Election 2010 guide
A guide to major races and issues in the Inland Northwest for the August 2010 primary election.
Four people are running for two positions on the North Idaho College board of trustees.
Jody DeLuca Hissong faces Debbie Wilkey.
Democratic incumbent Dan English faces challenger Cliff Hayes, a Republican.
Rep. Bob Nonini, R-Coeur d’Alene, is facing Democratic challenger David Larsen.
Jai Nelson faces a write-in challenge from Commissioner Rick Currie, who lost in the Republican primary.
Rep. Marge Chadderdon, R-Coeur d’Alene, is being challenged by Mike Bullard.
Democrat Paula Marano and Republican Kathy Sims are facing off for the seat of retiring Rep. George Sayler.
Sen. John Goedde faces challenges from an independent and the Constitution Party.
Rep. Phil Hart, R-Athol, faces write-in challenge from Howard Griffiths.
Rep. Dick Harwood, R-St. Maries, is being challenged by Democrat Jon Ruggles.
Mary Lou Shepherd, D-Prichard, is being challenged by Republcian Shannon McMillan.
Mike Crapo faces two longshot candidates as he seeks a third term.
The Legislature has approved four proposed amendments to the Idaho Constitution that will appear on the ballot.
Vicky Dalton, seeking a fourth term, is challenged by Realtor Leonard Christian.
Six-year levy aimed at reducing dropout rate would raise $5 million annually.
Rep. Joe Schmick, of Colfax, faces an intraparty challenge from Glen Stockwell
Republican incumbet Bob Morton faces Democrat Barbara Mowrey.
Initiatives 1053 and 1107 would undo legislative actions on taxes.
Initiative 1082, Referendum 62 and resolutions 4220 and 8225 .
Timothy Note is challenging incumbent Debra Hayes
Both would end state control of liquor stores, but in different ways.
Would institute a “high earners” income tax on individuals who make more than $200,000 a year or couples who make more than $400,000.
Incumbent Tom Luna, a Republican, faces a challenge from Democrat Stan Olson.
GOP incumbent Butch Otter faces Democrat Keith Allred
Incumbent Democrat Walt Minnick faces GOP challenger Raul Labrador
Incumbent Chris Marr is being challenged by Republican Michael Baumgartner
Justice Richard Sanders faces Charlie Wiggins. Justice Jim Johnson advanced unopposed after August primary.
Laurel Siddoway secured re-election to the Division III seat in the August primary.
Vicki Horton is challenging incumbent Ralph Baker.
Incumbent Bonnie Mager, a Democrat, faces a challenge from Al French, a Republican.
Incumbent Steve Tucker, Republican, is being challenged by Frank Malone, a Democrat.
Incumbent John Discroll faces a challenge from Republican John Ahern, former officeholder.
Incumbent Timm Ormsby faces Republican Morgan Oyler.
Democrat Andy Billig faces Republican Dave White to fill the seat of retiring Rep. Alex Wood.
Incumbent Patty Murray, a Democrat, faces Republican Dino Rossi.
Incumbent Cathy McMorris-Rodgers faces Democrat Daryl Romeyn.