Idaho Secretary of State’s Office:
The above link is a resourceful tool to do the following items;
If you have any questions regarding elections, please call 392-4431 Ext. 121
General Election, November 8, 2022, posted at 9 PM (MST)
Effective July 1, 2011, Idaho Code 34-404 … every registered voter is to choose their political party that they will be associated with. If you do not make a choice, you will automatically be assigned an “unaffiliated” status. You can choose your party when you vote at the next primary election, change it online or you may fill out a affiliation change form and mail to our office: Boise County Elections, PO Box 1300, Idaho City, ID 83631.
ID REQUIRED FOR VOTING
Voting Identification Requirements
2022 Election Calendar (This edition of the 2022 Election Calendar may be updated due to changes made during the 2021 session of the Idaho Legislature.)
The County Clerk is the Chief Registration Official for the County and is in charge of all Federal, State, Taxing District Elections and Boise County Elections. The four (4) election dates per year are:
ABSENTEE VOTING INFORMATION
If you request an absentee ballot for a full year of voting, you must submit a new request every year even though you will always be voting absentee.
To request an absentee ballot the online process is the quickest and easiest way. Use this link Secretary of State/Voting Registration . Though if you choose to fill out a paper application, the entire absentee application must be filled out, including phone number and fax to 208-392-4473, Attn: Elections or bring to the Clerk’s office at 420 Main St., Idaho City. Mail absentee ballot requests must be received no later than eleven (11) days prior to an election by 5 p.m. You cannot physically take any ballots out of the County Office.
Campaign Finance User Guide 2022
Candidates filing for County office positions do so in the Clerks Office at 420 Main St., Idaho City. Please see the above Campaign Finance Filing link for the required financial reporting and Sunshine Law.
The following locations can help you register to vote prior to the deadline for the election. The County Clerk’s Office, 420 Main St., Idaho City, ID and Horseshoe Bend Courthouse – 383 Hwy 55, Horseshoe Bend, ID
Election Day registration is available.
POLLING PLACES FOR BOISE COUNTY CONDUCTED ELECTIONS
Idaho City Precinct #50
Boise County Courthouse
419 Main Street
Idaho City, Idaho
Placerville Precinct #80
Centerville Fire Station
115 Grimes Pass Rd.
Centerville, Idaho 83631
Mores Creek Precinct #70
Wilderness Ranch Fire Station
7 Wilderness Way
Boise, Idaho 83716
Horseshoe Bend Precinct #40
Mutual Improvement Club (Formally known as the Ladies’ Auxiliary Building)
121 W. Boise St.
Horseshoe Bend, Idaho
Garden Valley Precinct #30
Garden Valley High School Gymnasium
1053 Banks Lowman Road
Garden Valley, Idaho 83622
Lowman Precinct #60
Lowman Emergency Services
8000 Hwy 21 – Station #80
Boise County Recorder’s Office
420 Main Street
Idaho City, Idaho
Boise County is a paper ballot county. Sample Ballots are available at the Clerks Office prior to the election date. The Election Department produces poll books and maintains an up-to date list of registered voters, as well as voting history. Candidates filing for County office positions do so in the Clerks Office at 420 Main St., Idaho City. Required financial disclosure reports are filed there also.
Each polling place has a ballot marking device which can assist disabled voters in marking their ballot on Election Day.
34-104. “Qualified elector” defined. “Qualified elector” means any person who is eighteen (18) years of age, is a United States citizen and who has resided in this state and in the county at least thirty (30) days preceding the election in which he/she desires to vote, and who is registered as required by law.
34-107. “Residence” defined. (1)”Residence”, for voting purposes, shall be the principal or primary home or place of abode of a person. Principal or primary home or place of abode is that home or place in which his habitation is fixed and to which a person, whenever he is absent, has the present intention of returing after a departure or absence therefrom, regardless of the duration of absence.
(2)In determining what is a principal place of abode of a person, the following circumstances relating to such person may be taken into account; business pursuits, employment, income sources, residence for income or other tax pursuits, residence of parents, spouse and children, if any, leaseholds, situs of personal and real property, situs of residence for which the exemption in Section 63-602G, Idaho Code, is filed and motor vehicle registration.
(3)A qualified elector who has left his home and gone into another state or territory or county of this state for a temporary purpose only shall not be considered to have lost his residence.
(4)A qualified elector shall not be considered to have gained a residence in any county or sity of this state into which he come for temporary purposes only, without the intention of making it his home but with the intention of leaving it when he as accomplished the purpose that brought him there.
(5)If a qualified elector moves to another state or to any of the other territories, with the intention of making it his permanent home, he shall be considered to have lost his residency in this state.
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