Tommy for Idaho How to Vote for Tommy?

Step 1.Register To Vote

Select one of the following buttons below to complete the Online Voter Registration process. You must have an Idaho Driver’s License or Identification Card to complete the Online Voter Registration process.

Voter Registration

Voter registration in Idaho is at the county level with the county clerk acting as the chief registration official of their respective county. If you have questions concerning registration, absentee ballots, or accessible voting, contact your County Clerk. — Download Form

Step 2.Choose How To Vote

  • Getting our voters to vote absentee is preferred as it provides a way to bank votes early and not leave everything to election day.
  • Only registered voters may request absentee ballots.
  • To request an absentee ballot BEFORE MAY 4TH, go to https://idahovotes.gov/media/ 2018_Primary_Absentee_Request_Form_Fillable.pdf. Print the request form and fill it out.
  • The completed absentee ballot request form may be delivered in person, mailed, faxed, or scanned/ photographed and emailed to the county elections office.ß
  • Absentee ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day - May 15, 2018.
  • Electors can early vote with a current Idaho driver’s license, passport, or student ID card with proof of residency up to 2 weeks before the election. Exact dates, time, and locations vary by county and can be found through the County Clerk’s office.
  • In Ada and Canyon County, early voting is available starting April 30 and continuing through May 11. In Ada, vote at Meridian City Hall, the DMV, or the Courthouse. Early vote at Canyon County Elections Office in Canyon County.
  • You do NOT need to be previously registered to early vote in person.
  • Early voting ends in all counties at 5:00 P.M. on the Friday, May 11th.
  • MAY 15TH - Polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. but may open earlier if the county chooses.
  • Polling places can be found on the link below
  • Call/text friends on May 15th to remind them to vote!

Step 3.Vote!

Don't forget to vote. Make sure you take your friends and family to encourage them to vote as well. Remember every vote counts!

Additional InformationMore Voter Information

Election Timeline

April 21st:
First round of requested absentee ballots will be mailed out.
April 30th:
First day to begin Early Voting in Ada and Canyon County.
May 4th:
Last day to request an Absentee Ballot.
May 11th:
Last day for Early Voting in Ada and Canyon County.
May 15th:
Last day for absentee ballots to be received.
May 15th:
Voting at Poling Place!

Voter Registration

Voter registration in Idaho is at the county level with the county clerk acting as the chief registration official of their respective county. If you have questions concerning registration, absentee ballots, or accessible voting, contact your County Clerk. — Download Form

Citizen's Guide to Voting

Official Voting Information provided by the Idaho Secretary of State:

Why Tommy for Idaho

“I’m humbled and thrilled these hard working individuals not only endorse my candidacy, but believe in my fresh approach, new ideas and Conservative Blueprint for an Even Better Idaho. Their willingness to help lead my campaign and the State of Idaho into the future is nothing short of an honor.”

Republican Tommy Ahlquist

Tommy for Idaho I Believe