Eight candidates — three Republicans, two Democrats and two independents — are vying for three seats on the Teton County Board of County Commissioners. Incumbent Mark Newcomb is running for reelection to one seat and two seats are open. Responses from candidates were compiled from a question…
Voters will choose from eight candidates to fill three seats on the Teton County Board of County Commissioners. Each week leading up to the Nov. 6 general election the News&Guide will publish town and county candidates’ answers to a question. Learn more about the candidates in our Oct. 3…
Voters will choose from four candidates to fill two seats on the Jackson Town Council. Each week leading up to the Nov. 6 general election, the News&Guide will publish town and county candidates’ answers to a question. Learn more about the candidates in our Oct. 31 election preview section.
State law dictates that lodging tax revenues be divvied up with 60 percent spent on tourism promotion and 40 percent used for mitigating visitor impacts. At a debate Wednesday evening, a lodging tax proponent and opponent disagreed over whether renewing the tax is the best way to change that split.
If voters reject the lodging tax in November it will spell the loss of $1 million to $2 million per year for both the town and county, sending officials on a search for ways to adapt to a thinner wallet without neglecting core responsibilities.
Five candidates are running for three open seats on the Teton County School District No. 1 board of trustees. The position is nonpartisan.
With incumbent Sheriff Jim Whalen retiring, voters have three choices for a new law enforcement leader: Democrat Matt Carr, independent Slade Ross or Republican Michelle Weber. Responses from candidates were compiled from a questionnaire distributed by the News&Guide.
Incumbent Republican Sen. John Barrasso won a third term in Congress on Tuesday, defeating Wilson Democratic businessman Gary Trauner with two-thirds of the vote.
State wide races
Long before she became a U.S. senator in her home state of Minnesota, and long before she entered the 2020 Democratic presidential race, Amy Klobuchar went for a long bicycle ride.