Rep. Russ Fulcher has a law-and-order message in his first bid for re-election to his seat in Congress representing western Idaho.
All-mail balloting led to a boost in turnout and late returns in Kootenai County, where several Republican primaries were up for grabs. But favorites in the federal races emerged from early returns Tuesday night.
The two questions on the ballot won’t be binding, but supporters say they hope voters will send a clear message to future decisionmakers.
Kootenai sheriff, candidate each claim the other is misleading public on contact tracing. Public health says law enforcement isn’t involved
Kootenai County Sheriff candidate John Grimm has for months published misinformation about COVID-19 pandemic response efforts on social media accounts affiliated with his campaign.
U.S. Rep. Russ Fulcher says he’s upheld conservative values and strong support for President Donald Trump while building strong relationships across Congress despite a strong political divide. His challenger, Nicholas Jones, believes his experience in small business makes him the better choice to represent the state in Congress.
It’s been a dozen years since a Democrat last won an election to serve North Idaho in Congress. But two Democrats joined the race hoping for the chance to replace incumbent Republican Rep. Russ Fulcher in Idaho’s 1st Congressional District in November.
Self-described traditional conservatives vie to replace Remington, represent northern Kootenai County
Both Republicans vying to replace Idaho state Rep. Tim Remington next year promise to uphold traditionally conservative values. Idaho’s first all-mail election is Tuesday, and several primaries for Legislative and other offices are on the ballot.
Idaho Democrats saw a 351% increase in voter participation statewide in the presidential primary Tuesday, as the party switched from doing a caucus to a primary.
Joe Biden won the Idaho Primary Tuesday night, continuing his Super Tuesday surge.
As Idaho’s primary inches closer, the state’s voters will have to choose a party and one of more than a dozen candidates who will be on the state’s presidential primary ballots.