We should be proud of what happened during the Nov. 6 general election in Idaho.
First, more than 71.3 percent of eligible voters turned out and exercised their right to cast a ballot in Latah County. The percentage was more than the usual turnout for a midterm election, but not as respectable as it should be.
Second, Proposition 2, a ballot initiative to expand Medicaid to approximately 62,000 Idahoans, passed with 60.6 percent of the vote statewide.
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