Former state Rep. Kathy Sims, R-Coeur d’Alene, is vowing to fight the Idaho Secretary of State’s decision to disqualify her from the ballot for not having been a registered voter in the Post Falls district where she’s seeking to run for a year – saying in a statement that she’s lived in the county, and she apparently believes that’s good enough. Here’s her statement, which she posted on Facebook: "I have been a registered voter in Kootenai County for 50 years where I have voted in many dozens of elections since 1968. Article 3, Section 6 of the Idaho Constitution states that one must be an elector of the county or district one year prior to the election. I meet the criteria based on what the Idaho Constitution very clearly says and am continuing...
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Sims says she believes she can fight ballot ousting, because she lived in same county