BOISE, Idaho - Republicans are expected to dominate Tuesday's election, with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump predicted to easily win Idaho's four electoral votes and all three of the Republican congressional candidates likely to secure their bids for re-election.
That leaves the open seat on Idaho's Supreme Court as the state's most competitive race.
Twin Falls attorney Robyn Brody and Republican state Sen. Curt McKenzie are in a tight race over the little-known position.
Brody has ranked high among her fellow attorneys, which has resulted in large campaign donations from firms across the state.
McKenzie has won the endorsements of Idaho Chooses Life, an anti-abortion organization, and the National Rifle Association, which are favorable among Idaho's strong conservative voting base.
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