Check out the following information and resources to make your vote count!
Idaho’s Official Government Website for Voting Information
Check if you are registered to vote through IdahoVotes official government website.
Register to vote or update your registration through IdahoVotes official government website.
Request an absentee ballot through IdahoVotes official government website.
Find your polling location through IdahoVotes official government website.
Secretary of State
Citizens’ Guide to Voting
Twin Falls County Clerk – Election Information
Twin Falls County Clerk
PO Box 126
Twin Falls ID 83303-0126
phone: (208) 736-4004
fax: (208) 736-4182
- Pre-registering to vote – registration closes 24 days before an election. Election Day registration is available during early voting. You must have photo ID and proof of residence. If your current address is shown on your driver’s license, that is all you need. If your current address is not shown on your driver’s license, you need to bring something with you that shows your current address (power bill, car registration, insurance, pay check, bank statement, etc.). You can check your voter registration status here.
- Early voting – Early voting begins two to three weeks before any election. The last day for early voting is always the Friday before the election. The early voting center is located at Twin Falls County West, 630 Addison Ave. W, on the first floor. The early voting office is only open during early voting. If you need assistance any other time, please come to the Recorder’s office on the 2nd floor.
- Requesting a Mail-In Absentee Ballot- Request Deadline – Registered voters may submit by mail, fax (208-736-4182) or e-mail (email@example.com) a request for an absentee ballot to be mailed to them. Application for Absent Elector Ballot must be personally signed by the registered voter requesting the ballot. Application forms can be picked up at the County Clerk’s office at County West or downloaded from the Twin Falls County web site www.twinfallscounty.net. Election laws do not provide for a ballot to be picked up by a family member or friend. The last day for an application for a mail-in absentee ballot to be received by the County Clerk is 11 days before any election at 5:00 p.m. Requests can be returned to the Recorder’s office by mail, fax (208-736-4182) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Mail ballot return – The deadline to return mail ballots to the Clerk’s office is always 8:00 p.m. on election night. Ballots cannot be returned at the polling places; just at the County West office.
- Election Day – polls are open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. To find your polling place click here or call the Clerk’s office at (208) 736-4004.
The Library provides free computer access to register to vote, find a polling place, or to request an absentee ballot.
Links to websites are for informational purposes only and do not in any way constitute an endorsement.