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November 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Politics (17 Stories)

ID-SecSt-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Mitch Toryanski, GOP, nominated Secretary of State, Idaho.

ID-LtGov-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Brad Little, GOP, nominated Lieutenant Governor, Idaho.

ID-AtyGen-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Lawrence Wasden, GOP, nominated Attorney General, Idaho.

ID-SuPuIn-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Sherri Ybarra, GOP, nominated Supt of Public Instruct, Idaho.

ID-Treas-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Lane Startin, Dem, nominated Treasurer, Idaho.

ID-House-2-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Mike Simpson, GOP, nominated U.S. House, District 2, Idaho.

ID-SuprCt-Horton-elected

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Joel Horton, NP, elected Supreme Court, Horton, Idaho.

ID-Cont-nominated

05/15/2014 10:01am
The following is a TEST. Brandon Woolf, GOP, nominated Controller, Idaho.

ID-House-1-nominated

05/15/2014 10:02am
The following is a TEST. Raul Labrador, GOP, nominated U.S. House, District 1, Idaho.

ID-Senate-nominated

05/15/2014 10:12am
The following is a TEST. Jim Risch, GOP, nominated U.S. Senate, Idaho.

ID-Gov-nominated

05/15/2014 10:12am
The following is a TEST. Butch Otter, GOP, nominated Governor, Idaho.

In Ga. Senate race, crying babies rule TV ad wars

05/15/2014 12:01pm
Baby, you're a star in Georgia politics.

In Ga. Senate race, crying babies rule TV ad wars

05/15/2014 12:51pm
Baby, you're a star in Georgia politics.

Gun rights advocates hope for convention impact

05/15/2014 1:41pm
Second Amendment rights advocates in Connecticut are mobilizing to influence this weekend's state Republican convention, as they seek changes to Connecticut's sweeping gun-control law passed last year in the wake of the Newtown school massacre.

Clintons push back against Republican critics

05/15/2014 4:41pm
Bill and Hillary Clinton are fighting back against critics as if they are waging another campaign, the clearest sign yet that, perhaps, they are. The former secretary of state and her former president husband are defending their records, showing off their health and humor and raising money for fellow Democrats, fresh indications that Hillary Clinton has her eye on running for president in 2016.

Fringe contenders send Idaho governor debate viral

05/15/2014 8:41pm
Idaho residents are used to politics that track from conservative to extreme, but a primary debate involving four candidates seeking the Republican nomination for governor was over the top even by Gem State standards.

US Rep. Conyers joins suit to get back on ballot

05/15/2014 11:30pm
Longtime Michigan Congressman John Conyers joined a federal lawsuit Thursday taking aim at the requirement that petition collectors be registered voters, as part of a larger challenge to an order removing his name from the primary ballot in August.
 
   
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