Idaho Citizens Committee for Election Integrity
Passes Election Standards
On January 2nd a diverse, grassroots group of Idaho citizens met in the Lincoln Auditorium of the Idaho State Capitol and formed the Citizens Committee for Election Integrity with the mission of defining Minimum Standards for Fair and Honest Elections. The committee, with the support and input from the public, drafted and unanimously adopted fourteen standards. These common-sense standards shall be used by local, state and federal legislators to craft and amend election law that ensures honest elections. The Committee for Election Standards forwarded agreed-upon election standards to Idaho’s Congressional delegation to be read into the Congressional Record in Washington D.C. on January 6th to support free and fair elections.
Anyone concerned about election integrity can take positive action and promote these standards by forwarding them to elected officials to demand fair and honest elections, wherein all voters are treated equally, and all legal votes are counted.
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