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We inform, educate, motivate, and support Idaho voters for active involvement in the democratic process and social justice advocacy. 


Onward to 2019 Legislature

A Closer Look

Real News/Fake News

The number of U.S. daily newspapers in 2016 fell to 1,286, down from 1,748 in 1970.

 We are caught in an information crisis, and it’s largely one of our own making. This is a bitter irony the 21st Century, in which, with wide access to more information more quickly than ever before, so many Americans know so little about their own country and how it’s supposed to work.  

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Get Involved Intelligently

More than 5,000 people marched in Boise, with 1,500 more around the Gem State.

Soon after Donald J. Trump took office in 2017, The New York Times noted his presidency has galvanized political activism to a level of passion not seen since the civil rights movement. The first Womens March   was the largest coordinated demonstration of its kind in American history. 

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Power Shift in Washington

At 29, New York's Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.

It may not qualify as a "Blue Wave," but the Midterm Democratic victories in the House of Representatives will mean a definite change in the way Congress deals with the Trump agenda from now to the 2020 election.

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Important Idaho Issues

Idaho citizens stand for equal rights and justice for all of us.

Friends of TransForm Idaho tell us they are concerned about social justice issues, especially about healthcare, economic stability, quality of education, and human rights and equal justice under law.

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Contact Your Lawmakers

Idaho legislators in the 1913-1914 session.

A big part of civic activism is communication, especially with elected officials. Whether through letters, emails, phone calls, or in person, give them the good news and the bad. They work for us.

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Healthcare Comes First

Voters across the nation (here in Maine) say healthcare is a right, not an option.

Voters in Idaho and many other parts of America made it clear healthcare protection is Job One for lawmakers at both state and national levels, despite a vocal minority.

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From Our Digging Deeper Blog

Let's Transform Idaho

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