Following the August 29th recall election in West Bonner School District, Idaho Secretary of State Phil McGrane has released the following statement…
School district bond and levy elections will be held in 11 out of 44 Idaho counties on Election Day, August 29, 2023.
Poll workers are an essential part of the electoral process, ensuring that our elections are conducted fairly, transparently, and smoothly. As Idaho prepares for important upcoming local elections across the state in November, county clerks rely on thousands of trained poll workers to facilitate the voting process effectively.
School bond and levy elections will be held in 11 out of 44 Idaho counties on Election Day, August 29, 2023. The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot for this election is this Friday, August 18.
Elections for local taxing districts, including school district bonds and levies will be held in 33 out of 44 Idaho counties on Election Day, May 16, 2023. The elections will take place at polling locations across the state on May 16, with polls open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Attorney General Raúl Labrador and Secretary of State Phil McGrane are warning Idaho’s small businesses about misleading ads offering business compliance filings including certificates of existence or UCC statements.
The State of Idaho is taking action to ensure the accuracy and integrity of its voter rolls. County elections offices throughout the State of Idaho recently completed a biennial review and maintenance of the voter registration system. A total of 74,332 voters statewide were removed from the system due to inactivity, change of address, or who were otherwise determined to be ineligible to vote.
School bond and levy elections will be held in 40 out of 44 Idaho counties on Election Day, March 14, 2023. The elections will take place at polling locations across the state on March 14, with polls open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
On Tuesday, November 22, 2002, Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney announced the completion of the 2022 General Post-Election Audit. Senate Bill 1274, signed into law by the Governor this past session, created a post-election audit after each primary and general election. The counties were chosen by random ball draw weighted proportionally to their population, after which precincts from within those counties were selected.
Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney, along with the other members of Idaho’s State Board of Canvassers, Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf, and Idaho State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth, conducted and certified the official state canvass for the 2022 General Election.