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Election Information

NEXT ELECTION
School Levy Election - Tuesday, March 14, 2023

How Can I Vote?

Voter Registration Requirements

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen

  • Must be 18 years of age by Election Day

  • Must be a legal resident of Idaho and your County 30 days prior to an election

  • Must not have any legal disqualifications

Register to Vote

Before Friday, February 17, 2023

Open Voter Registration for the March 14th election will close on Friday, February 17th.  Before this date, you can register or update your registration online at voteidaho.gov or by filling out a paper form at the Kootenai County Elections Department (1808 N 3rd Street, Coeur d'Alene, ID).

After February 17, 2023

Voters can register and vote at the same time using a photo ID and Proof of Residency that is dated February 11th or earlier.

 

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When can I vote?

  • You can vote in person on the scheduled election day (March 14, 2023) at the elections office or your assigned polling location.

  • You can early vote in person. Early voting runs from February 27 to March 10, 2023, Monday - Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.

  • You can request an absentee ballot. The last day/time to request an absentee ballot is 11 days prior to an election by 5 p.m. Your ballot must be received by the Elections Department by Election Day at 8 p.m.

Where do I vote?

You voting (or polling) location is based on where you live.

Help Foster Election Integrity
Volunteer to be a Poll Worker

Kootenai County conducts up to four elections each year. Poll Workers are vital to the elections process. On Election Day, poll workers work with voters, helping them register to vote, checking their identification, handing out ballots and monitoring the ballot box. Poll Workers are also responsible for accurately keeping track of who has voted and for the safe transfer of voted ballots to the Elections Office. Other Poll Worker duties include: 

  • Setting up and closing down polling places

  • Ensuring each vote is private

  • Maintaining a neutral and unbiased polling place environment

  • Contacting the Elections Office with any questions prior to or on Election Day

Poll workers attend one to two training session prior to an election day. Elections can be held in March, May, August and November. 

Poll Workers earn compensation for training and working a full day at the polls on Election Day.

Interested in Running for Office?

In the upcoming May 2023 election, there are approximately 34 seats up for re-election. The November 2023 election has another 67 seats. Use the link below if you have an interest in learning more about running for one of these positions.

Seats up for election - updated 1/19/23

Misc info and boundary maps

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