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U.S. Senate

Senator Mike Crapo
Senior Seat Republican
Senator James Risch
Junior Seat Republican

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Challengers

Governor

Walter Bayes
Challenger (Running) Constitution
Bev Boeck
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Paulette Jordan
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Brad Little
Challenger (Running) Republican

Lieutenant Governor

Kristin Collum
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Janice McGeachin
Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

State House

1A
Representative Heather Scott
1A (Running) Republican
Ellen Weissman
1A Challenger (Running) Democratic
1B
Representative Sage Dixon
1B (Running) Republican
Stephen Howlett
1B Challenger (Running) Democratic
2A
Representative Vito Barbieri
2A (Running) Republican
Maria Andrews
2A Challenger (Running) Democratic
2B
Alanna Brooks
2B Challenger (Running) Democratic
John Green
2B Challenger (Running) Republican
3A
Representative Ron Mendive
3A (Running) Republican
3B
Dan Hanks
3B Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tony Wisniewski
3B Challenger (Running) Republican
4A
Jim Addis
4A Challenger (Running) Republican
Rebecca Schroeder
4A Challenger (Running) Democratic
4B
Representative Paul Amador
4B (Running) Republican
Shem Hanks
4B Challenger (Running) Democratic
5A
Representative Margie Gannon
5A (Running) Democratic
Bill Goesling
5A Challenger (Running) Republican
5B
Representative Caroline Troy
5B (Running) Republican
Laurene Sorensen
5B Challenger (Running) Democratic
6A
Representative Thyra Stevenson
6A (Running) Republican
Rick Tousley
6A Challenger (Running) Independent
6B
Representative Mike Kingsley
6B (Running) Republican
John Rusche
6B Challenger (Running) Democratic
7A
Representative Priscilla Giddings
7A (Running) Republican
7B
Representative Paul Shepherd
7B (Running) Republican
8A
Representative Terry Gestrin
8A (Running) Republican
Jon Glick
8A Challenger (Running) Democratic
8B
Representative Dorothy Moon
8B (Running) Republican
9A
Representative Ryan Kerby
9A (Running) Republican
Allen Schmid
9A Challenger (Running) Democratic
9B
Representative Judy Boyle
9B (Running) Republican
Chase Van Weerdhuizen
9B Challenger (Running) Democratic
10A
Representative Jarom Wagoner
10A (Running) Republican
Sead Muradbegovic
10A Challenger (Running) Democratic
10B
Representative Greg Chaney
10B (Running) Republican
Chelsea Gaona-Lincoln
10B Challenger (Running) Democratic
11A
Representative Scott Syme
11A (Running) Republican
11B
Brian Ertz
11B Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tammy Nichols
11B Challenger (Running) Republican
12A
Representative Robert Anderst
12A (Running) Republican
Patricia Hartwell
12A Challenger (Running) Democratic
12B
Representative Rick Youngblood
12B (Running) Republican
13A
Representative Brent Crane
13A (Running) Republican
13B
Representative Gary Collins
13B (Running) Republican
Chris Ho
13B Challenger (Running) Democratic
14A
Representative Mike Moyle
14A (Running) Republican
Jane Rohling
14A Challenger (Running) Democratic
14B
Representative Gayann DeMordaunt
14B (Running) Republican
15A
Representative Lynn Luker
15A (Running) Republican
Steve Berch
15A Challenger (Running) Democratic
15B
Representative Patrick McDonald
15B (Running) Republican
Jake Ellis
15B Challenger (Running) Democratic
16A
Representative John McCrostie
16A (Running) Democratic
Graham Paterson
16A Challenger (Running) Republican
16B
Representative Hy Kloc
16B Democratic
Rob Mason
16B Challenger (Running) Democratic
Jim Silsby
16B Challenger (Running) Republican
17A
Representative John Gannon
17A (Running) Democratic
Anthony Dephue
17A Challenger (Running) Republican
17B
Representative Susan Chew
17B (Running) Democratic
Kevin Rhoades
17B Challenger (Running) Republican
18A
Representative Ilana Rubel
18A (Running) Democratic
18B
Brooke Green
18B Challenger (Running) Democratic
Steve Simmons
18B Challenger (Running) Republican
19A
Representative Mat Erpelding
19A (Running) Democratic
Mark Patten
19A Challenger (Running) Republican
19B
Representative Melissa Wintrow
19B (Running) Democratic
20A
Representative Joe Palmer
20A (Running) Republican
Daniel Weston
20A Challenger (Running) Constitution
20B
Representative James Holtzclaw
20B (Running) Republican
21A
Representative Steven Harris
21A (Running) Republican
Joshua Robinson
21A Challenger (Running) Democratic
21B
Representative Tom Dayley
21B (Running) Republican
22A
Representative John Vander Woude
22A (Running) Republican
22B
Representative Jason Monks
22B (Running) Republican
23A
Representative Christy Zito
23A (Running) Republican
23B
Representative Megan Blanksma
23B (Running) Republican
24A
Representative Lance Clow
24A (Running) Republican
24B
Linda Hartgen
24B Challenger (Running) Republican
Deborah Silver
24B Challenger (Running) Democratic
Anthony Tomkins
24B Challenger (Running) Constitution
25A
Laurie Lickley
25A Challenger (Running) Republican
25B
Representative Clark Kauffman
25B (Running) Republican
26A
Representative Steve Miller
26A (Running) Republican
Muffy Davis
26A Challenger (Running) Democratic
26B
Representative Sally Toone
26B (Running) Democratic
Mike McFadyen
26B Challenger (Running) Republican
27A
Representative Scott Bedke
27A (Running) Republican
27B
Representative Fred Wood
27B (Running) Republican
28A
Representative Randy Armstrong
28A (Running) Republican
Steve Landon
28A Challenger (Running) Democratic
28B
Kevin Andrus
28B Challenger (Running) Republican
29A
Representative Dustin Manwaring
29A (Running) Republican
Chris Abernathy
29A Challenger (Running) Democratic
29B
Representative Elaine Smith
29B (Running) Democratic
Kevin Brown
29B Challenger (Running) Republican
'Idaho Lorax' Carta
29B Challenger (Running) Libertarian
30A
Representative Jeffrey Thompson
30A (Lost) Republican
Gary Marshall
30A Challenger (Running) Republican
Pat Tucker
30A Challenger (Running) Democratic
30B
Representative Wendy Horman
30B (Running) Republican
31A
Representative Neil Anderson
31A (Running) Republican
31B
Representative Julie VanOrden
31B (Lost) Republican
Julianne Young
31B Challenger (Running) Republican
32A
Representative Marc Gibbs
32A (Running) Republican
32B
Representative Tom Loertscher
32B (Lost) Republican
Chad Christensen
32B Challenger (Running) Republican
33A
Representative Barbara Ehardt
33A (Running) Republican
Jim De Angelis
33A Challenger (Running) Democratic
33B
Representative Bryan Zollinger
33B (Running) Republican
George Morrison
33B Challenger (Running) Democratic
34A
Representative Ron Nate
34A (Lost) Republican
Doug Ricks
34A Challenger (Running) Republican
34B
Britt Raybould
34B Challenger (Running) Republican
35A
Jerald Raymond
35A Challenger (Running) Republican
35B
Representative Karey Hanks
35B (Lost) Republican
Jerry Browne
35B Challenger (Running) Democratic
Rod Furniss
35B Challenger (Running) Republican

State Senate

District 1
Senator Shawn Keough
District 1 Republican
Vera Gadman
District 1 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Jim Woodward
District 1 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 2
Senator Steve Vick
District 2 (Running) Republican
Dale Broadsword
District 2 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Shon Luoma
District 2 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
District 3
Senator Bob Nonini
District 3 Republican
Don Cheatham
District 3 Challenger (Running) Republican
Patrick Lippert
District 3 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 4
Senator Mary Souza
District 4 (Running) Republican
Cory English
District 4 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 5
Senator Dan Foreman
District 5 (Running) Republican
David Nelson
District 5 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 6
Senator Dan Johnson
District 6 (Running) Republican
District 7
Senator Carl Crabtree
District 7 (Running) Republican
District 8
Senator Steven Thayn
District 8 (Running) Republican
Kirsten Richardson
District 8 Challenger (Running) Constitution
Bill Sifford
District 8 Challenger (Running) Independent
District 9
Senator Abby Lee
District 9 (Running) Republican
District 10
Senator Jim Rice
District 10 (Running) Republican
Evangeline Beechler
District 10 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 11
Senator Patti Anne Lodge
District 11 (Running) Republican
Edward Savala
District 11 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 12
Senator Todd Lakey
District 12 (Running) Republican
Chelle Gluch
District 12 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 13
Senator Jeff Agenbroad
District 13 (Running) Republican
District 14
Senator C. Grow
District 14 (Running) Republican
Richard Boozel
District 14 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 15
Senator Fred Martin
District 15 (Running) Republican
Jim Bratnober
District 15 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 16
Senator Grant Burgoyne
District 16 (Running) Democratic
LeeJoe Lay
District 16 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 17
Senator Maryanne Jordan
District 17 (Running) Democratic
David DeHaas
District 17 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 18
Senator Janie Ward-Engelking
District 18 (Running) Democratic
District 19
Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb
District 19 (Running) Democratic
Aaron Tribble
District 19 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 20
Senator Chuck Winder
District 20 (Running) Republican
District 21
Senator Cliff Bayer
District 21 (Running) Republican
Joe Evans
District 21 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Dawn Pierce
District 21 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 22
Senator Lori Den Hartog
District 22 (Running) Republican
Mik Lose
District 22 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 23
Senator Bert Brackett
District 23 (Running) Republican
District 24
Senator Lee Heider
District 24 (Running) Republican
District 25
Senator Jim Patrick
District 25 (Running) Republican
District 26
Senator Michelle Stennett
District 26 (Running) Democratic
Julie Lynn
District 26 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 27
Senator Kelly Anthon
District 27 (Running) Republican
District 28
Senator Jim Guthrie
District 28 (Running) Republican
Mike Saville
District 28 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 29
Senator Mark Nye
District 29 (Running) Democratic
Lance Kolbet
District 29 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 30
Senator Dean Mortimer
District 30 (Running) Republican
District 31
Senator Steve Bair
District 31 (Running) Republican
District 32
Senator Mark Harris
District 32 (Running) Republican
District 33
Senator Tony Potts
District 33 (Lost) Republican
Dave Lent
District 33 Challenger (Running) Republican
Jerry Sehlke
District 33 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 34
Senator Brent Hill
District 34 (Running) Republican
Robert Nielsen
District 34 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 35
Senator Jeff Siddoway
District 35 Republican
Van Burtenshaw
District 35 Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Attorney General

Attorney General Lawrence Wasden
(Running) Republican
Bruce Bistline
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Secretary of State

Secretary Lawerence Denney
(Running) Republican
Jill Humble
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Controller

Brandon Woolf
(Running) Republican

Director of the Department of Finance

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Cindy Wilson
Challenger (Running) Democratic

Tax Commissioner

Treasurer

Julie Ellsworth
Challenger (Running) Republican

Incumbents

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice G. Bevan
(Running) Non-partisan
Justice Robyn Brody
Non-partisan
Justice Joel Horton
Non-partisan
Justice Warren Jones
Non-partisan

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Gem State
  • Motto: Esto Perpetua [It Is Perpetual]
  • Area: 83,557 sq mi
  • Population: 1,595,728 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Boise
  • Statehood: July 3, 1890 (43d state)
  • Highest Point: Borah Peak, 12,662 ft
  • Lowest Point: Snake R., 710 ft
  • Bird: Mountain Bluebird
  • Flower: Syringa
  • Senators: 35
  • Representatives: 70
  • Electoral Votes: 4
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