FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: November 5, 2018
Contact: Kristie Winslow, Communications Coordinator
Phone: (208) 332-2818
Boise, Idaho – Just one day ahead of the 2018 General Election, Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney announced an estimated 153,781 ballots have already been received statewide via absentee and early voting ahead of Election Day.
As of this morning, 168,606 absentee ballots have been issued, and approximately 14,825 absentee ballots are still outstanding.
Voters who have not yet mailed their absentee ballots may still hand-deliver them in-person to their county clerk. In order to be counted, all absentee ballots must be received at the county clerk’s office no later than Tuesday, November 6 at 8 p.m. Voters can track their absentee ballot online at IdahoVotes.gov.
2018 General Election By-the-Numbers
- 846,433 Idahoans are registered to vote (as of Nov. 1)
- 168,606 voters requested an absentee ballot (as of Nov. 5)
- 153,781 absentee ballots have been cast (as of 8 a.m.)
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.