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2022 Idaho Statewide Candidates for Office as of 12/20/2021 – Primaries Only

By • December 20, 2021

The primary elections are less than one year away, and candidates are already announcing they are running for office in Idaho.

With at least two open races already, several statewide offices are expected to have multiple candidates. Please note that this list will NOT include Congressional races. Idaho Dispatch will have a separate article for Congressional candidates.

The following list is of all candidates from any party who will be running in the primary election next year. Unaffiliated and Independent candidates will NOT be listed here because those candidates only run in the general election. Candidates will also not be listed if they do not yet have a primary opponent.

Candidates will be listed alphabetically by last name and by their political party until primaries are completed. Then, their websites and social media sites will be posted. An incumbent, if applicable, will also be noted as such. Some candidates have officially announced, while others have simply filed a C1 which allows a candidate to raise money for a potential campaign.

Note: Advertising is a part of all Idaho Dispatch articles. Ads appearing in this article do NOT denote an endorsement of any candidate. The ads are placed based on the number of paragraphs in the article.

If you notice that your candidate has information available that we do not have, please send the information to info@idahodispatch.com. Social media sites are pulled from a candidate’s website.


Governor

Name: Bradshaw, Steve (Officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: SteveBradshawForGovernor.com
Social Media: FacebookGab

Name: Bundy, Ammon (Officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: votebundy.com
Social Media: GabGettrTelegramFacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube
Interview with Idaho Dispatch: Watch here.

Name: Cotton, Jeff (Unknown if officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: Unknown
Social Media: Unknown

Name: Humphreys, Edward (Officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: edforidaho.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitterInstagram
Interview with Idaho Dispatch: Watch here.

Name: Little, Brad – Incumbent (Nof officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: https://www.bradlittleforidaho.com/
Social Media: FacebookTwitter

Name: Marie, Lisa (Not officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: Unknown
Social Media: Unknown

Name: McGeachin, Janice (Officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: janicemcgeachin.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitterYouTube
Interview with Idaho Dispatch: Watch here.

Name: Usabel, Cody (Officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: None at this time.
Social Media: Facebook
Interview with Idaho Dispatch: Watch here

Name: Dempsey, Robert (Unknown if officially announced.)
Party: Democrat
Website: dempsayforgovernor.com
Social Media: FacebookInstagram

Name: Robinson, Melissa Sue (Officially announced.)
Party: Democrat
Website: Unknown
Social Media: FacebookTwitter

Name: Rognstad, Shelby (Officially announced.)
Party: Democrat
Website: ElectShelby.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitterInstagram

Name: Davison, Chantyrose (Officially announced.)
Party: Constitution
Website: Unknown
Social Media: Facebook

Name: Pro-Life (Officially announced.)
Party: Constitution
Website: Unknown
Social Media: Unknown

Note: Former Republican candidate Chris Hammond has withdrawn from the race.


Lieutenant Governor (Open Race)

Name: Bedke, Scott (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: BedkeforIdaho.com
Social Media: TwitterFacebookInstagram
Interview requested.

Name: Giddings, Priscilla (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: GiddingsforIdaho.com
Social Media: Facebook
Interview requested.

Note: Luke Malek has dropped out of the race.


Attorney General

Name: Labrador, Raul (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: labrador2022.com
Social Media: Facebook

Name: Macomber, Art (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: macomberforidaho.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitter

Name: Wasden, Lawrence Incumbent (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: lawrencewasden.com
Social Media: Twitter

Note: Colton Boyles has dropped out of the race.


Secretary of State (Open Race)

Name: McGrane, Phil (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: mcgraneforidaho.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitter

Name: Moon, Dorothy (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: dorothymoon.com
Social Media: Facebook

Name: Souza, Mary (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: marysouzaforidaho.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitterInstagram

Note: Chad Houck has dropped out of the race.


State Superintendent of Public Education

Name: Critchfield, Deborah (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: Unknown
Social Media: Twitter

Name: Durst, Branden (Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: durstforidaho.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitter
Interview with Idaho Dispatch: Watch here.

Name: Ybarra, Sherri – Incumbent (Not Officially Announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: sherriybarra.com
Social Media: Facebook

Note: Jeff Dillon is not running and his C1 was only on file because of a filing from the last election cycle.


Treasurer

Name: Ellsworth, Julie – Incumbent (Unknown if officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: ellsworthfortreasurer.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitter


Controller

Name: Woolf, Brandon – Incumbent (Unknown if officially announced.)
Party: Republican
Website: brandonwoolf.com
Social Media: FacebookTwitter


Tags: 2022 Elections, Elections, Primary Election

5 thoughts on “2022 Idaho Statewide Candidates for Office as of 12/20/2021 – Primaries Only

  1. I think that any office that is running unapposed, and there is still time to file to run, should be listed. People get caught up in the “high” profile races and forget that some of the others can have negative affects on our lives also. Just my thoughts.

  2. Request for the Idaho Dispatch: Could the Idaho Dispatch post weekly, one or more of the, legitimate polls on these candidates.

    The trend lines in each race would bring useful insight to We The People.

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