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  • Idaho Democrats won't criticize Jordan. Why? They need her supporters.

    Saturday, May 12, 2018 - Melissa Davlin

    In a Democratic primary where candidates are almost identical on the issues, the conversation has turned to endorsements. In case you've missed the social media bickering and debate jabs from the last few weeks, here's a summary: Paulette Jordan has national support, touting endorsements from well-known progressives like […]   Read more


  • Follow the Money

    Friday, May 11, 2018 - Seth Ogilvie

    If money truly drives elections, we wanted to give you an idea of who is attempting to "buy" Idaho's First Congressional District. Over $1.2 million has flown into the campaign coffers of the six major Republican candidates. Much of that money has come from out of state and the candidates themselves. It can be hard to visualize […]   Read more


  • Primary Concerns

    Thursday, May 10, 2018 - Devon Downey

    Days before the primary election, candidates are being pulled from the ballot and then returned, and an investigation was reported as opened, closed, and then possibly opened again into a major gubernatorial candidate. All these things were initiated by the office of the Idaho Secretary of State — the person charged with […]   Read more


  • A "two-tiered system": Court considers undocumented workers' eligibility for disability benefits

    Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - Melissa Davlin

    In 2010, Elfego Marquez was tasked with painting an area over a tall doorway. The problem: There were no ladders available at the job site. After consulting with his boss, he stacked two buckets on top of each other, then climbed up to get to work. He fell […]   Read more


  • Early Signs

    Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - Devon Downey

    The election has already begun, and we're getting a sneak peek at who just might win. Both Democrats and Republicans have seen an increase in early and absentee votes compared with 2014. Democrats have seen their turnout increase by large margins and with some remaining unaffiliated, the trend looks even better for Dems. The numbers […]   Read more



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