VOTE YOUR VOICE
Covering Bonner and Boundary Counties and Legislative District One.
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy. It is a privilege and a responsibility. We have fought wars, marched in the streets, passed legislation, and demanded rights from all corners of the spectrum, yet many citizens do not vote or only do so part-time.
When voters abdicate, community decisions are determined by a minority who may not serve the best interest of the community. Every vote counts. Vote your voice and help determine the future of the community in which you live.
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"Bad officials are elected by citizens who don’t vote."
George Jean Nathan – American Journalist & Writer
CHANGE IN VOTER REGISTRATION LAW
House Bill No. 340 Effective July 1, 2023, voters must show proof of residency to register
Voters who register online, must show documents to prove residency at the county clerk’s office before they are fully registered.
HOW TO VOTE
Voter Registration Register and keep your information up to date. You must update your address everytime you move.
- Register Online at www.voteidaho.gov
- Register by Mail with this FORM
- Register in Person -visit your county elections office and bring these documents.
- New voters can register during early voting or on Election day.
- At the end of January every calendar year, request your ballot for all of the elections of that year online at: www.voteidaho.gov, or contact county above. You must request an absentee ballot every year. You do not need an excuse to vote by mail.
- Ballots start to be mailed out about 4 weeks before each election.
- Mark your ballot and return by mail or in person to the county office ASAP. They must be received by the county no later than 8:00 pm on the day of the election.
Early voting: happens for the two full weeks prior to each election. You may vote early at the county elections office M-F 9:00 am until 5:00 pm.
Election Day voting: Polls are open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. It’s fun and you’ll receive an “I VOTED” sticker. To find out where to vote, go to www.voteidaho.gov