"If they were serious about their complaint, serious about wanting a clear process for voters, or serious about being inclusive they would have joined the other political parties and switched to the presidential primary."
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter in 2015 signed into law Senate Bill 1066, which moved the Idaho Republican presidential primary to the second Tuesday in March, thus putting the Gem State in the thick of things when deciding who should be the Republican standard bearer.
“Idaho Democrats see a stark choice this fall between President Obama, who stands up for middle-class families and working Americans, and a likely Republican presidential candidate who is completely out of touch with the middle class."
“I think if we want the political revolution that we got all hyped up about during Bernie’s campaign, the least thing we can do is vote for a candidate who upholds most of the values we want to uphold.”
by Kelly Norris, PRI's The World and Lauren Bally, PRI's The World
Several pieces of the plaza are still being prepped for full operation, however, including the Main Street Station multi-modal transit center, which is set to begin bus service the morning of Monday, Oct. 24.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office says the Kuna robbery suspect is a white male with black hair, mid-30s, approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall. He was wearing a dark-colored hoodie, blue jeans and a blue hat.