Bannock County Courthouse in Pocatello Idaho


Bannock County Elections Office

Vote in Bannock County

Bannock County Elections Office
141 North 6th Avenue
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? 

2019 Elections

Voters must live within City limits and within a school zone being voted on in order to be eligible to vote.

The Bannock County Elections Office will begin Early Voting for all the Cities and those school zones holding an election in Bannock County on Tuesday, October 15th at 141 N. 6th Ave in Pocatello.  The office will be open from 9:00am to 4:30pm.  Pursuant to Idaho Code 34-1012 the last day to Early Vote will be Friday, November 1st.  If you wish to receive a ballot by mail please submit a written request to the Bannock County Elections Office either by hand delivery or mail to P.O. Box 4489, Pocatello ID  83205.  The request must include the address where you are registered to vote, a mailing address if different and your signature.  Pursuant to Idaho Code 34-1002 the last day to request a mail out ballot is Friday, October 25th.

2019 Election Results

2018 Election Results

Primary Election Results

2017 Election Results



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

2016 Election Results

2015 Election Results

2014 Election Results

Past Election Results

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