Welcome to North Idaho Voter Services
Electing Qualified Candidates with Voter Participation and Trustworthy Information
Tools and Facts for Voters
Get Details on How to Vote
Most voters live busy lives. There’s little time to navigate voting requirements and deadlines. Our focus at NIVS is to provide information that will make voting convenient. For voting information, click here – Voting.
learn about CANDIDATES
It’s almost a full time job to research candidates and issues. Misinformation & political rhetoric cloud the landscape. NIVS will do the research and provide you with trustworthy information. To find out more, click here – Candidates.
All About Our LEGISLATURE
In a special Idaho Legislative Session called by Governor Brad Little, a major bill funding education and providing tax cuts and tax changes passed the legislature with large majorities. In the one day session, the house voted 55 -15 and the senate voted 34-1 in favor of this historic bill. LD1 Senator Jim Woodward voted in favor of the legislation and Representatives Heather Scott and Sage Dixon opposed the legislation. Read More.
Timber the Wonder Dog says ... VOTE SMART!
We’re powered by the conviction that every vote counts. Our goal is simple: to provide voters with convenient and trustworthy information that will empower them to vote.
We’re dedicated to the belief that we can. WE CAN elect qualified candidates. With qualified leadership, we can address the challenging issues confronting North Idaho: jobs, education, and growth.
We’re determined to make a difference. Our tasks are serious but we will keep a sense of humor. To help us, we have recruited Timber the wonder dog. She considers herself the best doggone political pundit going — but she doesn’t mind taking a break from serious stuff to play ball. We’ll use her as our inspiration to do the same during the coming elections.
Results of the Education Survey are in!
Do you approve of the $410 million in additional educational funding?
Do you have children in school?
Do you use the public libraries?
Did you Vote in the 2022 May Primary?