We’ll be blogging this evening as the Idaho primary election results come in.
Recognizing that there are only so many primaries many people will watch closely. Of much the highest interest: The 1st District U.S. House Republican primary between Vaughn Ward and Raul Labrador will be fascinating – and it is from predictable.
And the Supreme Court contest between incumbent Roger Burdick and challenger John Bradbury has some real interest. (Such contests have periodically been close; Bradbury only barely lost his last run for the high court.)
Beyond that . . . well, there’s not much going on in the U.S. Senate contests, even if technically there are contests for both sides. (Though we’ll watch to see how well an Idaho resident does against a non-resident on the Democratic side.) The 2nd District Republican race will almost certainly be swept by incumbent Mike Simpson, though the percentages might be instructive. A handful of legislative races . . . and the Ada County Commission, where a comeback attempt by two former commissioners has turned into an ideological squabble and more.
Okay, there’ll be some stuff to watch. See you shortly.Share on Facebook