That elections can serve to define places in people's minds has become increasingly clear. Consider this bit of analysis from Bryan Fischer of the social conservative Idaho Values Alliance, following the Tuesday elections at Boise:
". . . now the city is firmly in the grip of those who oppose the public acknowledgement of God and support the right of sexually confused men to wear dresses to work and use the ladies’ room if they want to. And the die seems to be cast. Outsiders moving to Idaho because of its family values may want to look to places other than the City of Trees. Boise certainly is no longer the friendliest place in Idaho to raise a family."