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Kootenai, Bonner County, Idaho 83840

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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

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

U.S. House

District 1
Representative Raúl Labrador
District 1 Republican
Gordon Counsil
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Independent
Paul Farmer
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Independent
Natalie Fleming
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Independent
Russ Fulcher
District 1 Challenger (Won) Republican
W. Scott Howard
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Cristina McNeil
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Pro-Life Pro-Life
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Constitution
Michael Rath
District 1 Challenger (Lost) No Party Affiliation

Incumbents

Challengers

Governor

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

Lieutenant Governor

Kristin Collum
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Janice McGeachin
Challenger (Won) Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

State House

1A
Representative Heather Scott
1A (Won) Republican
Ellen Weissman
1A Challenger (Lost) Democratic
1B
Representative Sage Dixon
1B (Won) Republican
Stephen Howlett
1B Challenger (Lost) Democratic

State Senate

District 1
Senator Shawn Keough
District 1 Republican
Vera Gadman
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Jim Woodward
District 1 Challenger (Won) Republican

Incumbents

Attorney General

Bruce Bistline
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Secretary of State

Secretary Lawerence Denney
(Won) Republican
Jill Humble
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Controller

Brandon Woolf
(Won) Republican

Director of the Department of Finance

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Cindy Wilson
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Tax Commissioner

Treasurer

Julie Ellsworth
Challenger (Won) Republican

Incumbents

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice G. Bevan
(Lost) Non-partisan
Justice Robyn Brody
Non-partisan
Justice Joel Horton
Non-partisan
Justice John Stegner
Non-partisan

Incumbents

Commissioner

District 1 (Bonner County)
District 3 (Bonner County)

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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