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City Tells Residents How and Where To Vote

Boise citizens have no excused this year when it comes to voting in the city council election. The city has provided a neat new interactive voter map available HERE.

Just type in your address and it should not only tell you where to vote, it will provide a map with the most direct route to get to the polls.

Registered Boise City voters are also reminded that they may cast their ballots prior to the election by requesting that an absentee ballot be mailed to them. The Boise City Clerk’s Office will accept written requests for mail-in ballots until 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 28.

An absentee request form is available on the City Clerk’s WEBSITE or a hand-written letter may be sent to the Clerk. All request must contain the printed name of the voter, the voter’s home address, and the address to which the ballot should be mailed.
The voter must personally sign the application. Requests may be mailed to:

Boise City Clerk
P.O. Box 500, Boise, ID 83701

Delivered to:
City Clerk’s Office in Boise City Hall, 150 N. Capitol Blvd.;

Faxed to:
384-3711; or scanned (with signature) and e-mailed to wburrows@cityofboise.org.

Comments & Discussion

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  1. Lucas Baumbach and Dan Dunham have been delivering absentee ballot request forms since early September. We are very interested in seeing a large voter turnout because we beleive in citizen involvement.

    Tomorrow at noon is a city council meeting and they are again going to try to spend another $90,000 toward the trolley. Come down and let them know what you think about how they are spending your tax dollars.

  2. BoiseCitizen
    Oct 27, 2009, 6:08 am

    I did the mail in voting already and it was very easy. A good way to avoid the not so crowded polls on the third.

  3. Nice tool from the city on polling locations.

  4. That’s funny Dave. When I read the title I had to do a double take!

    City Tells Residents How and Where To Vote.

    I guess the old rule of don’t read intent into the message applies here! LOL

    My first impression was way off base!

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