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Elections News

Recapping the 2022 Idaho Primary Election

This year’s primary election was one for the books. This year’s primary election was our…

Bilingual voter resource website launches ahead of primary election

New website provides Idaho voters with bilingual information to vote in the May 17 primary…

Five Reasons Why Idaho’s Voting Process Should be Celebrated

You might be surprised to learn that Idaho is a national leader when it comes…

Civic Engagement

June Civic Engagement News

The 2022 Idaho primary election results have been finalized! The certified count shows a record…

Bilingual voter resource website launches ahead of primary election

New website provides Idaho voters with bilingual information to vote in the May 17 primary…

Civic Engagement April Update

269,467  That’s the total number of voters who participated in Idaho’s 2018 Primary Election, the…

Climate & Energy

June Clean Energy News

EV Chargers in Idaho The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is gathering statewide public feedback to…

May Clean Energy News

2022 Primary Election  To complete Idaho’s transition to 100% clean energy, we need to elect…

Meet Our Climate Action Artists: Miguel Almeida

For Miguel Almeida, local painter and illustrator in the Treasure Valley, art has been at…

Land & Water News

June Land and Water News

Happy Anniversary to the Antiquities Act! 116 Years of Protecting Our Public Lands. 116 years…

5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Celebrating our planet on Earth Day is fun, educational, and beneficial to our communities. However,…

Boards and Commissions Fellowship News

Boards & Commissions Program: May in Review

On the Docket: How Decisions are Made The fifth month of learning is where the rubber…

Boards and Commissions: April in Review

On the Docket: Public Budgets and Power MappingCan you believe we’re already in month four…

Boards and Commissions Fellowship: March in Review

On the Docket: Open Meeting Law and Parliamentary Procedure Women’s History Month gives us a perfect…

Legislative News

Reviewing the 2022 Legislative Session

The 2022 Legislative Session has Adjourned  Thankfully, the sixty-seventh legislative session didn’t set any new…

Week 10 in the Statehouse

We’re nearing the home stretch!  All signs continue to point towards adjournment by the target…

Week 9 in the Statehouse

It’s crunch time!  With the transmittal date passed, legislation is flying fast. The transmittal date…