Republican Dean Kinzer said that the commissioners' decision to increase funding for the development from $9 to $15 million is one of the main reasons why he is running to take over the Whitman County Commissioner District 2 position.
Democratic candidate and former Idaho County Commissioner Jim Rehder said he's ready to represent the county once again.
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers made appearances in Pullman and Clarkston Friday.
There are four candidates running for the two open county commissioner positions in Whitman County, and the district 2 incumbent is the only candidate that supports the Hawkins Development.
Republican Nez Perce County Sheriff Candidate Joe Rodriguez says his ambition and youth sets him apart from his opponent.
Over the last few weeks, we've introduced you to nine of the local candidates on the Latah County ballot.
In Latah and Benewah counties, Cindy Agidius is the the republican candidate running for Legislative Seat 5-A.
District 7 Idaho State Senator Sheryl Nuxoll said she concerned about the current leadership of our country and if re-elected is ready to fight as a senator for more conservative practices.
Rich Cowan, a candidate for the Washington Fifth Congressional District touched base with constituents Wednesday in Clarkston.
Gresham Bouma is the republican candidate for Idaho's District 5 State Senator.
Republican candidate and current Idaho County Commissioner Jim Chmelik said it's time to create opportunities for the future of District 3.
Republican candidate for District 7 Position B State Representative Paul Shepherd said he's ready to finish what he started at the state level.
Democratic candidate for Clearwater County Commissioner District 3 John Allen said it's time the county commissioners work as a team.
Democratic candidate and current Clearwater County Commissioner Don Ebert said his successful 10 years as commissioner should earn him a re-election.
In November, voters in Idaho's District Five will decide if they'd like to re-elect Democratic state Senator Dan Schmidt, who has been serving as Senator of District Six for the last two years.
Ken De Vries is the Republican candidate running for the Idaho state House of Representatives in Legislative District 5, Position B.
Daniel Santiago is the Republican candidate for the District 6 Position B seat in the Idaho State House of Representatives.
Independent Idaho State Senate candidate Jon Cantamessa said his experience and leadership with local government makes him the right person to represent District Seven.
Kim Geist Jr. is running for PUD Commissioner District 1.
Democratic candidate for the Idaho State Senate John Bradbury says if elected he's ready to fight for what he thinks Idaho needs.
Current Asotin County Public Utility District Commissioner for District 1 Don Nuxoll said he wants your vote this November so he can continue working on projects he's put in motion during his term.
Shirley Ringo is the Democratic candidate running for Idaho State Representative in Legislative District 5, Position B.
Democratic candidate and current Idaho State Representative Doctor John Rusche said his political experience sets him apart from his opponent.
Incumbent Wayne Rausch has been the Sheriff in Latah County for eight years.
Idaho State Senator, District 6 candidate and Republican Dan Johnson believes the state government is heading the right direction and needs to continue down that path.
Citizens of Latah County will decide if they want to elect a new sheriff or continue to back the current one in November.
Asotin County Commissioner Democratic Candidate for District two Jim Fuller said he's ready to step back into the local government arena.
Republican candidate for Nez Perce County Commissioner Bob Tippett said if elected he'll add value to the county.
Bill Tensfeld is a republican who doesn't support the county funding the Hawkins Development.
Democratic Idaho First District Congressional candidate Jimmy Farris spoke with students and community members Monday at Lewis-Clark State College.
Walser was a farmer for more than 30 years and during that time, he gained experience in budgeting, payroll, marketing and planning.
Both Latah and Whitman County will elect a new County Commissioner for District 1 in the upcoming election, and in Whitman County the race is between two Republicans.
Republican candidate for the Asotin County Commissioner District 2 seat Richard Eggleston said he wants to be a voice for the people if elected.
The Lewiston native and current city councilor said she's the right person for the job because she's an aggressive advocate for responsible management of District 6 complex issues.
Idaho State Representative candidate Pete Gertonson said it's time the citizens of Nez Perce County's concerns are addressed.
Asotin County Commissioner District 1 Republican candidate Mark Wood said he'll bring management skills to the county if elected this November.