Vote By Absentee Ballot, Early Voting Or On Election Day. Above All: VOTE!

Oct. 16, 2018

Election Day, Nov. 6, is just three weeks away! If you want to vote from the convenience of your home, it’s not too late to request an absentee ballot.

Idaho voters have until Oct. 26 to request an absentee ballot. All you have to do is fill out this form and mail it to, or drop it off at, your County Clerk — click here for a list of all the county clerks and their contact info.

You can also simply send a written and signed request for an absentee ballot to your County Clerk, with your name, the address of your Idaho residence and — if applicable — the mailing address where you would like your absentee ballot forwarded to. And remember to sign your request! For more info on absentee voting, click here.

Most counties also have the option of early voting. Contact your County Clerk to find out when and where you can vote early. Early voting lasts until Nov. 2.

And of course, you can always vote at your polling place on Election Day, Nov. 6. Click here to find out where to vote on Election Day.

However you choose to vote, remember: Your vote is extremely important! If we want to keep our Idaho values intact, if we want to keep Idaho the state we know and love even as we experience change and growth, it’s crucial for you to vote Republican. 

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at, or (208) 343-5405. Thank you!

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