Boise Idaho Voter Guide
Voting is an important part of any democracy and the state of Idaho is no exception. The city of Boise in particular has a unique set of rules and regulations that must be followed when voting. This voter guide is designed to help residents of Boise understand the process of voting and their rights as a voter.
Before you can vote in Boise, Idaho, you must register. To register, you must be at least 18 years of age, a US citizen, and a resident of Idaho. To register, you must complete a voter registration form, which can be found here. You can also register in person at the Ada County Elections Office. Once you have registered, you will receive a voter registration card in the mail.
Where to Vote
Once registered, you will receive a voter card in the mail with your polling location. You can also find your polling location by visiting the Idaho Votes website. Polling locations are generally open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on Election Day.
If you are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day, you can vote by absentee ballot. To do so, you must fill out an absentee ballot request form and return it to your county election office. You can also submit your request online here. Once you have submitted your request, you will receive your ballot in the mail. You must complete and return your ballot by 8:00 pm on Election Day.
As a voter in Idaho, you have certain rights that must be respected. You have the right to a secret ballot, to be treated with respect, to ask for help if needed, and to cast your ballot without fear of intimidation or harassment. If you feel your voting rights have been violated, you can contact the Department of Justice Voting Section or the ACLU Voting Rights Project for help.
Voting is an important part of our democracy and the state of Idaho takes it seriously. By following the steps outlined in this voter guide, you can ensure that your voice is heard and your vote is counted.