Republican Primary crucial for District 28 candidates

The Idaho primary election will be held on Tuesday, May 17, at county polling places. For more information on county polling places, or on voter registration or affiliating with a party for the primary, contact the Power County Clerk’s Office at 208-226-7611.

Most important for local voters, voters will be choosing a state senator and state representatives for District 28. Because of redistricting, only one candidate is an incumbent, state senator Jim Guthrie. At the very least, the state representatives for Power County will be new this year.

A voter guide, featuring a question and answer section with each contested race for the state senate and state house is included in this week’s Press.

Absentee ballots start being mailed this week

Election guide for contested elections in this week’s Press

by Daniel Moore

Press Staff Writer

The Tuesday, May 19, primary election will be moved entirely to absentee ballots, where voters can fill out their ballot at home and submit the ballot, to help limit the spread of COVID-19. The county is processing the requests, and will start mailing out absentee…

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