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VOTERS GUIDE: May 19 primary election ballot items

Idaho extends deadline to request absentee ballot until May 26

Idaho's first mail-in primary moves ahead amid coronavirus

Rock Creek Fire District looks to pass mill levy in upcoming election

Hagerman Fire Protection District Seeks temporary override levy in upcoming election

Hailey ask voters to extend local option tax to 2050

Commissioner Brent Reinke runs for reelection against business owner Dave Hansen

Burley puts $165K street levy to voters

Wendell School District asks voters to renewal $600K supplemental levy

Bliss School District seeks increase in plant facilities levy

Jerome School District seeks approval of $26M bond

Lincoln County reminds voters to request an absentee ballot

Twin Falls mayor expects to see a great voter turnout in May primary election

Changes for Twin Falls County residents casting ballots for May primary

Steve Pankey speaks on running for sheriff

Idahoans to vote via absentee ballots in the May 19 primary election

Idaho Secretary of State asks Governor Little to delay May Primary Election

Biden wins Idaho presidential primary

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Posted: 05/04/2020 - Biden made the request Friday after delivering his first public comments responding to the allegation from former staffer Tara Reade that he sexually assaulted her in the basement of a Capitol Hill office building in the spring of 1993. Biden has denied the allegation.

Updated: 05/04/2020 - Public health leaders in the administration tout their new testing plan, while outsiders suggest going back to the drawing board.

Updated: 03/13/2020 - Amid cancellations across the U.S. and increasing concern, President Donald Trump also banned U.S. travel to Europe for 30 days, beginning Friday at midnight.

Posted: 02/19/2020 - Gray DC talked with FAA Deputy Administrator Dan Elwell about what the grants mean for the airports.

Posted: 02/13/2020 - Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli explained how the New York policy could expand to other sanctuary cities.

Updated: 02/10/2020 - The Governors discuss topics like repairing the nation's roads, lowering healthcare costs and battling the opioid epidemic.