It won't turn out this way for everyone, but my early voting experience was so quick I couldn't believe it. I was in and out in no time. Next week will be a busy one so vote today if you want to save time. You've got several locations to choose from in Ada and Canyon Counties, along with that mobile truck.
Early voters have been at the polls for three days in Ada and Canyon counties, and the chance to cast an early ballot continues for the next two weeks. If you're an early voter like me, maybe you've developed a strategy and have a few helpful tips, like these.
It's election day today in the Treasure Valley. This is all about the schools. They are hoping to get your approval on being able to spend, expand and reorganize. You make the call today - your vote counts.
Doesn't it feel good to vote? I think it does.
There are things that motivate us to get to the polls, besides the obvious opportunity to weigh in on the next four years.
The kids are talking about the election at school, and if Mama doesn't vote, they will be on my case! What else encourages you to get to the polls?
Part of the idea behind early voting is to help us avoid long lines on Election Day, but early voting has become so popular that we sometimes hit long lines there too.
I think I may have discovered the best time of day to go, to avoid long lines. Oh, and I voted for...
They're trying to make it easier on us to get out and vote, with the mobile truck taking ballots around the Treasure Valley during early voting this week. And the push is there to get us to the polls on November 8th too.
Voters don't always jump at the chance to cast a ballot, and that keeps Idaho in the lower half of the US when it comes to voter turnout.