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Challengers Hope Hasson On The Run Both Parties Predict Tough Primary; Hormann Awaits The Winner

1. Steve Hasson 2. Kate McCaslin 3. Ron Hormann 4. Don Manning


Sam F. Cozza

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Royce Moe

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Terence M. Ryan

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Democratic Candidates Disagree On Funding But In Accord On Spending Enough To Oust Nethercutt

Democrats hoping to knock off U.S. Rep. George Nethercutt clashed Tuesday in Spokane over the right way to fund that challenge, but agreed they’d spend what they could to win. …


Terry Bergeson

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Ron Taber

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Chris Vance

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Senn Denies Conflict Over Campaign Donations Insurance Applicant Donates To Commissioner’s Campaign

State Insurance Commissioner Deborah Senn says she sees no conflict of interest in accepting campaign contributions from the head of a company that was applying to her office for a …


Democrats Battle To Challenge Nethercutt Sue Kaun, Judy Olson Follow Different Paths Toward Same Goal

1. Sue Kaun 2. Judy Olson 3. George Nethercutt 4. Susan Kaun, far left, greets women arriving for a political discussion held in a private home. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The …


Perot’s Overseas Investments Belie Rhetoric Of Lost Dollars Foreign Government Bonds Held By Candidate Top $450 Million

In between runs for the presidency, Ross Perot spent the last four years railing against the “giant sucking sound” of U.S. jobs and U.S. dollars going overseas. But at the …


Democrats Seek Fec Probe Into Chenoweth Land Deal

Idaho Democrats asked Tuesday for an investigation into a 1994 land sale that gave U.S. Rep. Helen Chenoweth’s campaign a needed boost before her first primary victory. The freshman Republican’s …


Candidates Say Budget In Trouble Six Rivals Seeking To Unseat Two Whitman County Officials

(From For the Record, Wednesday, August 21, 1996): Richard M. Dougherty, a Republican candidate for Whitman County commissioner, has raised $2,650 for the campaign. A story in Tuesday’s Spokesman-Review reported …


Delegation Sees No Cloud In Tobacco Firms’ Funds

They’re all nonsmokers from a state that grows no tobacco, but members of Idaho’s congressional delegation have collected thousands in campaign contributions from tobacco interests. Since 1992, the biggest beneficiary …


Tobacco Industry Pumps Money Into Idaho Races Industry Donates More Than $110,000 To Idaho Politicians

Idaho may not look like tobacco country, but the tobacco industry has pumped more than $110,000 into Idaho political campaigns in the last three years. And the industry pays four …


Inel Contractor Accused Of Illegal Campaign Against Initiative Foes Of Nuclear Waste Agreement Say Lockheed Martin Violating Campaign Laws

Sponsors of the “Stop the Shipments” anti-nuclear waste initiative claim an Idaho National Engineering Laboratory contractor is illegally campaigning against the initiative. A complaint filed Thursday with the Idaho secretary …


Chenoweth’s Land Sale Unproven Income Pivotal To ‘94 Campaign

There is still no public record proving Republican Rep. Helen Chenoweth actually sold Clearwater County property to underwrite her final push to the 1994 GOP congressional nomination. Idaho Democrats continue …


Campaign Report Filed With Apology

With an apologetic letter and better math, Bob Macdonald on Thursday attempted once and for all to explain how he paid for his failed re-election bid. The Kootenai County commissioner …


Norm Rice Returns Campaign Donation

Seattle Mayor Norm Rice has returned $6,550 in contributions to his Democratic campaign for governor because they’re restricted under an obscure section of the state’s campaign finance law. The contributions, …


Campaign Trail

Guess who’s coming to dinner WASHINGTON - When it comes to a dinner companion, more Americans would rather sit with retired Gen. Colin Powell than with President Clinton or Bob …


Letter Shows Donation Was Partisan In Nature Late Publisher Sent $60,000 To Coalition

A wealthy Ohio businessman sent the Christian Coalition a $60,000 contribution in 1992, telling the supposedly non-partisan group that he wanted to help fund a “massive distribution of literature” to …


Lack Of Cash Didn’t Stop Bear Hunting Measure Proponents Were Outspent 4-To-1, But Get Plan On Ballot

Relying overwhelmingly on volunteers, the Idaho Coalition United for Bears qualified its initiative to restrict bear hunting with just a quarter of the cash Idaho sportsmen spent trying to stop …


Craig, Minnick Both Free-Spenders

Larry Craig and Walt Minnick act as if they couldn’t possibly raise enough money in their fight for U.S. Senate. “We are facing a very serious challenger” with great personal …


Chenoweth Coffers Low Funds Aren’t Pouring In From Gop And Pacs

Congresswoman Helen Chenoweth finally is wresting campaign cash from supporters, but her pocketbook, to some, seems unseasonably light. The Idaho Republican’s bankbook now boasts $139,000, according to new federal election …


Amway Gives $1.3 Million For Gop TV Time

Amway Corp. confirmed Thursday it donated $1.3 million so the Republican Party can provide “unfiltered” coverage of its convention next month on cable television, a plan Democrats intend to challenge …


Gop Targets Clinton’s Tie To Labor Boss

President Clinton maintained a social and fund-raising relationship with the head of a union after the FBI told the White House counsel’s office the labor leader had ties to organized …


Record $81,000 Spent To Get Names Woman’s Quest For Term Limits Funded Mostly By Non-Idahoans

The North Idaho businesswoman hoping to pressure Congress into adopting a constitutional term limits amendment spent a record $81,000 through her campaign committee to collect the signatures needed to put …


Minnick Gives Party A Big Cash Boost Donations To Democrats Double The Usual Amount In 18 Months

Walter Minnick may be running uphill to oust Republican Sen. Larry Craig, but his entry into Idaho politics has meant a major cash infusion for the state’s struggling Democratic Party. …


Gop Accuses Williams Of Campaign Finance Violations House Candidate Alleged To Have Exceeded Limit With Nea Contribution

Dogged for nearly a year by U.S. Rep. Helen Chenoweth’s multiplying campaign finance irregularities, the most recent disclosed in a July 9 document, the state Republican Party on Monday moved …


Craig Tobacco Ties Cited By Opponent Senator’s Trip To Palm Springs Mentioned

The sniping between the campaign of Democrat Walt Minnick and Republican Sen. Larry Craig continued on Thursday with the challenger’s camp asserting the incumbent has “ties to big tobacco companies.” …