This Week In Idaho Politics
Trump enjoys positive rating overall, but is highly divisive
By Bob Bernick, Contributing editor
Overall, Idahoans like Pres. Donald Trump, a new Idaho Politics Weekly poll shows....
Can Paulette Jordan use Trump as a wedge?
By Steve Taggart, Idaho Politics Weekly contributor
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan is staking out a wide array of positions, but downplaying the one that might attract the most attention - her opposition to Pres. Trump....
Can politics play into newspaper battles?
By Chuck Malloy, Idaho Politics Weekly Contributor
In newspaper wars, such as the one that is brewing in the Treasure Valley with the Idaho Press of Nampa and the Idaho Statesman of Boise, the big guys don't always win....
Guest opinion: Advancing judges who will protect the Constitution
By Sen. Mike Crapo
Our nation's first president, George Washington, wrote in 1789, "The administration of justice is the firmest pillar of government." ...
Attention Congress: America desperately needs your help
By Jim Jones
Pres. Ronald Reagan would have been repulsed by the spectacle of an American president kowtowing to a murderous dictator like Vladimir Putin. ...
Political Roundup: Crapo constituent services move to remote offices; Democratic legislators seek master educator premium
By Idaho Politics Weekly staff
Crapo Twin Falls office closes for a month. Due to required renovations by the US Senate, the Twin Falls-based office of Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo will close for about one month, beginning Monday, July 23. ...
Political Calendar Highlights
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Boise Young Professionals 101
When: Wednesday, July 25, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Where: Boise Metro Chamber, 1101 W Front St #100, Boise, ID
BYP 101 welcomes new members to come and learn what BYP is all about. This brief workshop will review all programs and events as well as give you the inside scoop on how to get build your network and get the most out of your membership. Members, nonmembers and guest are invited. This event is open and free to everyone.
Bonneville County Republican Women Meeting
When: Thursday, July 26, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Location varies
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