On May 15, voters will select candidates to represent their party in November’s general election.
Five Republicans and one Democrat have flocked to the race to fill Idaho’s District 11 House B seat left open by Rep. Christy Perry, who vacated the position to join the packed race for Idaho’s 1st Congressional District.
By NICOLE FOY
BOISE — An open seat in Congress, as current Rep. Raúl Labrador steps down to run for governor, has drawn a whopping 10 candidates to the primary election ballot — and poses a big challenge for Idaho voters to sort through as they prepare to make their picks on May 15.
Kuna voters will see several contested races on the primary ballot May 15. Voters registered as Democrat or Republican can vote within their party in this primary election. Candidates with the most votes in each party will appear on the November ballot.
Kuna and Melba legislators have challengers on the ballot this upcoming election, and theirs are not the only offices Kuna and Melba voters will be asked to vote on in the May 15 primary.
It’s about 6 p.m.
Richard Cardoza leans back in his chair behind his desk at Multi-Com Insurance, papers and files neatly stacked in front of him.
KUNA — Council candidates Richard Cardoza and Paul Schepper have reported campaign contributions and expenditures during October.
KUNA — This Election Day, voters were asked to select candidates to fill spots on the city council and the fire district board of commissioners.
This Election Day, Nov. 7, Kuna and Melba voters will have the opportunity to vote in city council and fire district races.
Four candidates are running for two spots on the Kuna Rural Fire District Commission.
Growth, tax increases and police services were dominant topics during the Oct. 21 Kuna City Council candidate forum.
KUNA — City Council candidate Paul Schepper is the only one of the five candidates to declare campaign contributions and expenditures as of Sept. 30.
Five people are running for two open Kuna City Council positions Nov. 7.
Kuna City Council candidate Pat Jones withdrew his candidacy Sept. 20.
Kuna voters residing in Ada and Canyon counties will see contested races on their ballots among the Kuna City Council candidates and the Kuna Rural Fire District commissioners.
KUNA — Three more residents declared candidacy for city council.
KUNA — Two more residents have declared candidacy in the Nov. 7 election for Kuna City Council seats.
KUNA — One candidate has filed to run for City Council in the Nov. 7 election.
KUNA SENIOR NEWS
Family Movie Night at the Kuna Library will be 6 p.m. March 6. The library will be presenting “Coco.” Free popcorn will be available.
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KUNA SENIOR NEWS
The Kuna Library would like to congratulate our Kuna Klues winner for the month of January, Cole Noteboom. Cole correctly guessed the title of the mystery book, “Danny and the Dinosaur,” by Syd Hoff. As the winner, Cole received a copy of the book. Way to go, Cole! Come to the Children’s Roo…
KUNA — After voters passed a $40 million bond and a $5 million levy for the Kuna school district, officials are in the works to make promised improvements.
KUNA — A proposed $40 million bond and a proposed $5 million levy from the Kuna school district passed, with higher numbers than expected, on election night.
KUNA — A $40 million bond and a $5 million levy are both on the ballot for Kuna school district voters in Ada and Canyon counties.
KUNA — The Kuna City Council approved a proposed subdivision that would bring over 400 new homes to Columbia Road between Ten Mile Road and Linder Road.
Early voting for the March 14 election starts Monday in Ada County. Voters from any part of the county may vote at any of the county's early voting locations, according to an Ada County press release.
KUNA — With the March election in its sights, the Kuna School District Board of Trustees is now thinking about strategy for convincing voters to approve a $40 million bond and a smaller, separate bond valued at $2.5 million.
KUNA — Kuna school district board trustees voted Tuesday to put a $40 million bond and $2.5 million supplemental levy before voters in March, sending what some trustees called a clear message that they are ready to fight on behalf of Kuna students now and in the future.
KUNA – After months of campaigning, the votes are in for county, state and national elections.
BOISE — The number of people hitting the polls this election season for early voting is surpassing past years’ numbers.
KUNA — Faraway early voting locations in Ada County might keep some Kuna residents from taking advantage of opportunities to vote ahead of Election Day. But on Oct. 27, a new type of polling place is bringing early voting to Kuna.