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9B.News 2022 Primary Voter's Guide

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Secretary of State

Dorothy Moon

Representative Dorothy Moon represents District 8, the largest in the State of Idaho. She is in her third term and serves on the House Education, Resources and Agriculture Committees. She is now running to be Idaho's Secretary of State.

Dorothy has a Bachelor of Science in secondary education in comprehensive science and Master of Science in resource planning, both from Missouri State University; she retired from Challis High School, where she worked as special education director and science teacher, in 2012 and she is President of Moon & Associates Inc., an engineering and land surveying business since 1994. She is owner in a gold mining operations in central Idaho and was voted 2018 Outstanding Republican Legislator by the Idaho GOP.

She has been married to her husband Darr for 29 years and has two adult sons.

Representative Moon declared on November 2 her campaign to run for Idaho Secretary of State because America's system of free and fair elections is under attack, and that threatens the continued existence of our Republic.

"There can be no issue greater than everyone’s concern about the integrity of our voting system, the cornerstone of our great Republic," she wrote. "I am committed to ensure all vested with the right to vote can vote without impunity or discrimination and that they can be assured their vote will count and that by no means will votes or means cast to alter or maliciously falsify the outcome of any election be tolerated. Those who test such constraints of law will face the fiercest of penalties. Without such assurance there is no rule of law, no affirmation that peoples are the wellspring of power or that any such vested rights are rights at all."

No one, she wrote, can question her commitment to conservative principles.

An important duty of the Secretary of State, she says, is to sit on the Idaho Land Board.

"With a majority of Idaho’s lands federally managed opportunities for our children to return to their rural homes are becoming increasingly limited," she wrote. "Idaho needs a leader who is willing to stand up to the Feds and demand an end to smoke-filled summers and idled natural resource jobs. With abundant resources Idaho’s future can remain bright affording economic prosperity, clear skies, and clean water for all.

"I hope to continue working hard for you as Secretary of State ensuring fair and free elections, business opportunity and as a member of Idaho’s Land Board.

"I appreciate your support and vote!"

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