What Can You Do If You Didn’t Register To Vote In Idaho
The deadline to register to vote in Idaho is 25 days prior to the election - October 14th. In Idaho you can register in person or my mail, but not online. So, what can you do if you miss the registration deadline?
You aren't out of luck. You can still register to vote the day of the elections at the voting facility. What you won't be able to do is vote early. If you register in advance of an election you are allowed to vote starting October 17th in Twin Falls County. To register by mail fill out the postcard from idahovotes or at vote.gov and skip to page 7 for Idaho specific details.
The final day to register to vote by mail with absentee ballot will be October 28th.
Election day 2016 is November 8th - check here for polling locations. If you weren't able to register in advance you'll need to bring a Photo I.D. and proof of residence to the polling location the day of the elections.
Not only will we be voting for the next President Of The United States, the ballots will include the following
- General Election
- U.S. Senator
- State Senators
- State Representatives
- County Commissioner, Districts 2 & 3
- County Sheriff
- County Prosecutor
- Magistrate Judge
- CSI Trustees
- City of Filer Water Bond
- Rock Creek Fire Protection District Permanent Override Levy