BOISE -- Idaho's contentious primary election last month left GOP leaders calling for unity in the state's largest political party. But just who should lead that effort will likely be determined by a three-way race for the party's chairmanship.
Hundreds of Idaho Republican delegates will flock to Moscow, Idaho, and elect a chairman on June 14 at the GOP convention.
Numerous names have been thrown out as possible candidates, with three people emerging as top challengers.
They are current party chairman Barry Peterson, who has held the seat since 2012; Blackfoot sheep-breeder Mike Duff; and Premier Technology President Doug Sayer.