Guide: Voting Day in Idaho
It's a glorious voting day in Idaho!! The polls are open and voting is underway and we wanted to break down all the important info before you head out.
First thing first, you need to make sure that you're registered to vote. Lucky for you, you can check that quickly RIGHT HERE. All you need is your first and last name, plus the county you live in.
Next, you have to make sure you're going to be going to the right place to cast your vote. To check which polling place you need to head to, CLICK HERE.
Levies and Bonds
Next, let's break down some of the different levies and bonds that will affect Treasure Valley schools:
Caldwell School District - A two-year $4,100,000 per year supplemental levy. This will take care of maintaining and operating schools.
Middleton School District - A two-year $1.5 million per year supplemental levy for maintaining and operating schools.
Nampa School District - A two-year $12,895,000 supplemental levy for maintaining and operating schools.
Vallivue School District - A two-year $4.5 million supplemental levy for maintaining and operating schools.
Now for our elected officials. It is a presidential primary so your vote could determine the next president. On the Democratic ticket, 17 names will appear but, according to KTVB, "only three are still actually in the running: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Tulsi Gabbard. "
As for the Republican ticket, "six names appear on the ballot but only President Trump and Bill Weld are actively running."
Now, let's talk about the coronavirus. According to KTVB, there will be hand sanitizer available at all polling places (standard practice). However, voters are encouraged to bring their own pens to use on the ballot.