Vote for Greater Idaho this May!
East Oregon Counties belong in Idaho
Q: Can eastern Oregon have a voice in state decisions without moving the border?
A: No. The ruling party in the Oregon Legislature doesn’t have a single rep from eastern Oregon or any rural district.
There is a way to get better governance for eastern Oregon, and it’s on your ballot this May in these counties: Baker, Grant, Lake, Malheur, and Sherman.
State borders can be moved. It happened in 1958, when the Oregon/ Washington border was moved, and it could happen again if we vote YES.
Which state do you want to govern your county: Oregon or Idaho?
Idaho has a lower overall tax burden, lower cost of living, and lower unemployment.
Idaho’s government respects American values and American freedoms.
Oregon is ruled by politicians with Portland values. Their decisions hurt our rural industries like timber, mining, trucking & farming.
Eastern Oregon is in an abusive relationship with Willamette Valley. Their leaders refuse to protect us from rioters, arsonists, criminals, and illegal aliens, but they infringe on your 2nd Amendment right to defend your family. They released criminals because of COVID and now they want to close state prisons. That area has 75% of Oregon’s voters, so their representatives don’t bother to listen to our representatives. The state school curriculum teaches the next generation to hate Americans and Americanism. Your tax money supports things that violate your conscience and our culture. It’s time to move on from this abusive relationship.
Q: Can conservatives take Oregon back?
A: No. Oregon hasn’t elected a Republican for governor in 38 years because Republicans are outnumbered in Oregon.
Q: Why not make a new state?
A: We don’t think the Oregon Legislature would let us have our own state because that would add Republicans to the US Senate.
Q: What counties are voting on Greater Idaho this May? Baker, Grant, Lake, Malheur, and Sherman.
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Relocation of the Oregon-Idaho border: Baker County Measure 1-104, Grant County Measure 12-77, Lake County Measure 19-35, Malheur County Measure 23-64, Sherman County Measure 28-46