Category: Press Release

Voters Break Records with Ballot Requests for May Primary Election

The 2020 May Primary Election is on track to have the largest voter turnout of any primary election in Idaho’s history. In total, just over 415,500 Idahoans had requested ballots. This represents roughly 45% of the approximately 912,000 registered voters statewide.

Consumer Alert: Attorney General and Secretary of State Issue Warning over Misleading Mailings Aimed at Idaho Businesses

Attorney General Lawrence Wasden and Secretary of State Lawerence Denney are alerting Idaho business owners to a deceptive and misleading mailing. The mailing is from a company called ID Certificate Service and is a request form for a 2020 certificate of existence.

Secretary of State Lawerence Denney Requests Delay in May 19 Primary Election, Expands #VoteEarlyIdaho to Include Online Requests

Secretary of State Lawerence Denney and Idaho’s 44 county clerks will be promoting absentee voting for the Primary election through the #VoteEarlyIdaho campaign.

Secretary Of State Lawerence Denney Announces COVID-19 Office Adjustments, Launches #VoteEarlyIdaho Campaign

Following the Governor’s press conference Wednesday morning, and in keeping with the recommendations for social distancing and group size limitation, Secretary of State Lawerence Denney is modifying the availability of over the counter services at both the 4th Street Corporate Division offices and the Secretary’s Capital office.

Notice of Extension of Campaign Finance Reporting Deadline

At the request of Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney, and in consultation with the office of the Governor, the Idaho Secretary of State’s office is extending the February 10, 2020 filing deadline for PACs and Candidates under the Idaho Sunshine Laws to February 17, 2020.

Secretary of State to Hold Remote Online Notarization Symposium

Notaries from throughout Idaho and Montana are invited to Boise January 10, 2020 to attend a Remote Online Notarization (RON) Symposium hosted by the office of Idaho Secretary of State, Lawerence Denney.