***For Immediate Release***
Protect 43 is announcing its perspective on the November 8th, 2022 General Elections in the State of Idaho.
After countless hours of research and interviews to understand the candidate's positions and also the needs of the State of Idaho, Protect 43 has identified six key districts and one statewide election in the state which will help influence for a more constitutional conservative state.
It is important for voters to understand the political dynamics that exist in the state. We encourage all voters to do their own research and want to supply a part of that research in these races. Protect 43 is not endorsing nor working for any of these candidates, rather as in the past, Protect 43 has done research and evaluated the situation and offers its opinion.
Protect 43 strongly feels that in this state, the Primary elections are absolutely critical to Idaho's success. In this situation with the General Elections voting and encouraging others to vote, with a strong focus on these races is the best path to securing a free and conservative Idaho. P43 is asking all to create the necessary momentum by talking, sharing and influencing others regardless of districts.
By this way, Idaho can find even more success as a conservative bastion in this Nation.
Please visit the site www.protect43.com for more information.
***For immediate release***
Protect 43 would like to thank all the candidates on their campaigns and their willingness to serve. By serving in a publicly elected position, each candidate assumes the responsibility to represent their constituents in the state of Idaho. The task is not easy and comes with many trying decisions. We would like to congratulate the winning candidates in this Primary Election and wish them the best of luck in the General Elections held in November.
We encourage all candidates to listen to their constituents and reflect on the honor it is to represent Idaho and make conscious honest decisions. We look forward to helping and supporting policy makers that represent liberty, integrity and the best for Idaho.
The Protect 43 Team
***For Immediate Release***
Protect 43 is excited to announce their Voter Guide for the 2022 Elections. The Guide includes important information that voters can use to help inform themselves about candidates for the upcoming elections.
"We really wanted to provide something that isn't being done and do it with transparency and integrity." said Ryan Luke one of the founders of Protect 43. "Unlike the voter guide we did in the past we really focused on giving Constitutional Conservative candidates a platform to express their political beliefs in a professional manner."
The Voter Guide features over 50 candidates that submitted surveys and qualified as a Constitutional Conservative. Differing from other guides, there are no recommendations, rather Protect 43 encourages voters to understand candidates and their positions on important issues Idaho is facing. Voters can read the candidate surveys posted on the Protect 43 website. New to the guide, it also features video interviews from various candidates as another way voters can become educated.
"I really look forward to learning more about the candidates and this was one of the best non-partisan ways for me to do it and know I was going to be learning about the types of candidates I'm looking for." Said Kenny V. from Ada County, Idaho.
With the Primary Elections coming up on May 17th, the urgency can be felt throughout the state to get to know and understand who voters will be putting in office.
Protect 43 is a non-partisan political shop based in the Boise suburb of Eagle Idaho. Their goals are to promote constitutional conservativism and to "Make Liberty Mainstream."
For more information visit www.protect43.com and learn more about candidates in the upcoming election.
This election was a great example of how democracy should work. Candidates worked hard to campaign and share their messages with constituents. Protect 43 would like to congratulate all the winning candidates and thank them for their willingness to serve in such important capacities in their communities. Protect 43 would also like to recognize all candidates for their desire to perform civic duties at such an important time in our history.
Protect 43 had a 66% (22/33) success rate in approving candidates for this election. We feel that we have helped increase liberty by 66% in the Treasure Valley. While we did not endorse any one candidate, we did approve the most viable and constitutionally conservative candidates through a vetting process. Our goal is to continue to provide transparency and approve those candidates we feel most embody the spirit of a Free and Conservative Idaho. We want to continue to earn the trust of Idahoans as a source they can rely on.
Protect 43 will continue to work to serve the Conservative Idaho Community without bias to any groups or organizations. We are not affiliated with any one group but respect and appreciate the opinions of all. Our hope is to continue to promote healthy dialogue which results in advancing the conservative values in Idaho. We believe that by our continued efforts, we will be able to protect the 43rd state.
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