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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
Fax: 208-236-7424
Email the Elections Office

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

Polling Places Map

Congratulations to Samantha Robson of Kuna, Idaho for her winning design of a new "I Voted" sticker to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage in 2020.
Click here for more information.

 


2020 Elections

Sample Ballots:

The Bannock County Elections Office will conduct the Presidential General Election on November 3rd, 2020.

The Elections Office will begin Early Walk-in Voting on Monday, September 28th.  The hours are 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.  The last day to Early Vote is Friday, October 30th

The last day to request a ballot in the mail is Friday, October 23rd.

If you have requested a ballot in the mail and choose to vote in person you must bring that mailed out ballot to the polls on Election Day or bring it with you to the Elections Office during Early Voting.  We cannot issue you a second ballot.  Thank you.

2020 Election Calendar (.pdf)


2020 Election Results


2019 Elections


2019 Election Results


2018 Election Results

Primary Election Results


2017 Election Results


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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