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Albion voters passed mayor recall

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Democratic candidates back Proposition 2, opponents say it could cut school funding

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Jordan staffer left over campaign's ties to tribal PAC

Idaho coalition to fight historical horse racing initiative

Twin Falls schools mull emergency levy to accommodate increased students

Filer residents to vote on formation of cemetery district

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Republican Party opens Dist. 26 campaign office in Blaine County

Idaho gets $3.2M in grant money for election security

Rural Idaho counties have more active voters than urban ones

Idaho panel: Implement fines for campaign finance violations

Richfield schools seeking to pass a $4 million bond

Gooding, Richfield school districts seek voter levy, bond approval in Aug. 28 election

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Posted: 12/06/2018 - The top legislative leaders in the Idaho Statehouse have retained their positions for the upcoming legislative session.

Updated: 10/23/2018 - Learn about the candidates, where to vote, and more on our elections page!

Updated: 09/15/2018 - Two of the top staffers for Idaho Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan have resigned with less than two months left before the Nov. 6 election.

Updated: 06/29/2018 - Lieutenant Governor Brad Little stopped by KMVT as he makes his way east to Pocatello where the Republican GOP Convention is being held at Idaho State’s Holt Arena.

Posted: 05/12/2018 - A campaign mailer claims a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor of Idaho is a foreign agent and has other agents funneling cash into his campaign.

Posted: 04/09/2018 - Idaho Republican gubernatorial candidate Tommy Ahlquist once promised to sign legislation allowing for the prosecution of women who have had abortions, while challenger Lt. Gov. Brad Little offered tepid support for the proposed bill but doubted the proposal would stand up in court.