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Deep Dive into the Race for Senate District 6
The last swing district race we will highlight here at the Idaho Bulletin is Senate District 6. These four districts — SD 6, 15, 26, and 29 — are arguably the swingiest in our state. Following a Primary Election where far right hardliners picked up a significant...
Anonymous complaint says Ammon Bundy repeatedly violated campaign finance laws
You’ve heard of October surprises on the campaign trail, right? Do we have a November surprise?? Well… maybe not a surprise — but at this late stage in the campaign, it’s been reported that Ammon Bundy may have spent tens of thousands of campaign donations enriching...
Deep Dive into the Race for Senate District 29
Today we continue to highlight swing district races and their candidates. These races will impact the balance of power in the Statehouse — not just between Democrats and Republicans, but importantly, they will help determine the direction of the GOP after far-right...
The dangerous partnership of two increasingly extreme entities: the Idaho Freedom Foundation and Ammon Bundy’s campaign.
Last week the Idaho Freedom Foundation’s (IFF) lobbying arm, the Idaho Freedom PAC, endorsed militia leader Ammon Bundy for governor. In a time of increasingly violent political rhetoric and actions in our country, and at a point in the campaign that has seen Bundy’s...
Deep Dive into the Race for Senate District 15
As we get closer to the General Election, the Idaho Bulletin will continue highlighting swing district races and their candidates. These races will impact the balance of power in the Statehouse — not just between Democrats and Republicans, but importantly, they will...
New Insights from Bundy’s Latest Campaign Finance Report
Ammon Bundy’s latest campaign finance report is worth taking a closer look at, and might just shed light on some of what’s motivating his longshot bid for governor. In the September report, the records show that he personally loaned his campaign $10,500 — thus...
Rep. Galloway Facing Complaint for Violation of Campaign Finance Rules, Cancels Fundraiser at Public School
Rep. Codi Galloway, who is running for State Senate, canceled her “Daddy-Daughter Dance” campaign fundraiser scheduled for September 2022 at Centennial High due to questions raised about the legality of holding such a partisan political event at a public school....
Arkoosh receives endorsements from an array of former top Idaho law enforcement individuals
More big endorsement news in the race for AG: “An array of former top Idaho law enforcement officers and officials endorsed Tom Arkoosh for Idaho attorney general today, citing concerns over rival Raul Labrador’s law enforcement positions. Those included pushing...
Deep Dive into the Race for Senate District 26
In the final weeks leading up to the General Election, the Idaho Bulletin will be highlighting swing district races and their candidates. These races will impact the balance of power in the Statehouse — not just between Democrats and Republicans, but importantly, they...
Bundy paid $4,000 in campaign funds to criminal defense attorney firm
It begs the question — is Bundy running for office to raise funds for his various legal troubles? Read the full story here.
Inside Bundy’s Relocated Rally and Lawsuit Latest
As Election Day draws near, Ammon Bundy, his campaign staffer (who is also running for the State Senate), and other allies have begun to ramp up illegal, rule-breaking, and provocative activity with electoral goals in mind: disregard rules and laws in the hopes of...
Boise school board trustee election results are in
The results are in for Boise’s school board trustee race. One of the biggest takeaways from yesterday's election — every candidate endorsed by the far-right Idaho Liberty Dogs lost, including incumbent Steve Schmidt. Read the story at ID Education News.
Who is Sarah Clendenon? State Senate Candidate, Ammon Bundy Campaign Staff, and Health Freedom Idaho Leader
Last week, Boise city officials canceled an Ammon Bundy campaign event planned for September 10th at Cassia Park due to the reservation misrepresenting the scale of the event and being made under a different name. Who was the name on the official park reservation?...
Boise Mayor says city cancelled Ammon Bundy campaign rally
The rally was planned for Sept. 10 at Cassia Park in Boise. McLean says the city received the reservation under a different name, something she thinks Bundy did to "skirt" the special events process and requirements in place. Read the full story at KTVB.com
Raybould unseats Nate in District 34 race as primary results tallied statewide
Once again, Britt Raybould narrowly defeated Ron Nate in District 34. She was one of several challengers to unseat Republican incumbents in this year's primary election. Read the full story at the Post Register.
Idaho’s 2022 primary election motivated voters almost as much as 1994 ‘Republican revolution’
Idahoans turned out in droves for last week's primary election! This is one of the highest midterm primary election turnouts in 20 years! Read the full story at the Idaho Capital Sun.
How the next legislative session could be impacted after incumbent lawmakers face defeat in Primary
Idaho Gov Brad Little's victory over Lt Gov McGeachin put many hearts and minds at ease. But last week's election could also mean significant shifts in the ways the House and Senate have traditionally functioned. Will the Senate remain the gatekeeper of difficult...
Where does Idaho Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s loss fit with other Trump-endorsed primary candidates?
Trump-backed candidate for Republican Governor, Janice McGeachin, is one of three endorsed by the former president to lose their elections this month. What message are voters sending to Trump and does this show that his popularity in Idaho has waned? Read the full...
Debunking 2022 Idaho Primary Election loss misinformation
In the wake of electoral defeat, former statewide Republican candidates Lt Gov Janice McGeachin and Branden Durst deliver misinformation about who voted and how our elections work. The Idaho Secretary of State's office, run by an elected Republican, debunked their...
Idaho candidate’s legal issues reemerge. He blames ‘leftist courts,’ ‘bitter ex,’ media
Idaho superintendent of public instruction candidate Branden Durst has denied allegations of domestic abuse and harassment. Durst has claimed that liberal media, leftist courts, his bitter ex-wife, and a desperate political opponent are to blame for these ""baseless""...
Idaho taxpayer files complaint over Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s limited office hours
Janice McGeachin's limited office hours may be a violation of Idaho State Law. An Idaho taxpayer has filed a complaint with three state agencies asking for an investigation. State law requires officers to keep officers open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. McGeachin's office...
McGeachin claims her office’s budget deficit is ‘misinformation,’ but that’s not what state budget documents show
Janice McGeachin has claimed that her office's budget deficit is "fake news" and said, "Honestly, who cares about $2,000 … in the lieutenant governor’s budget?” Last year, McGeachin lost a lawsuit over improperly rejecting public records requests. She paid fees...
More than 120 GOP law enforcement and other county officials endorse McGrane for Secretary of State
More than 120 Republican County Officials, County Commissioners, Sheriffs, Prosecutors, Clerks, Treasurers, Assessors, and Coroners have endorsed Phil McGrane to be Idaho’s next Republican Secretary of State, according to a press release sent out by his campaign. In...
Former police, sheriffs oppose McGeachin’s run for governor
A new political action committee called Defend & Protect Idaho has been created by 12 retired officials and is comprised of military and law enforcement members, small business owners, faith leaders, farmers and ranchers. Former Boise Police Department Deputy...
As election nears, McGeachin shortfall saga takes a new turn
Janice McGeachin has dismissed claims of a more than $2,000 office budget deficient, blaming budget problems on the news media. McGeachin's plan to help balance the books by forgoing a paycheck may not be possible due to Constitution limits regarding government...
Race To Watch: Three candidates face off in a tight race for Secretary of State
With all the coverage of the gubernatorial matchup between incumbent Gov. Brad Little and rogue Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, fewer Idahoans are attuned to what’s at stake in another extremely important statewide office, Secretary of State. The Idaho Secretary of State...
Former police, sheriffs oppose McGeachin’s run for governor
Janice McGeachin’s association with extremists has led a dozen retired Idaho county sheriffs and police officers to issue a statement opposing her run for governor. Read the full story at KMVT.com.
Steady hand has run the Idaho Attorney General’s Office. Is it time for a change?
Idaho Statesman has endorsed Wasden for Attorney General in GOP primary, calling Macomber "lawsuit happy." Labrador would be an opportunist who wants the office as the latest "prize on his political resume," the editorial says. Read the full story at the Idaho...
McGeachin, Moon Share Stage with White Nationalist in Meridian
Idaho gubernatorial candidate Janice McGeachin and Secretary of State candidate Dorothy Moon shared the stage with Stew Peters, a white nationalist talk show host, at a Meridian event on Wednesday night. Peters invited onto the stage with him Baby Cyrus, who has been...
OPINION: Voters must say no to slate of dangerous extremists running in May 17 GOP Primary
Tommy Ahlquist, who battled Gov. Little in the last election, is now supporting his former foe and calling out the five extreme candidates running for statewide office on the GOP ticket. "They publicly pledge allegiance to conservative values and drape themselves in...
SoS Candidate Dorothy Moon’s Extremist Ties to Bundy, Convicted Criminals, Fringe Radicals
Though gubernatorial candidate Janice McGeachin seems to capture all the press attention, when it comes to extremism in Idaho’s Republican primary, Dorothy Moon – who is slated to speak at Janice McGeachin’s “Rally the Vote” event tonight alongside Holocaust deniers...
2022 Primary Election: Familiar faces back in running for Ada County sheriff
In public interviews with the Ada County commissioners last time he tried to become sheriff, Traubel blamed Jewish people for actions the Soviets took during the World War II era, and said many aspects of the war and Nazi Germany were exaggerated. He also suggested...
Idaho Statesman’s endorsement in lt. gov. race between Scott Bedke and Priscilla Giddings
The Idaho Statesman has endorsed Scott Bedke for Lieutenant Governor. “I will never embarrass the state of Idaho as lieutenant governor,” Bedke told the editorial board. Read the full story at the Idaho Statesman.
Eye on Boise: The numbers show just a small shift in party affiliation in Idaho
Partisan voter registration numbers stayed basically the same in advance of next month's partisan primaries. Read the full story at the Idaho Press.
April 17 Letters to the Editor, Part 3: Our Readers’ Opinions
"Real leaders in the Republican party need to condemn the egregious associations and activities of Janice McGeachin and her followers," writes Palouse farmer Russ Zenner. Read more at the Lewiston Tribune.
Bundy Predicts a McGeachin Loss in the GOP Primary May 17
This week, Independent candidate for Idaho governor Ammon Bundy became a political prognosticator, making it clear he assumes that Governor Brad Little will win the Republican nomination in the May 17 primary election. Bundy dropped out of the Republican Primary...
Laying siege to Idaho education isn’t a home-grown war. It’s imported by conflict entrepreneurs.
Voters' "good old fashion Idaho independence and home-spun wisdom will kick in and they will kick these phony, snake oil conflict entrepreneurs to the side of the road where they belong," writes Rod Gramer, the board chair of Idaho Business for Education. Do you have...
OPINION: It’s the questions, not the reporters, Giddings avoids
What questions are Lt. Gov. candidate Priscilla Giddings avoiding by refusing to debate? Her role in publicly exposing the identity of a 19-year-old rape victim tops the list. Read the full story at the Lewiston Tribune.
Primary elections 2022: State of the Idaho Republican Party
Idaho is a supermajority Republican state, but there are increasingly stark differences between candidates. Here's a primer big races on the ballot May 17, when conservatives and extreme-right candidates will face off. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Who’s who in the GOP race to be Idaho’s next secretary of state?
Recent polling shows the Idaho Secretary of State race is wide open. Phil McGrane hopes to improve the way Idaho uses technology to administer secure, convenient elections. Dorothy Moon and Mary Souza continue to promote baseless claims about Idaho's election...
NRA endorses Little, Wasden, Bedke in GOP primary
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has endorsed Gov. Brad Little for governor, incumbent Lawrence Wasden for attorney general, and Scott Bedke for lieutenant governor. Read full story at KPVI.
New Idaho Dispatch/Zoldak Research Poll on Governor, Lt. Governor, and AG Race in Republican Primary
New poll results show Little soundly beating McGeachin. The Idaho Attorney General's race to be wide open while the Lt. Gov. race is narrowing. What race are you most excited about? Read full story at the Idaho Dispatch.
Campaign ads begin to fill Idaho’s airwaves
May 17 is the GOP primary, and the campaign ads are rolling. Which candidates' messages appeal to you? Read the full story on the Idaho Press.
Dueling Op-Eds: Former Sheriff’s Guest Commentary Irks McGeachin Campaign
The Idaho Statesman published an op-ed today from a disgruntled Janice McGeachin surrogate who serves on the lieutenant governor’s controversial indoctrination task force. The group includes an employee of the Idaho Freedom Foundation and was formed to uncover...
Idaho Lt. Gov. McGeachin misses state deadline to submit plans to avoid budget shortfall
State officials have warned McGeachin about the shortfall since at least March 11, according to the Idaho Capital Sun. Now her deficit will force the state to garnish her wages and require her to pay for her health insurance benefits. Read the full story at the Idaho...
McGeachin Campaigns on Convicted Criminal’s Endorsement
Will Idaho voters support someone who advocates against law enforcement? On Saturday morning, Janice McGeachin’s campaign for Idaho governor sent out an email touting an endorsement from convicted criminal Todd Engel. Engel formally endorsed McGeachin in November of...
Antisemitic incident results in no charges
Rise in antisemitism causes some to question Idaho's 'weak' hate crimes laws. Read full story at the Idaho Press.
Governor candidate’s signs vandalized
After signs vandalized, gubernatorial candidate Ed Humphreys says he won't be "bullied into silence." Read full story at the Coeur d'Alene Press.
2022 Idaho GOP primary elections: 12 races to watch, voting tips, deadlines and more
It's a hot primary season in Idaho. Which race do you have your eye on? Read full story at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Ammon Bundy Sentenced to Jail
Ada County Magistrate Judge Annie McDevitt found Independent candidate for Idaho Governor Ammon Bundy guilty today and he was booked into Ada County Jail. Bundy, an anti-government extremist best known for armed standoffs at his family’s Nevada ranch and Oregon’s...
What We Know About Janice McGeachin’s Donors & Supporters
New official campaign finance reports show a series of new contributions from extremists, militia members, and former Ammon Bundy supporters to Janice McGeachin’s campaign for governor in the May 17 Republican primary election. Taken together, they underscore the...
Idaho GOP requiring Bonneville Republican Central Committee to correct by-law violations; Violations related to donations to candidates in primary
Bonneville GOP Central Committee is breaking its own bylaws with primary donations to far-right candidates in contested primaries. Read more at the Post Register.
Budget crunch may mean McGeachin has to work for free
Janice McGeachin's office has a projected budget shortfall of $22,000 brought on by her private legal fees. The mismanagement is so bad one of the only options available is a forced cut to McGeachin's own salary. Read more at Boise State Public Radio.
Republican AG Candidate Labrador Has History of Criticizing Trump
It’s no secret that former President Trump remains popular in Idaho Republican politics, though recently, national political reports show some of the candidates endorsed by Trump are struggling in their primaries. Trump has yet to endorse in the race for Idaho...
Threats Against Police, County Commissioners, & More Doxxing at Bundy P.A.C.T Rally
Over the weekend, Diego Rodriguez, campaign consultant to Ammon Bundy and founder of Freedom Man PAC, threatened the Meridian Chief of Police, the Ada County Sheriff, and two Ada County Commissioners at the so-called P.A.C.T. rally. In his address to a mostly-armed...
Big-money Nevada consultants play part in Herndon Senate campaign
Out-of-state political firm with ties to white nationalists, Proud Boys, on Herndon's payroll in North Idaho legislative race. Read more at The Sandpoint Reader.
Ammon Bundy Pays Himself Thousands in Campaign Cash
Bundy’s campaign has paid $13,500 to a WY-based company he owns called Abish-Husbondi Inc, despite Idaho law stating campaign funds cannot be transferred for personal use. Ammon Bundy, the anti-government activist running as an independent candidate to be Idaho’s next...
Republican candidate for Idaho secretary of state spreads unverified reports of voter fraud
Secretary of State candidate Dorothy Moon spreads vague, unverified voter fraud claims while pushing a bill to restrict the freedom to vote. Moon faces Mary Souza and Phil McGrane in the May 17 GOP primary. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun
Idaho Lt. Gov. McGeachin faces projected budget shortfall if she doesn’t cut expenses
Lt. Gov. McGeachin's office is struggling to keep its fiscal house in order. Poor budgeting means she may run out of money by July unless she cuts expenses. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Former Sheriff Condemns Bundy’s Bullying, Vigilantism in Child Welfare Case
The real issue lost in the events of the past week is the hijacking of the rule of law and using intimidation tactics to frighten those who these extremists disagree with. The police officers, health care providers and social workers involved in the child welfare case...
Followers of Ammon Bundy Target Nurse Practitioner
Followers of Ammon Bundy who caused St. Luke's to shut down last week have publicly identified the name and photograph of a nurse practitioner who was treating the baby who has been at the center of the child welfare case. According to the Idaho Statesman, the signs...
Ammon Bundy Receives Signatures Necessary to Appear on November Ballot
Ammon Bundy delivered almost 400 more signatures than state law requires of him, securing his position as an Independent in the race for Idaho Governor. On his campaign’s virtual town hall earlier this week, Bundy said he’d hold a press event today, March 10, at 2...
Bundy holds press conference, says filing as an independent for governor was ‘a very smart move’
What does Bundy's "Independent" campaign for governor mean for conservative Idahoans? Read more at Idaho Press.
With ‘red state fund,’ DNC plans to target Republican strongholds — including Idaho
Idaho's legislature may be 82% GOP, but that won't stop Dems from investing to exploit a fracturing party. Read more at the Idaho Statesman.
St. Luke’s: Four patients had to be re-routed to other hospitals due to protests
The threat of political violence from Ammon Bundy and his followers has disrupted access to emergency care for patients at Boise's largest hospital. Read more at IdahoNews.com.
McGeachin Holds Press Conference
McGeachin promotes Bundy hospital shutdown and threats for her political gain at press conference. Read more here.
Treasure Valley professionals explain the child welfare process
Health care workers and CPS say separation to protect the health of a baby is exceedingly rare. The idea that health care workers are trying to steal children and separate families is bizarre according to the owner of Table Rock Mobile Medicine, Bradley Bigford. Read...
Will Capitol rioters’ guilty verdicts blunt extremism?
The first trial of Jan. 6th Capitol rioters resulted in a guilty verdict Tuesday, with hundreds more insurrection-related cases ongoing, including more than 40 defendants from the Mountain West. Read more at Boise State Public Radio.
Press Release: Bundy Gathers More Than Needed Signatures for Ballot Access in November
Bundy reports enough signatures to run as an Independent for Idaho Governor. Read more at the Idaho Dispatch.
McGeachin Defies Police in Bundy Malnourished Baby Case
Idaho Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin defied local law enforcement and once again disrupted the chain of command in advocating against protecting the rights of a severely malnourished 10-month-old baby. McGeachin has also revealed the name of the minor child on...
McGeachin Protests Police Action to Protect Malnourished 10-Month-Old
Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, who’s running for governor, has thrown some of her political weight into a child welfare case involving a 10-month-old baby. About 140 people protested outside a Boise hospital after police stopped a family at a Garden City gas station...
Idaho Senate Pro Tem: ‘Craziness’ from the House won’t get far in the Senate
Idaho Senate Pro-Tem Chuck Winder calls out 'mischief' and 'craziness' in Idaho House of Representatives. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Idaho House OKs measure that could fine, jail librarians
From bookstacks to jail cells? New legislation could jail librarians over content. Read more at IdahoNews.com.
DEVELOPING STORY: Bundy Arrested, Again
Idaho Bulletin broke the news on our Facebook page on Saturday morning that Ammon Bundy was arrested at 1:30 a.m. at St. Lukes in Meridian, for the third time in less than three years. This arrest follows a traffic stop at the Chevron at 38th and Chinden in Garden...
Dr. Cole was almost too controversial for his local health board. Does he have a shot at Governor?
Controversial pathologist takes first step toward running for Idaho governor. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Idaho Legislature rejects McGeachin’s request for taxpayer dollars for her legal bills for her private attorney
The Legislature's budget-setting committee on Friday passed on a request by Republican Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin for extra money to pay a private attorney she hired in a public records dispute. Read more at the Post Register.
White nationalism is morally abhorrent and runs counter to a free economy
Former Kootenai County prosecutor Tara Malek condemns McGeachin's speech to AFPAC; says white nationalism bad for business. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Ammon Bundy Receives Signatures Necessary to Appear on November Ballot
Bundy criticizes Gov. Little on pandemic, says he’ll actively campaign for some conservative candidates in primary, but not McGeachin Ammon Bundy delivered almost 400 more signatures than state law requires of him, securing his position as an Independent in the race...
Idaho House narrowly votes to ban ballot drop boxes
Idaho House votes to make it tougher to drop off ballots for your grandma, rural neighbors. Read more at the Post Register.
Realtors to conservatives living in liberal areas: Try Idaho
Realtors market Idaho communities to conservatives from out of state hoping to leave blue cities (and their problems) behind. Read more at the Idaho State Journal.
As a conservative Republican, I’m deeply dismayed at lack of voices from GOP condemning McGeachin
Conservative Republican Lynn Bradescu writes that she's disappointed more in GOP aren't speaking out against McGeachin's extremism. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun.
Gov. Little Speaks Out On McGeachin’s AFPAC Speech
McGeachin stands by her decision to participate in a white nationalist conference condemned by Governor Little, Mitt Romney, and other Republican leaders. Watch the story on CBS2.
Idaho House quickly votes to repeal anti-militia law
Idaho House lawmakers voted Wednesday to repeal one of the state’s main anti-militia laws after less than 10 minutes of debate. Read more at Boise State Public Radio.
Stapilus considers a scenario where Bundy spoils Gov. Little’s ‘easy win’ in November
Stapilus considers a scenario where Bundy spoils Gov. Little's 'easy win' in November, with disaffected McGeachin supporters flocking back to Bundy if she loses in the GOP primary. Read more at MagicValley.com
Janice McGeachin Speaks at Far-Right, White Nationalist Conference
Among other things, McGeachin thanked far-right extremists for their "good work fighting for our country" in her speech at the America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC). AFPAC was organized by Nick Fuentes, a far-right extremist labeled a “white supremacist”...
Kellerer, Johnson the latest school officials to resign citing COVID stressors, threats and harassment in the Treasure Valley
Kellerer, Johnson the latest school officials to resign citing COVID stressors, threats and harassment in the Treasure Valley Read more at KTVB.com
Facebook Parent Company Meta Announces Plans for Data Facility in Kuna
Facebook Parent Company Meta Announces Plans for Data Facility in Kuna Read more at Boise Dev
Glenn Beck visits Idaho Capitol to talk Modern Monetary Theory, ESG scores; warns of threat of feds printing unlimited money
Glenn Beck visits Idaho Capitol to talk Modern Monetary Theory, ESG scores; warns of threat of feds printing unlimited money Read more at the Idaho Dispatch
After Ammon Bundy failed to gain traction as a GOP candidate for governor, he’s dropped out and decided to run as an independent.
After Ammon Bundy failed to gain traction as a GOP candidate for governor, he's dropped out and decided to run as an independent. Read more at the Idaho Statesman
Former Ada Co. Elections Director warns of election misinformation, hyper-partisanship
Former Ada County Elections Director warns of election misinformation, hyper-partisanship. Read more at the Idaho Statesman.
Uncivil debate is costing Idaho communities good public servants. Nampa has lost three.
Three Nampa school officials have resigned citing pandemic strife. District health board and school board meetings have been disrupted. In Coeur d’Alene, a school board meeting was canceled after an angry mob of 200 people yelled at police, shouted profanities, and...
Idaho leaders mum on January 6.
Idaho leaders were mum on January 6. Read more at the Idaho Statesman.
Lt. Gov. McGeachin on Fauci: I’ll “lock him up”
Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin told a crowd of her fellow Republicans this past weekend she wants to imprison one of the country’s top infectious disease experts. Read more from Boise State Public Radio
McGeachin says if elected, she’ll lock up Dr. Fauci during Kootenai County Lincoln Day
McGeachin says if elected, she'll lock up Dr. Fauci during Kootenai County Lincoln Day Read more at Boise State Public Radio
Out of Idaho’s statewide candidates: Who’s got the cash?
New campaign finance reports show Gov. Brad Little, who has not yet announced, way ahead in money race. Read more at the Idaho Capital Sun
5th-graders learn to shoot guns by using school gym as target range, Wyoming photos show
A school district in Wyoming recently used a gymnasium as a shooting range, training fifth and sixth grade students in marksmanship during PE. Read more at the Idaho Statesman
Sen. Christy Zito Not Seeking Re-Election, Will Take Job with Idaho Second Amendment Alliance
Sen. Zito won't seek re-election, opting for job to help protect Second Amendment. Read the full story at the Idaho Dispatch
Bullying people into canceling venues (Statesman editorial)
Despite efforts by some on the left, this event will go on, now with renewed attention. Read more at the Idaho Statesman
The Ammon Bundy situation and Guest Jordan Marques podcast
"What people are saying is what's causing issues...making it sound like he yanked you into some hallway and that wasn't the case." LISTEN: Bundy responds to allegations he attacked a woman late last week
Senate Adjourns and Shuts Down Sen. Zito’s Floor Speech
Idaho State Senator Christy Zito (R-Hammett) was shut down during the Senate Floor Session earlier today as the Senate adjourned to prevent her from continuing a speech she was giving on the floor. Read more at the Idaho Dispatch