May 2018 Treasure Valley Voters Guide
Welcome to our Voter Guide for the May primaries, presented by the Idaho Statesman and the League of Women Voters of Idaho. Compare candidates' views on the issues side by side and create your own ballot, which you can then print or email.
- April 30 - May 11: Early voting in Ada and Canyon counties. Ada will also offer voting on Saturday, May 5. For more details, follow this link.
- May 4: Last day to request a mail-in absentee ballot.
- May 15: Election Day. Polls will be open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Absentee ballots must be returned to county clerks' offices by 8 p.m.
Looking for more coverage? Visit IdahoStatesman.com/election for previews, voting information and other things to know before you vote.
...Please note: The guide will display candidates from multiple parties in one group. At the polls, you will be asked to choose a Republican, Democratic or nonpartisan ballot. Idaho's Republican primary is closed, while the Democratic primary is open to voters affiliated with any party. There are no primaries this year for the Constitution or Libertarian parties. Candidates' responses have not been edited.
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