Greater Idaho Merchandise

Car window vinyl lettering $5 There is a trick to applying car window lettering. Please watch the video

Bumper sticker $5

Tee Shirt – $20 sizes: M, L, XL, XXL 

Hat $20

Round Sticker $5

3 foot by 6 foot vinyl banners – $45

Stacks of brochures that explain why rural Oregon would be better off in Idaho. – price is negotiable

 We do not have an “online store”.  Simply tell us what you want and send payment.  You can pay by credit card or check. Prices include shipping in the US.

  • To pay by credit card, order online.  Donate the price of the items you want in our donorbox page. Tell us what to send you, and give us your tee shirt size, by typing the information into the box for comments in the online donation page.  Start by clicking here, then choose to give online, then click on “Write us a comment” on the first page.
  • To pay by check, send a order and a check to Citizens for Greater Idaho, P.O. Box 1073, La Pine, OR 97739

If you would like a petition with your order, tell us how many sheets you will use, and which counties you want them for.  Each sheet has room for 10 signatures.  Or you can download and print a petition, or find a signing location here. Remember petitions are only available for a few counties.


For the next few days, county residents can get FREE car window decals, bumper stickers, brochures, and lawn signs!

Get your free Greater Idaho merch in Roseburg, Grants Pass, and Klamath Falls. If you have a strategic location, you can get a 6-foot-long banner.
Greater Idaho is on the May ballot in Douglas, Josephine, and Klamath counties.
We are offering free merchandise to county residents in-person only.
Grants Pass: to pick up your merch, send a text to Becky at 541-912-5278 to see if she’s there.
Roseburg: visit the Roseburg Beacon, 950 S.E. Washington Avenue during business hours or the Douglas County Republican Headquarters.
Klamath Falls: visit All About Shipping & Wireless, 314 S 7th St, M-F 9-5
If you are willing to be in charge of placing 10 banners around Douglas County, please call 503-339-5654, because we need you.

This is to encourage people to vote in favor in May. We want them to see that there is local support for the idea.