Defending Honest Elections

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Defending Honest Elections

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Recognized as one of America’s Top 20 Election Integrity Superstars


  • Senator Mary Souza was the FIRST lawmaker in Idaho to expose Facebook money used to operate our public elections.
  • Named one of America’s Top 20 Election Integrity Superstars by WorldNetDaily’s Whistleblower Magazine
  • One of only 12 State Legislators nationwide chosen as part of The Honest Elections Project.
  • Senator Mary Souza was the FIRST state lawmaker in America to write legislation banning private money from being used for the operation of our elections. It is now law in Idaho.
  • Senator Mary Souza was a Primary Sponsor of The Fairness in Women’s Sports Act which prohibits biological males from competing against women and girls in sports and was the FIRST bill of it’s kind to become law in the US.
  • Senator Mary Souza Sponsored the Parental Rights in Education Bill affirming parents have the primary responsibility in their children’s education.

Sponsor of 14 Election Integrity Bills Including:


S1168 - Bans outside private money to run our elections. Makes the Facebook Money illegal.

H299 - Prohibits colleges from giving incentives to influence a student’s vote.


S1101 - Amendment requiring safeguards for the early opening of Absentee Ballots.

H548 - Ballot Initiative Transparency


S1280 - Changed School Board Elections from the obscure May date to the November Municipal Election for increased voter turnout.


S1072 - Requires School Board Candidates to file financial disclosures of donations and expenditures.


Senator Peter Riggs

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Senator Mark Harris

Soda Springs, Idaho

Senator Steve Vick

Dalton Gardens, Idaho

Kaela Davis

St. Maries, ID

Senator Doug Ricks

Rexburg, ID

Senate President Pro Tem Chuck Winder

Meridian, Idaho

Senator Lori Den Hartog

Kuna, Idaho

Senator Jim Rice

Caldwell, Idaho

Senator Jim Guthrie

McCammon, Idaho