When we put more boots on the ground, more Idahoans hear about our values and our solutions," Idaho Democratic Party Chairman Bert Marley said in a prepared statement. "When that happens, more Idahoans inevitably understand we are truly the party that fights for the best interests of Idaho's workers, families, businesses, and communities."
The party said it purposefully chose to begin in the small city of Sandpoint after raising concerns of possible voter intimidation and interference last August. Currently, just one Democrat holds a legislative seat up north. Full story.