Details on How & Where to Vote on Election Day, Tuesday Nov. 6. Vote Idaho Values & Vote Republican!

Tuesday, Nov. 6 is Election Day!

Your vote is very important — if you haven’t voted already, be sure to go to your voting place, or turn in your absentee ballot, by 8 pm on Tuesday.

If you don’t know where to vote, click here for the Secretary of State’s Idaho Votes page, enter your address, and it’ll tell you where to go on Tuesday.

If you’re not registered to vote, Idaho has same-day voter registration! To register on Election Day, bring a document (such as a utility bill, etc.) with a valid address  and photo identification when you go to your polling place. Students of a post-secondary education institution may use student photo identification and a fee statement with an address in the precinct from their school to register on Election Day. If you like, you can print & fill out this Voter Registration form ahead of time to save time at your polling place.

Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Click here to find out.

If you’ve already sent in your completed absentee ballot and want to check if your county has received it yet, click here.

Finally, if you still have your absentee ballot, be sure to fill it out and return it to your County Clerk’s Elections Office by 8pm Tuesday, Nov. 6! To find out where your County Clerk’s office is, click here.

 

…And one more note: Uber and Lyft are offering discounted rides to the polls on Election Day. This article has all the info and instructions for how to sign up, if you don’t have transportation to go vote on Tuesday.

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