FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: November 1, 2018
Contact: Kristie Winslow, Communications Coordinator
Phone: (208) 332-2818
Boise, Idaho – Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney reminds the media what our office can provide on Election Day:
Election Results and Updates
Voters and members of the media will be able to follow election results on our website at https://sos.idaho.gov/elect/results/2018/General/ENR/index.html. Unofficial results will be posted beginning at 9 p.m. MST with updates being posted throughout the evening. Users will be able to track statewide voting totals or view results by district or county.
Election Day Interviews and Media Inquires
Our communications team is our primary point of contact for members of the media. Press inquiries should be directed to Kristie Winslow, communications coordinator, at [email protected]. We are aware reporters face tight deadlines during elections. To help expedite your request, please include your name and affiliation, story topic and deadline, a telephone number where you may be reached, and any other details pertinent to the request.
Polling Place Filming Requests
Coordinate all polling place photo/filming with the local county clerk’s office prior to arrival. Contact information for each county clerk is available on IdahoVotes.gov.
Many resources are available online at sos.idaho.gov and IdahoVotes.gov including historical election registration and turnout data, voter registration totals, identification requirements, and a polling place locator. Voters can also check to see if the county has received their absentee ballot.
ABOUT LAWERENCE DENNEY
Lawerence Denney has served the people of Idaho since 1990. His public service began as a representative in District 13 and, following redistricting, then became a representative in District 9 until 2014. During this time, Denney served two terms as Majority Leader and three terms as Speaker of the House before successfully running for state office as Idaho’s Secretary of State. He is currently in the fourth year of his first term as Secretary of State.