Angry Oregon separatists are looking for a way to become part of Idaho
Citizens for Greater Idaho on Twitter.

Conservative separatists in Oregon are hoping to secede from the state and join Idaho.

"Harney County became the latest Oregon county to express interest in joining the "Greater Idaho" movement, an effort to secede from Democratic-leaning Oregon and join conservative Idaho," Business Insider reports. "On Tuesday, a measure that would require local officials to hold meetings about the idea passed, with 63% of the vote in favor, according to the early results."

Lake, Grant, Baker, Malheur, Union, Sherman, and Jefferson counties have also supported exploring secession.

"Rural Oregon is declaring as loudly as it can that it does not consent to being misgoverned by Oregon's leadership and chooses to be governed as part of a state that understands rural Oregon's values and way of making a living," said Mike McCarter of Citizens for Greater Idaho.

Similar outage has been voiced by conservative activists in other Pacific Coast states. Activists in Washington have sought to form a new "Liberty State" that would include parts of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Activists in northeast California have long sought to form a new "Jefferson State" with rural Oregon.

"We promote the idea of creating a greater (bigger & stronger) Idaho so that conservative counties can become a part of a red state. We started from rural Oregon, but our movement now includes progressives and conservatives of northwestern Oregon who welcome a new, smaller Oregon, as well as Idahoans, Californians, and Washingtonians," Citizens for Greater Idaho says on its website.