Before you cast your ballot in the upcoming primaries and general election, read the stories included here for more information on candidates and issues.
Idaho State Superintendent of Public Instruction Democratic candidate Stan Olson makes stop in Lewiston, says office has become to politicized.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Keith Allred making swing through North Central Idaho, says governor was too quick to approve of transport of big gear on U.S. 12.
Optical scan ballots make their debut, auditor says absentee voting way up over last primary election.
Vaughn Ward and Raul Labrador have railed against earmarks and lashed out at the reach and spending of the federal government, both actively seeking the support of tea party voters.
Democrats Ron Wittman and Mike Acree on ballot for District 2 Nez Perce County Commissioner; Wittman is the incumbent and Acree the challenger
Republican Congressional hopeful Raul Labrador visits Lewiston, says it's time for a change of culture in the nation's capital.
Republican Senator Mark Schoesler and Representative Susan Fagan critical of state spending.
Washington Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate Paul Akers is flying his private plane around the state, spreading his political message.
Democrat Keith Allred says state needs balance in government; Allred was campaigning in Lewiston over the weekend.
Governor Butch Otter launches his campaign and makes a trip to northern and central Idaho as part of the launch; Otter defends decision to sue the federal government over health care reform.
Supreme Court Justice Roger Burdick pays a visit to north central Idaho, as he campaigns in his race for re-election against 2nd Dist. Judge John Bradbury.
2nd District Judge John Bradbury is seeking a seat on the Idaho Supreme Court. Bradbury says the current system of selecting judges is doing an 'end run' around the Idaho Constitution.
Second District Judge John Bradbury says Clearwater County has suffered the most from Supreme Court decision regarding his residency.
Last Friday was the deadline for candidates looking to run in the Idaho primary. Write in candidates will be accepted until May 11th. Idaho's primary is May 25th.
If you are interested in running for election in this May's Idaho primary, you have until the end of this week to file your paperwork.