Counties across Idaho are certifying their election results this week, and for one candidate Election Day and the days after have been a roller coaster ride for her, with the vote going from in her favor, to her challengers due to an error. However, she managed to keep her composure and go against national trends when results don’t go the candidates way.
The passing of a revenue bond in Ketchum means the city will have better control over cost increases for water users as infrastructure improvements are made to maintain Department of Environmental Quality standards.
The unofficial Idaho Election Results are still being sorted through, and as expected the Idaho Republican Party is holding onto its majority control across the state, but Idaho Democrats feel they made some progress this election cycle.
The District 26 State Senate seat is going to have some new representation after this election, in part due to Democratic State Senator Michelle Stennett not running for re-election. Now for this time in more than ten years, a Republican has a good chance of winning the seat.
The Midterm Elections are about a week away, and here in Twin Falls voters will have a choice between two conservative candidates in District 25 State Senate race, but only one of them is running as a registered Republican.