Ballotpedia's 2012 General Election Preview Articles: Idaho Congressional Seats
By Ballotpedia's Congressional team
|Idaho's Congressional Elections in 2012|
|U.S. Senate Election?||U.S. House seats||Possible competitive races?|
In District 1, GOP incumbent Raul Labrador faces a challenge from Jimmy Farris (D), a former NFL player. In addition, Rob Oates is seeking the seat as a Libertarian and Pro-Life (Marvin Thomas Richardson) is running as an Independent.
Currently, the Republican Party holds both of the two Congressional seats from Idaho. According to race ratings, no partisan switches are likely to occur, and both incumbents are expected to cruise to an easy victory on election day.
Idaho is split between the Mountain and Pacific time zones.
Here is a complete list of U.S. House candidates appearing on the general election ballot in Idaho:
- Candidates running by District
- Partisan breakdown by district
- Comparison of new and old redistricting maps
| Congressional Redistricting Map, approved October 2011
For more information, view Redistricting in Idaho.
- 2012 elections review: Five incumbents ousted in ID legislative primaries May 16
- 2012 elections preview: Idaho voters prepare for congressional and legislative primaries May 14
- Ballotpedia's 2012 General Election Preview Articles: Idaho State Legislature
- Ballotpedia:2012 general election preview articles
- November 6, 2012 election results
- United States Congressional election results, 2012
- United States House of Representatives elections in Idaho, 2012
- Idaho elections, 2012
- National contested primary average during the 2012 U.S. congressional elections