Election security and voter integrity have been at the top of lawmakers’ minds for several years, and this session was no different. Secretary of State Phil McGrane joined the show on Friday to run through which bills passed, which failed, and what voters need to know when they head to the polls.
Lawmakers passed a bill this year to move Idaho’s presidential primary, but declined a bill that would have reincorporated certain steps of the process into law for the new date. Without those procedures, there is no legal mechanism for Idaho to hold a presidential primary in 2024.
Logan Finney | Associate Producer
Logan Finney is a North Idaho native with a passion for media production and boring government meetings. He grew up skiing, hunting and hiking in the mountains of Bonner County and has maintained a lifelong interest in the state’s geography, history and politics. Logan joined the Idaho Reports team in 2020 as a legislative session intern and stayed to cover the COVID-19 pandemic. He was hired as an associate producer in 2021 and they haven’t been able to get rid of him since.