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Bird, candidate for Meridian Council Seat 4, endorsed by Corrie, three state senators

Keith Bird, 72, who has served on the Merdian City Council for 16 years, announced Friday that he has received the endorsement of former Meridian Mayor Bob Corrie. Read more about Bird in our Voters Guide by clicking here. Bird

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Borton, candidate for Meridian Council Seat 2, endorsed by Raney, two state senators

Attorney Joe Borton, 41, announced Friday that he has received several new endorsements for Meridian City Council Seat 2. Borton received endorsements from Sheriff Gary Raney, Idaho Sen. Chuck Winder, R-Boise; and Sen. Marv Hagedorn, R-Meridian. “I am honored to

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Cavener, candidate for Meridian Council Seat 6, endorsed by de Weerd

Luke Cavener, a 32-year-old vice president at Mosaic Advisors, has been endorsed by Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd for City Council – Seat 6. Read more about Cavener in the Voters Guide here. Cavener has also received endorsements from: Dan

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Malloy, candidate for Meridian Council Seat 2, endorsed by Fulcher, McKague

Patrick Malloy, a 49-year-old businessman, is running for Meridian Council Seat 2. Read more about him in our Voters Guide by clicking here. Malloy’s campaign has announced endorsements by Idaho Sen. Russ Fulcher, R- Meridian, and former Sen. Shirley McKague,

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Meridian City Council: Candidates’ forum Oct. 23

The Meridian Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council is hosting a forum featuring the Meridian City Council candidates. The forum starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Mountain View High School, 2000 Millennium Way. Seventeen candidates are vying for four seats

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Risch loses longtime spokesman, the classy Brad Hoaglun

After almost 30 years as a player in Idaho politics at the local, state and federal level, Republican Sen. Jim Risch’s communications director, Brad Hoaglun, has resigned and is looking for work. Hoaglun and Risch’s press secretary, Suzanne Bottorff, both

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Idaho Rep. Palmer’s son, Ty, announces bid for Meridian City Council

Ty Palmer, a 25-year-old political science student at the College of Western Idaho, announced on Facebook and Twitter that he’s a candidate for Meridian City Council in November. Voters will be electing two new members, after the city decided to

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