Election information available thru Idaho Secretary of State elections website

There are a couple of things you might need to know if you plan to vote on Tuesday in the General Election.

You can visit the Idaho Secretary of State’s elections website www.voteidaho.gov to find the location of your polling place, check whether they are registered to vote and find out which congressional and legislative district they live in.

Anyone who has a completed absentee ballot must have their ballot received by their county elections office by the time polls close at 8 p.m. Tuesday.

It is too late to mail absentee ballots in time to be counted. However, voters can still deliver their absentee ballot to a drop box before 8 p.m. and have their vote counted.

Eligible voters who are not yet registered to vote may register at their polling place before they cast their ballot on Tuesday. Idahoans who register at the polls will be asked to prove their identity and residence.

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