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Absentee Voting

Idaho law provides for absentee voting for registered voters.

Voters who wish to vote early, or will be unable to vote at their precinct in the upcoming elections, may vote by mail or at the Election’s Department.

Absentee/early voting traditionally begins three to six weeks prior to election dates. Call (208) 983-2751 to confirm dates.

Those wishing to vote absentee by mail must first submit an Application for Absent Elector’s Ballot form or request by letter including your name, address, and the address you would like the ballot to be mailed to.  The request must be received by our office 11 days prior to the election day.  The request letter must include your signature(s).  All parties requesting a ballot form must sign the letter of request. The completed application can be delivered by mail, or in person, to Idaho County Elections Department, 320 West Main Street, Rm 5, Grangeville Idaho 83530.

Get Application for Absentee Elector’s Ballot for Primary Election by CLICKING HERE

Get Application for Absentee Elector’s Ballot for General Election by CLICKING HERE

Any other questions may be answered on our Frequently Asked Questions about Voter’s Information.


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