To register to vote in Idaho you must:
You cannot register to vote in Idaho if: • you have been convicted of a felony and have not had your civil rights restored. Persons convicted of a felony in Idaho have their rights automatically restored upon completion of sentencing including probation or parole
To use the online voter registration system you must have an Idaho Driver's License or Identification Card.
Online registration form : https://apps.idahovotes.gov/OnlineVoterRegistration
Printable forms : https://idahovotes.gov/media/voter_registration.pdf
Refer to the box below for information about ID requirements.
Choosing a political party
You may choose a political party affiliation when you register, but it is not required.
For online voter registration, an Idaho Driver's License or Identification card is required.
You must provide one of the following to verify residence:
If you cannot meet any of the above requirements, you may sign an affidavit and cast a provisional ballot subject to verification of your eligibility to vote.
Obtaining a Driver’s License
Where do I get a Driver’s License or Identification Card?
Idaho driver’s licenses, instruction permits, or identification (ID) cards are issued through the county sheriff’s offices. You may apply at a sheriff’s office that provides driver licensing services. Not all county DMV locations offer Driver License/ID Card services. Use the searchable table above to identify locations with Driver License/ID Card services and their specific hours for testing.
In Idaho, any qualified elector may request an absentee ballot.
Application for Absentee Ballot: https://sos.idaho.gov/elect/Clerk/Forms/2018_Absentee%20Request%20Form_Portrait_fillable.pdf
Many organizations offer free rides to polling places. Some of these include:
Accessibility information for disabled Idaho voters--https://idahovotes.gov/accessibility/
Offices/Measures That May Appear on the Ballot
1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)
1-888-API-VOTE (Asian multilingual assistance)
Find useful voter information including:
Librarians from the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT), a Round Table of the American Library Association (ALA), created these reference guides. These guides are intended for informational purposes only and are not in any way intended to be legal advice.