Naomi Johnson talks to Jeanne Keith in front of her home in Boise’s East End Neighborhood. Johnson, among four candidates running for Seat 4 on the Boise City Council, is also one of many Democrats or progressives across Idaho who are running for city offices this year. “I’m going to vote,” says Keith, though she declined to say for whom.
Naomi Johnson talks to Jeanne Keith in front of her home in Boise’s East End Neighborhood. Johnson, among four candidates running for Seat 4 on the Boise City Council, is also one of many Democrats or progressives across Idaho who are running for city offices this year. “I’m going to vote,” says Keith, though she declined to say for whom. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Naomi Johnson talks to Jeanne Keith in front of her home in Boise’s East End Neighborhood. Johnson, among four candidates running for Seat 4 on the Boise City Council, is also one of many Democrats or progressives across Idaho who are running for city offices this year. “I’m going to vote,” says Keith, though she declined to say for whom. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Trump and Sanders have re-energized Idaho Democrats — to run for city council

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