Be sure you’re registered to vote. You may register to vote at the polls on Election Day. See where to vote and get details on registering at IdahoVotes.gov»
Mar. 11: The last day for candidates to file declaration of candidacy for May 17 primary election.
April 1: County clerks begin mailing absentee ballots to voters who have requested them for the May 17 primary.
April 22: Voter pre-registration deadline for May 17 election. Alternatively, voters may register at the polls on Election Day.
May 2: Early voting begins; voters may vote in-person at the county Elections Office.
May 17: Absentee voting ends. Absentee ballots must be received at the Elections Office by 8 p.m.
May 17: Primary Election Day. Polls open 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Nov. 8: General Election Day. Polls open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. for voters to choose between successful primary election candidates.
Luke Omodt, R
Dave Bowman, R
Dan McDonald, R (incumbent)
Jeff Connolly, R (incumbent)
Michael Rosedale, R (incumbent)
Cheryl Piehl, R (incumbent)
Idaho Votes: Check the Idaho Secretary of State’s official voting info site for details on voter registration and how to vote, at VoteIdaho.gov. Use these tools to:
– Check to see you’re registered.
– Not registered? Register online.
– Find where you vote on Election Day.
Polling locations: View the compiled list of Bonner County 2021 precincts and polling places.
Precinct map: See color-coded location of voting precincts in Bonner County on the enlargeable 2018 Voter Precinct Map.
Bonner County Elections: Click for the Bonner County Clerk’s Election Office page.
Photo ID is required to vote. To cast a vote in Idaho, voters must show picture ID at the polls before being issued a ballot. Acceptable forms of picture ID are:
If you are not able to show an acceptable ID, you have the option of signing an affidavit, attesting to your personal identity. Once that is signed, you will be issued a ballot.
How and Where to Vote:
There’s a wealth of information on the state’s official voter information website with details and tools for voter registration and more, at IdahoVotes.gov.
Project Vote Smart:
See biographies, voting records, campaign finances and more about candidates for state and national office at VoteSmart.org.
See comprehensive information for voters on federal and state races in Idaho at the Ballotpedia Idaho page.
What are the facts?:
To verify statements by candidates or others, two useful nonpartisan fact-checking websites are PolitiFact.com and FactCheck.org.
Follow the money:
Use tools to see how much candidates are collecting and who is donating at OpenSecrets.org or go directly to the Sandpoint page to see local contributors and recipients. Get more detailed information on statewide and legislative candidate contributions and expenditures at the Idaho Secretary of State’s Campaign Finance Disclosure Database.
Republican party websites
– Bonner County Republican Central Committee
– Bonner County Republican Women
– State Republican website
– Republican National Committee
Democratic party websites
– Bonner County Democrats
– State Democratic website
– Democratic National Committee
Constitution Party websites
– Constitution Party of Idaho website
– Constitution Party of the United States
Green Party websites
– Idaho Green Party website
– Green Party of the United States
Libertarian party websites
– State Libertarian website
– National Libertarian Party website
Idaho Legislators. Click to find contact information for our District 1 and District 7 legislators for Bonner-Boundary counties, on the Idaho Legislature’s Who’s My Legislator page.
Bonner County. Contact county officials on the Bonner County website; browse menu for Commissioners, County Clerk, Treasurer and others.
City of Sandpoint. Mayor and council contacts on City of Sandpoint website.
City of Ponderay. Mayor and council contacts on City of Ponderay website.
City of Priest River. Contact mayor and council on City of Priest River site.
“For years now I have been talking about personal responsibility and accountability, both in our private lives and in the halls of government. Those are important principles here in Idaho, and they will form the basis of this administration.” Butch Otter
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