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Election Information

Voter registration in the State of Idaho is done at the county level. The County Clerk is the chief registration official for Lemhi County.



2010 Primary Election Ballots Democratic and Republican





Notice of Filing Deadline

Commissioners' Boundaries Map

Commissioners' Boundaries Written Description

Voters' District Map

2010 Campaign Disclosure Manual

If requested, the Clerk will furnish a list of registered voters in the county, arranged by precinct. The requestor may be assessed a charge to compensate the county for the cost of reproducing such a list. It is prohibited by law to use this list for commercial purposes.

For additional election information, see the Idaho Secretary of State Election Division website.

 
Voter Registration

Registration is subject to dates on the Local Elections Calendar. Idaho does not register voters by party affiliation. You are not eligible to vote if you have been convicted of a felony and your rights have not been restored.

To register and vote, you must be:
1. A US citizen
2. A resident of Lemhi County and Idaho for 30 days
3. At least 18 years of age
4. In possession of a valid drivers license or, in-lieu-of, submit the last 4 digits of your social security number

You need to re-register if you have:
1. Changed your name
2. Moved to a different address
3. Not voted within the last 4 years

Same Day Registration is available in Idaho which gives you the opportunity to register on Election Day.

To register on Election Day, you must:
1. Appear in person
2. Present photo identification (such as an Idaho driver’s license or identification card) and
3. Proof of 30-day residency (any document which contains a valid address in the precinct in which you reside)

If you have questions about registration, please call the Clerk’s Office at
756-2815 ext. 221.

 

Polling Places

Precinct #
Precinct Name
Polling Place

01

Salmon City

American Legion Hall

02

Depot

City Hall

03

Brooklyn

Brooklyn Annex

04

Noble

North Fork Fire House

05

Mineral Hill

Mail Ballot Precint

06

Iron Creek

Elk Bend Fire House

07

Pahsimeroi

Mail Ballot Precint

08

Lemhi

Tendoy School House

09

Junction

Leadore Community Center

Absentee Voting
Absentee Ballot Request Form

Because Idaho law provides for absentee voting, registered voters who wish to vote early or will be unable to vote at their precinct in the coming election may vote by mail or at the Clerk’s Office.

You may vote in person from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, at the Clerk’s Office in the Lemhi County Courthouse, 206 Courthouse Drive, up to and including the day before the election.

Those who wish to cast an absentee vote by mail must first submit an Application for Absent Elector’s Ballot form or request by letter including your name, home address, and the mailing address where you want the ballot sent.

All parties requesting a ballot form must sign a letter of request. The completed application can be delivered to the Lemhi County Clerk’s Office in person or by mail to 206 Courthouse Drive, Salmon, ID 83467. It may also be faxed to (208) 756-8424.

Absentee ballots must be received by the Clerk’s Office by 8:00 pm on Election Day.

The Absentee Registration and/or Application for Absentee Ballot must be applied for by the Applicant to the Lemhi County Clerk.

Mail-In Voter Registration cards can be requested from the Clerk’s Office.

 

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