Lawerence Denney, then secretary of state-elect, sits in on a December 2014 meeting of the Federal Lands Interim Committee at the Idaho Capitol.
Lawerence Denney, then secretary of state-elect, sits in on a December 2014 meeting of the Federal Lands Interim Committee at the Idaho Capitol. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
Lawerence Denney, then secretary of state-elect, sits in on a December 2014 meeting of the Federal Lands Interim Committee at the Idaho Capitol. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file

Voter Crosscheck concerns merit scrutiny, but reports misconstrued program, Denney says

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