Paulette Jordan

PAULETTE JORDAN CAMPAIGN

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan could break political paradigms as Idaho's first female governor and the nation's first Native American state executive. She joins Idaho Matters to parse out her platform and share her vision of the Gem State's future.

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We check in with the Boise State Public Radio newsroom for profiles of Idaho gubernatorial candidates Paulette Jordan and Brad Little.

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Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesman

Both the Republican and Democrat running to be Idaho’s next governor appeared Tuesday night for a conversation at the College Of Idaho.


James Dawson / Boise State Public Radio

Idaho’s gubernatorial election will be historic no matter who wins. On the Democratic side, potentially Idaho’s first female governor – and the nation’s first Native American governor. On the other, Republican Brad Little who even his supporters call low key. But he is a traditional conservative running in a traditionally conservative state.

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When Idaho's Democratic candidate for governor Paulette Jordan took to the microphone at a recent campaign party, she immediately launched into a story.

 

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan is defending her use of nondisclosure agreements and the latest round of staff shakeups.

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan has lost another two key members of her campaign team just two months before the election.

Boise State Public Radio

New polling looking at the race for Idaho governor is out. The numbers show slight changes and come from a recently formed political action committee.

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Democratic voter registration numbers are up in the Gem State, but will it reflect in the November election? Political analyst Justin Vaughn looks at state and national trends ahead of the mid-term elections.

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Idaho Democrats kick off their convention this weekend in Caldwell. The delegates will meet for two days to discuss the party’s strategy going into election season in November.

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Boise State University assistant political science professor Stephen Utych, Idaho Public Television's Melissa Davlin and College of Idaho professor of political economics Jasper LiCalzi join Gemma Gaudette to break down the results of Tuesday's primary elections and Idaho Education News' Kevin Richert discusses the state superintendent of education race and the various bond measures that went before voters.

Boise State Public Radio

Idaho's most consequential primary in years came to a close early Wednesday morning with establishment Republicans and a grassroots Democrat taking their respective top spots.

Amanda Peacher / Boise State Public Radio

Former State Representative Paulette Jordan has won the Democratic primary in Idaho’s gubernatorial race. If Jordan wins in November, she’d become the first woman governor of Idaho and the first Native American governor in the country.

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