Primary Problem 

The statewide primary election was held May 27, pitting Republicans and Democrats against fellow party members in an all-out battle for domination—OK, for the right to continue on to the November general election.

We're sure it was a hard-fought battle, with lots of twists, and possibly some surprising results, but, unfortunately, you won't read about it in these pages—this week at least.

Due to the production limitations of a weekly paper, we were unable to publish any primary results in this edition. But BW is still on top of it.

Check online at boiseweekly.com for updates, and then watch for our election analysis in the June 4 edition.

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