Women Running in Idaho

Significance of State

The last time Idaho elected a Democrat to the Senate was in 1974. This election cycle, however, brings a strong Democratic wind blowing from Plummer, ID, where two-time House rep and 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan seeks to unseat the 77-year-old Republican incumbent.  In a move to adjust the voting process to a safer one this year, Idaho has moved to an entirely vote-by-mail system. The last day to request a mail-in ballot for the June 2 primary is May 19, and all ballots must be returned to the clerk’s office by 8 p.m on Tuesday, June 2.

Paulette Jordan ~ U.S. Senate

Paulette Jordan grew up on a farm in northern Idaho. She is part of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, who imparted to her the importance of land cultivation and preservation. She running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Republican James Risch.

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