Lewis Sigman comes to vote at the Gem County Fairgrounds on Nov. 4, 2014. Rural residents tend to be Idaho’s more consistent and active voters. On average, about half of eligible Gem County voters participated in the last few statewide elections.
Lewis Sigman comes to vote at the Gem County Fairgrounds on Nov. 4, 2014. Rural residents tend to be Idaho’s more consistent and active voters. On average, about half of eligible Gem County voters participated in the last few statewide elections. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
Lewis Sigman comes to vote at the Gem County Fairgrounds on Nov. 4, 2014. Rural residents tend to be Idaho’s more consistent and active voters. On average, about half of eligible Gem County voters participated in the last few statewide elections. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file

In these Idaho counties, people vote in droves. In others, not so much.

August 21, 2018 06:14 AM