Asked who they back for president, Southwest Idaho candidates struggle, demur (Idaho Statesman)

In split with governor, Idaho’s No. 2 official backs ballot measure on rules review (Idaho Statesman)

Stop taxing Girl Scout cookies, Lori Otter insists, but key Idaho senator blocks her (Idaho Statesman)

Labrador spreads campaign money to GOP state legislative hopefuls (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho’s Rep. Labrador stumps for Trump in far-flung states (Spokesman-Review)

‘Citizens for HJR 5’ actually elected officials, lobbying groups (Spokesman-Review)

Death threat for Commissioner candidate? (CDA Press)

Silver knocks on door No. 5,000 in Senate bid (Times-News)

Twin Falls County breaks 2012 early vote numbers (Times-News)

District 26 races among Idaho’s most competitive (Mountain Express)

Otter asks for mineral rights county doesn’t want (Mountain Express)

Idaho governor flip-flops on HJR 5 (Capital Press)

Marty Trillhaase: In this corner of Idaho, your vote actually counts (Lewiston Tribune)

Washington outpaces Idaho on election spending (Lewiston Tribune)

Legislative scorecards can inform voters or mislead them (Lewiston Tribune)

Expert: Treasure Valley has the recipe for growth (Idaho Business Review)

Rep. Christy Perry's husband files for divorce (Press-Tribune)

When the presidential election is over, the real work is still ahead (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

The myth of Medicaid flexibility and Obamacare Waivers (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Ada County Tests Voting Equipment Ahead Of Election Day (Boise State Public Radio)

Environmental Groups Reopen Lawsuit Against Idaho Mining Company (Boise State Public Radio)

ESSA draft: Schools to pick their own accountability measure (Idaho Education News)

Education groups say they were shunned by the State Department of Education (Idaho Education News)