Monthly Meeting

Third Tuesday of the month

Regular Lemhi Democrat Meetings are the third Tuesday of the month.

October will be held on Zoom again. 

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Zoom Info

October Meeting Lemhi County Democrats
Time: Oct 20, 2020 03:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Early Voting

Early voting is open at the Courthouse. The lines are short and anyone can walk right in and vote. If you are not registered you can register while you vode. 
Can We Change Idaho?
Below is a map of Idaho Counties in the 2016 election on the left. Darker red points towards stronger Republican and shades of blue towards Democrat. On the right is a county map of the 2018 election between Jordan and Little for governor. It shows that the state became less red with her on the ticket. 
So what does this mean for us? 

Obviously Lemhi County is solidly red. Most of us seem to be feeling that a low profile during the current election is wise (or we’re just scared). But I think we are going to have an opportunity to start making some changes after this election is over. 

Please join us tomorrow (Tuesday Oct 20th at 3) and let’s share ideas. 

This is yesterday’s Covid-19 numbers showing a disturbing active rate in Lemhi county. We are the second worse in Eastern Idaho. It’s showing zero deaths but we know of a person from Salmon who died in Missoula last week. So we’re not feeling like we can really trust these numbers. 

The Board of Health meets again on the 22nd and will likely issue stricter regulations, but people aren’t following them anyway. 

Here’s the current map of cases, county by county, in Idaho. Idaho is listed nationally as one of the fastest growing hotspots. 

How do we stay safe and not go crazy?