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Plenty of jabs in Idaho debate

BOISE – Republican U.S. House hopeful Raul Labrador came out swinging at a debate Tuesday, criticizing opponent Vaughn Ward for his lack of political experience and for wavering on earmarks and other issues. Ward, a U.S. Marine and former John McCain aide, countered that he had taken steps to correct mistakes on the campaign trail, jabbed at Labrador’s stance on immigration reform and stressed the need for more veterans in Congress, not “status quo” politicians.

Arizona law casts shadow over Idaho House race

Arizona’s law targeting undocumented immigrants is casting a shadow on an Idaho U.S. House race, with Republican candidate Raul Labrador saying today the federal government should send the military to the Mexican border because state-by-state solutions like Arizona’s won’t be effective.

Ward campaign discloses more assets

BOISE – Republican U.S. House hopeful Vaughn Ward on Tuesday released a new U.S. House financial disclosure detailing about $110,000 worth of family assets he hadn’t included in a similar report last year. U.S. House candidates and members must disclose most assets, including from spouses, worth more than $1,000.