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Nearing five years under actual management

February 16th, 2018

As we tend to the early year chores of summarizing our activities, wishes to draw our readers’ attention to the attached table.  It shows the long term work commitment to keep the CP-Idaho website current with fresh content posted each and every month. Our detractors in the national CP may call it what they will, but the evidence (our “organized” […]

An appeal to CP-Idaho’s Caldwell citizens

An appeal to CP-Idaho’s Caldwell citizens January 4th, 2018

The Constitution Party of Idaho appeals to our registered voters to stand forward this year in the 2018 midterm elections. And we especially appeal to our voters in Legislative District 10 [Caldwell]. Given the questionable actions of two recent Idaho Legislators elected from Caldwell—namely former State Representative Brandon Hixon and former State Senator John McGee—it […]

An oompha band ain’t fine art…

August 18th, 2017

The term limits band wagon is once again the focus of breathless conjecture. “Surely this year!” they say.   That wagon has been a regular component of the American political parade for several generations.   The sounds emanating out of its oompha band parked on the hay bales do not improve with age. They may […]

CP-Idaho Financial Summary

May 2nd, 2017

The net annual balance (resulting from shaking the income and the outgo together)  provided a small spending deficit for the year 2016.  This came on the heels of a net account surplus in 2015, shown in the following “butterfly” chart. The difference between expenses in 2015 and 2016 is related to the additional activities associated with a General Election year.  For example, we  […]

2017 Idaho Voter Purge

April 16th, 2017

To keep the CP-Idaho statewide voter registrations report current (our contribution toward the concept called  transparency), the 2017 voter list purge by the Secretary of State has now more or less stabilized. Under Idaho Code, at the beginning of each odd-year, state voter lists are purged of non-voters–defined as voters who have not voted in the previous four years.  […]