Ada County Early Voting Begins Monday, November 18th


Beginning Monday, November 18th, early voting will be available in Ada County for the December 3rd Boise Mayoral Runoff Election. Early voting is available weekdays from Monday, November 18th through Friday, November 29th, except Thanksgiving Day, November 28th.

Any voters residing within Boise City may vote at any of the early voting locations. Voters not registered may register and vote at either location by bringing a photo ID or proof of residence. To see a preview of your ballot and to confirm that your precinct is eligible to vote in the runoff, please visit www.AdaCountyElections.com or call (208) 287-6860. Additionally, voters may request an absentee ballot through November 22nd to vote by mail. The absentee ballot request form is available from the Ada County Elections website.

Ada County Early Voting Locations:

Boise City Hall – 150 N. Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702 (M – Fri., 8am – 5pm, except Thanksgiving Day)

Ada County Elections – 400 Benjamin Ln, Boise, ID 83704 (M – Fri., 8am – 5 pm, except Thanksgiving Day)

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