statehouse reactions: ‘She bleeds Republican,’ ‘Always a fracas on reapportionment’

The first-floor rotunda of the State house was packed just now for a reception honoring longtime University of Idaho chief lobbyist Marty Peterson upon his retirement; the talk of the crowd as it milled around, amid congratulations to Peterson, was this afternoon’s Idaho Supreme Court…


Idaho Supreme Court dismisses petition from Denney and Semanko

The Idaho Supreme Court has issued an order denying the petition from House Speaker Lawerence Denney and Idaho GOP Chairman Norm Semanko asking the court to order Secretary of State Ben Ysursa to declare two vacancies on the state’s citizen redistricting commission; you can read…


Former Gov. Batt weighs in - strongly - on redistricting dispute…

Former Idaho Gov. Phil Batt, who also is a former Idaho state GOP chairman and widely considered the architect of the party’s dominance in the state, has submitted a guest opinion to the Idaho Statesman newspaper decrying the moves by current party Chairman Norm Semanko…


GOP wants Supreme Court to order Ysursa to declare redistricting vacancies

About half an hour ago, House Speaker Lawerence Denney and Idaho GOP Chairman Norm Semanko filed a Petition for Writ of Mandamus in the Idaho Supreme Court, calling on the court to “immediately” order Idaho Secretary of State Ben Ysursa to declare two vacancies on…


Denney, Semanko say they want Forrey and Cross as new redistricters…

The Idaho Republican Party says its chairman, Norm Semanko, and House Speaker Lawerence Denney have made their choices for two new redistricting commissioners: Denney’s chosen former state lawmaker Bob Forrey of Nampa, and Semanko has chosen Angela Cross of Post Falls. The party also said…


Idaho GOP in intense internal fight over redistricting

Idaho’s dominant Republican Party on Monday deepened an intense internal fight, with the state GOP chairman and House speaker announcing they’d fired two of their own redistricting commissioners, at least in part because they hadn’t helped the party enough.


AP: Idaho GOP deepens ‘intense internal fight’ over redistricting…

Idaho’s dominant Republican Party on Monday deepened an intense internal fight, the AP reports, with the state GOP chairman and House speaker announcing they’d fired two of their own redistricting commissioners, at least in part because they hadn’t helped the party enough. Meanwhile, the two…





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