Idahoans across will head to the polls today to cast votes on a number of issues including city council races and school funding. In the Magic Valley there are a number of school funding issues for citizens to decide on including a tax levy for the Filer School District to fund ongoing programs.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) Idaho citizens will head to the polls on Tuesday, November 8, to elect a new president and local leaders. If you haven't participated in early voting and plan to vote on Nov 8, here are some things you need to know before heading to the polls.
If you are on social media and live in Idaho or have friends who live here, then you probably think that everyone in the state is hard core political and goes to the polls with their guns on their side and an American Flag attached to their jacked up trucks.
The deadline to register to vote in Idaho is 25 days prior to the election - October 14th. In Idaho you can register in person or my mail, but not online. So, what can you do if you miss the registration deadline?
Some Idahoans choose not to vote because they believe their vote doesn't count. I believe as an American we should vote every time we are given the chance to vote. It's your right and you should exercise that right.
Today, Tuesday March 10th, is the day to get out there and vote for a lot of school districts.
Below is a list of all county's that will be holding elections today:
In Twin Falls, voters are being asked to approve a two year, $9,000,000 supplemental levy. The money will go towards maintaining the current level of service in the district.