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Idaho election 2019: Where to vote and how to see election results

As Idaho polls close on Tuesday, Nov. 5, KTVB.COM will have the latest live Idaho election results.

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho voters will get to decide on several city council and mayoral races, among other local items, on Tuesday's ballot. The polls open at 8 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.


The State of Idaho has an Idaho Votes website with several voter resources including how to find your polling place and checking your voter registration status. The website also includes poll identification requirements.
Before you head to the polls, study what you'll be voting on with our comprehensive voter guide.

VOTER GUIDE: See what's on your ballot for the May 2019 election

BOOKMARK THIS PAGE: Live Idaho election results  

 As soon as the polls close, head to our election results page and keep an eye on the KTVB YouTube channel, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts for more staff coverage. 

We'll have live coverage on KTVB.COM and our YouTube channel beginning at 8:30 p.m. 

We'll also have live election coverage the KTVB Channel 7 News at 10. 

KTVB also has a live blog featuring tweets from KTVB staff as they cover the biggest races in the Treasure Valley.

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