Voter Resouces 2020 Election
Health Freedom Idaho is a volunteer organization that was formed by concerned citizens in response to a bevy of policy and philosophy shifts happening in our nation, and in particular, the great state of Idaho. Safeguarding parental authority, individual health freedom is the key founding principles of Health Freedom Idaho. Voting for representatives in our city, county, and state positions of leadership who value liberty is the foundation way of preserving our freedom.
Our Current Elected Officials
A LIST OF ALL CANDIDATES RUNNING
Our General Election will be held on November 3, 2020
Polling hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Visit IDAHOVOTES for more information.
- HFI does not endorse any candidate.
- HFI WILL post about candidates when they do, say, or write something that pertains to health freedom or parental rights. We invite you to do the same.
- HFI will share events with you, such as town hall meetings, that may provide insight regarding the candidates.
- HFI wants to help educate voters as you head to the voting booth. We want you to have the information that you need in order to make the best decision for you and your family.
General Information Your Ballot
- Note: If you are unsure which legislative district you live in, that information along with a polling place lookup, can be found here.
- Am I registered? Here is a link for Idaho citizens to check the status of your ballot and see how you are registered to vote.
- FIND WHOSE ON YOUR BALLOT
Details on the Candidates On Your Ballot
Learn about their voting, their sponsors, their promises/commitments. Candidate Survey Responses:
Proposed Idaho Constitutional Amendment HJR 4
The Idaho Constitution currently sets the number of legislative districts and the number of Idaho senators to be within a range of not less than 30 nor more than 35 members (and this is the same for districts). It also designates that the number of House of Representative members to be two times as many members as the Senate.
HJR4 would make a change to this language to permanently set the number of legislative districts to 35 and the number of senators to 35 (with twice as many representatives). Since 1992 there have been 35 legislative districts in Idaho. After the 2020 national census, there will be a change in district boundary lines. There is a re-districting committee set up to change legislative districts in Idaho.
“I voted against this proposed amendment in session because I found it unnecessary, I believe it hurts rural areas, and I would like to eventually see one Senator per county to balance the state’s rural vs. urban community representation.” – Heather Scott, District 1