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Brody: ‘I feel like I’m waiting for a jury to come back’

Idaho Supreme Court candidate visits with voters at the Idaho GOP election-night watch party; with her two young sons, she also visited the Democratic Party election-night watch party a few miles away. (Betsy Z. Russell)
Idaho Supreme Court candidate visits with voters at the Idaho GOP election-night watch party; with her two young sons, she also visited the Democratic Party election-night watch party a few miles away. (Betsy Z. Russell)

Robyn Brody, candidate for the Idaho Supreme Court, stopped by both the Democratic and Republican party election-night gatherings this evening, with sons Jackson, 10, and Cooper, 8, in tow; she visited with voters, shook a few hands and mingled. She’s got her own election-night gathering set later at Juniper restaurant in downtown Boise. Asked what’s on her mind as she awaits the results in the four-way, nonpartisan Supreme Court race, Brody said, “I feel like I’ve got a jury out – I feel like I’m waiting for a jury to come back for a verdict.”

Brody, a Rupert attorney, faces longtime Deputy Idaho Attorney General Clive Strong, seven-term state Sen. Curt McKenzie, and Idaho Court of Appeals Judge Sergio Gutierrez in the four-way race. If none of the four gets a majority in today’s election, the two top vote-getters will go to a runoff in the November general election.




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Betsy Z. Russell
Betsy Z. Russell joined The Spokesman-Review in 1991. She currently is a reporter in the Boise Bureau covering Idaho state government and politics, and other news from Idaho's state capital.

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