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Bannock County Courthouse in Pocatello Idaho

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Bannock County Elections Office


Vote in Bannock County

Bannock County Elections Office
141 North 6th Avenue (NEW LOCATION)
Pocatello, Idaho 83201
Open Monday through Friday 9 am to 4:30 pm.
Call: 208-236-7333 or 208-236-7329
Fax: 208-236-7424
Email Brandi
Email Julie

Mailing Address to mail registrations and absentee requests:
Bannock County Elections Office
PO Box 4489
Pocatello, Idaho 83205


Where do I vote? 


2018 Elections Information

  • Mar 13th, School District 21 Plant Facility Reserve Fund Levy.  Voters must live within the boundary lines of School District 21 to be eligible to vote.
  • March 9th, Last day for an elector currently registered by party to change party affiliation or become “Unaffiliated” by filing a signed form with the County Clerk’s Elections Office for the Primary Election.
  • March 9th, Last day for filing declarations of candidacy until 5:00 p.m. for candidates, including independents, with the Secretary of State or County Clerk’s Elections Office for the Primary (MAY 15th) and General (NOVEMBER 6th ) Elections.
  • April 17th, Last day declaration of intent to be filed by a write-in candidate for the Primary Election (MAY 15th) with the Secretary of State or County Clerk’s Elections Office.  This filing date is for Federal, State, Legislative, or County Candidates.
  • April 20th, Last day to pre-register to vote with the County Clerk’s Elections Office until 5:00 p.m. for the Primary Election (MAY 15th).  Election Day Registration is Available.
  • 2018 Candidate Filing Information
  • Information on Primary Elections in Idaho

2017 Election Results

2017 Election Information


Maps


Links


1. The Elections Office conducts the Federal, State, County and Local Taxing District elections for Bannock County. The possible four (4) election dates per year are:

  • 2nd Tuesday in March (School Bond or Levy)
  • 3rd Tuesday in May (Primary Election and/or Taxing Districts Elections)
  • Last Tuesday in August (School Bond or Levy)
  • Tuesday following first Monday in November (General Election and/or Taxing District Election)

The Elections Office maintains an up-to-date list of registered voters, as well as voting history. The Elections Office can produce voter lists, precinct maps, and Commissioner District maps upon written request. This information is available by paper, e-mail or CD-ROM.

Candidates filing for County office do so in the Elections Office, as well as file financial disclosure reports there.

If a voter is not able to show a required photo ID, the voter will be given the option to sign the Personal Affidavit.  For more information go to IdahoVotes.gov.


2016 Election Results


2015 Election Results


2014 Election Results


Past Election Results

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