Idaho Secretary of State

Courtesy of Ada County

Idaho election officials say they will bill pillow maker Mike Lindell  $6,500 for their work to recount ballots from the 2020 presidential election. Lindell has asserted, without conclusive proof, that votes in all 44 Idaho counties were switched from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.

Courtesy of Bonner County

The process of reviewing 2020 presidential election results comes to north Idaho on Saturday. Bonner County and Idaho state election workers will do a partial recount of ballots.

The recount was sparked by allegations of voting irregularities by My Pillow founder Mike Lindell.

Late Census Numbers Change Redistricting Routine In Idaho

Apr 26, 2021
Courtesy of U.S. Census Bureau

The delay in distributing 2020 census numbers is forcing some states to change the routine of redrawing political boundaries.

The changes seem to be minimal in Washington. The state’s redistricting commission members are appointed and meeting regularly, even though they have no numbers to work with yet.

Idaho is a little behind Washington.

Screenshot from Idaho Secretary of State video

The Idaho Secretary of State’s office has entered the civic education business. The office administers elections in the state and, last week, released the first in a series of videos that explain how those elections work.

Chad Houck says, after the 2020 presidential election, it became clear to him that people, in general, don’t know much about how elections work in the United States.