Payment Options

About Payment Methods

The Office of the Secretary of State allows you to pay for
services using a variety of methods including: Tyler Idaho subscription,
credit card, debit card, check, and cash. Because the fees vary with each
payment method, you should review this page to understand which option will
work best for you based on how you do business with the office of the Secretary
of State.

Tyler Idaho Subscriber Account

Customers have the option to pay for services with their Tyler Idaho
subscription. By having a subscription with Tyler Idaho, you will have
the convenience of receiving a monthly invoice that details your transactions
instead of being charged separately for every transaction. Tyler Idaho
charges an annual subscription fee of $95. This subscription fee does not
include the cost of Secretary of State services as outlined in the Fee Schedule.
For more information about the Tyler Idaho subscription, payment terms,
or to become a Tyler Idaho subscriber, please visit the Subscribe page of

Credit and Debit Cards

All major credit cards are accepted including MasterCard, Visa, Discover Card,
and American Express. Please note: A $1.00 non-refundable processing fee PLUS
a 2.5% transaction fee will be included for each credit or debit card transaction.

Check or Money Order

Please make checks and money orders payable to Idaho
Secretary of State.


Please DO NOT send cash through the mail.

System Upgrade In Progress

Campaign Finance, Lobbyist Reporting, and Online Voter Tools are expected to be offline from April 9th at 5:00 p.m. MDT, through April 12th at 8:00 a.m. MDT to complete a system upgrade.

Per Idaho Code 67-6607, campaign finance is reported monthly during a campaign’s election year. The deadline for the March report falls on Saturday, April 10th. Due to the interruption caused by this upgrade, political treasurers will be allowed to file the March report until 11:59 p.m. MDT on Monday, April 12th.

While we do our best to ensure compliance with all deadlines in statute, the timing of this release is critical to ensure minimal (or no) impact to the May election cycle. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.