Apparently Bill Sali's bad case of "brain fade" impairs his ability to read a map, because he has opened his campaign headquarters for his race to win a second term in ID-01... in ID-02. [Link is behind paid firewall; sorry!]
Idaho congressman Bill Sali has opened a new campaign office just upstairs from his congressional office in Boise - both of them in the 2nd Congressional District. Sali represents the 1st District.
"It's a convenient location, and it's a centralized location where people can interact easier with the congressional office," said Sali spokesman Wayne Hoffman. "It's in downtown Boise. A lot of people come downtown to see the offices of their elected officials."
So there's not only the matter of being in the wrong district, but this also raises the question of building the proper separation between campaign and congressional offices. Oh, well... based on Sali's skill at filing his FEC notices, it's not like he's let a few "rules" ever get in his way.
Democratic opponent Walt Minnick has an office located in the western part of Boise, in ID-01. (He also has almost twice as much cash on hand as Sali.)