May 2018 Primary: County-by-county ballot breakdown
Author: KTVB
Published: 4:55 PM MDT April 17, 2018
Updated: 1:01 PM MDT May 15, 2018
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On May 15, voters will take to the polls to decide county, legislative and statewide races, as well as ballot questions, including school funding requests.

This election is a primary, so your ballot will reflect candidates from your party of choice. The Republican and Constitution parties both have closed primaries, meaning only voters affiliated with those parties can vote for their respective candidates. The Democratic Party is holding an open primary, and anyone can vote for that party's candidates, so long as they have not voted on another party's ballot.

Below is a county-by-county breakdown, including legislative races in each county. You can look up your legislative district here.

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May 2018 Primary: County-by-county ballot breakdown

VOTER-GUIDE
Chapter 1

ADA COUNTY

Legislative District 14

State Senator

  • DEM Richard Boozel
  • REP Darin J. Driscoll
  • REP Natalie Feuerstein
  • REP C. Scott Grow
  • REP Todd Hatfield
  • REP Ted Hill

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Jane M. Rohling
  • REP Mike Moyle

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Gayann DeMordaunt

Legislative District 15

State Senator

  • DEM Jim Bratnober
  • REP Sarah A. Clendenon
  • REP Fred S. Martin

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Steve Berch
  • REP Lynn M. Luker

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Jake Ellis
  • REP Patrick McDonald

Legislative District 16

State Senator

  • DEM Grant Burgoyne
  • REP LeeJoe Lay

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM John A. McCrostie
  • REP Graham Paterson

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Rob Mason
  • DEM Colin Nash
  • DEM Geoff Stephenson
  • DEM George Tway
  • DEM Barb Vanderpool
  • REP Jim Silsby

Legislative District 17

State Senator

  • DEM Maryanne Jordan
  • REP David L. DeHaas

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM John Gannon
  • DEM Randy H Johnson
  • REP Anthony Thomas Dephue

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Sue Chew
  • REP Kevin Rhoades

Legislative District 18

State Senator

  • DEM Janie Ward-Engelking

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Ilana Rubel

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Brooke Green
  • REP Steve Simmons

Legislative District 19

State Senator

  • DEM Cherie Buckner-Webb
  • REP Aaron J. Tribble

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Mat Erpelding
  • REP Gary Parent II
  • REP Mark Patten

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Melissa Wintrow

Legislative District 20

State Senator

  • REP Mark Johnson
  • REP Chuck Winder5528 N Ebbets Ave Boise ID 83713

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Joe A. Palmer

State Representative, Position B

  • REP James Holtzclaw

Legislative District 21

State Senator

  • DEM Dawn C. Pierce
  • REP Clifford R. "Cliff" Bayer

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Joshua Robinson
  • REP Steven C Harris

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Thomas E. "Tom" Dayley

Legislative District 22

State Senator

  • DEM Mik W. Lose
  • REP Lori Den Hartog

State Representative, Position A

  • REP John Vander Woude

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Ronald DeBlauw
  • REP Jason A. Monks

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • DEM Erik Berg
  • DEM Diana Lachiondo
  • REP Jim Tibbs

County Commissioner, Third District

  • DEM Kendra Kenyon
  • REP Dave Case
  • REP Tom Morgan
  • REP Sharon M. Ullman

County Clerk

  • DEM Kelly Yvonne Mitchell
  • REP Phil McGrane

County Treasurer

  • DEM Scott E. Jones
  • REP Elizabeth A. Mahn

County Assessor

  • REP Robert H. McQuade

County Coroner

  • DEM Dotti Owens
  • REP Nikole "Niki" O'Neal
Chapter 2

ADAMS COUNTY

Legislative District 9

State Senator

  • REP Abby Lee

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Allen Schmid
  • REP Ryan Kerby
  • REP Lorrie L. Richins

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Chase Van Weerdhuizen
  • REP Judy Boyle

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Mike Ball
  • REP Joe Iveson

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Viki Purdy

County Clerk

  • REP Sherry Ward

County Treasurer

  • REP Christy Wilson

County Assessor

  • REP Stacy Swift Dreyer

County Coroner

  • REP Susan Warner

Cambridge School District No. 432J

Supplemental Levy

  • $80,000 per year, for two years

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Trustees of Cambridge School District No. 432J, Adams and Washington Counties, Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental levy, as permitted by law in Section 33-802(3), Idaho Code, eighty thousand dollars ($80,000), each year for two years for a total of one hundred sixty thousand dollars ($160,000) for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the district for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020, as provided in the resolution of the Cambridge School District No. 432J Board of Trustees adopted on February 20, 2018?

Council School District No. 13

Supplemental Levy

  • $85,000 per year, for two years

Ballot Question:

"Shall they Board of Trustees of Council School District No. 13, Adams County, Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental levy, as permitted by law in Section 33-802(3), Idaho Code, eighty-five thousand ($85,000) each year for two years for a total of one hundred seventy thousand dollars ($170,000) for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the district for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020, as provided in the resolution of the Council School District No. 13 Board of Trustees adopted on January 8, 2018?"

Salmon River Joint School District No. 243

Supplemental Levy

  • $525,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

“Shall the Board of Trustees of Salmon River Joint School District #243, Idaho and Adams Counties, State of Idaho be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental levy as permitted by law in the amount of Five Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($525,000.00) for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019?”

Chapter 3

BLAINE COUNTY

Legislative District 26

State Senator

  • DEM Michelle Stennett
  • REP Julie Lynn

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Muffy Davis
  • REP Steve Miller

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Sally Toone
  • REP Mike McFadyen

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • DEM Dick Fosbury
  • DEM Larry Schoen
  • REP Mick Halverson

County Commissioner, Third District

  • DEM Angenie McCleary

County Clerk

  • DEM JoLynn Drage

County Treasurer

  • DEM John David Davidson

County Coroner

  • REP Russell Mikel

County Assessor

  • DEM Kyle Kunz
  • DEM Jim Williams

Fifth Judicial District Court Judge

To succeed Randy J. Stoker

  • Samuel S. Beus
  • Theodore Booth
  • David W. Gadd
  • Roger B. Harris
Chapter 4

BOISE COUNTY

Legislative District 8

State Senator

  • REP Marla Lawson
  • REP Steven Thayn

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Terry F. Gestrin

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Dorothy Moon

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Charles Haupt
  • REP Roger Jackson
  • REP Daniel Lenz

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Laura Baker
  • REP George Butters
  • REP Steven Wilkins

County Clerk

  • REP Mary Prisco
  • REP Vicki Wilkins

County Treasurer

  • REP Gina Turner

County Assessor

  • REP Chris Juszczak

County Coroner

  • REP Pamela Garlock
  • REP Bud Paine

City of Crouch

Special Revenue Bond Election

  • $1,300,000
  • For improvements to city's water system

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Crouch, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and to issue and sell its revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $1,300,000 to pay the cost of acquiring and constructing improvements and betterments to the domestic water system facilities of the City, said bonds to be payable solely from domestic water system revenues, over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed forty (40) years from the date of the bonds, as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 2018-01?

Garden Valley Fire Protection District

Special Tax Levy Election

  • Permanent increase of $279,613

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Commissioners of the Garden Valley Fire Protection District be authorized and empowered to increase its budget for a special tax levy pursuant to Idaho Code $ 63-802 (1)(h) in the amount of $279,613.00 (Two hundred seventy-nine thousand six hundred thirteen and no/l00 dollars) to defray personnel costs associated with provision of licensed Emergency Medical Paramedic Advanced Life Support (ALS) services by the Garden Valley Fire Protection District 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, commencing with the fiscal year 20l8-2019, and to establish said amount the same as the base amount for all subsequent fiscal years for the same purpose described herein as authorized by law.

Mores Creek Rim Ranches Water District

Special Revenue Bond Election

  • $985,000
  • To pay for improvements to domestic water system

Ballot Question:

Shall the Mores Creek Rim Ranches Water District, Idaho, be authorized to incur indebtedness and to issue and sell its revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $985,000 to pay the cost of acquiring and constructing improvements and betterments to the domestic water system facilities of the District, said bonds to be payable solely from domestic water system revenues, over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed forty (40) years from the date of the bonds, as more fully provided in Resolution No. 2018-01?

Chapter 5

CAMAS COUNTY

Legislative District 26

State Senator

  • DEM Michelle Stennett
  • REP Julie Lynn

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Muffy Davis
  • REP Steve Miller

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Sally Toone
  • REP Mike McFadyen

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Bill Davis

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Travis Kramer

County Clerk

  • REP Korri Blodgett

County Treasurer

  • REP Gayle Bachtell

County Assessor

  • REP Lynn McGuire

County Coroner

  • REP Wesley A. Walker

Fifth Judicial Court Judge

To Succeed Randy J. Stoker

  • Samuel S. Beus
  • Theodore Booth
  • David W. Gadd
  • Roger B. Harris
Chapter 6

CANYON COUNTY

Legislative District 9

State Senator

  • REP Abby Lee

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Allen Schmid
  • REP Ryan Kerby
  • REP Lorrie L. Richins

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Chase Van Weerdhuizen
  • REP Judy Boyle

Legislative District 10

State Senator

  • DEM Evangeline Beechler
  • REP Jim Rice

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Sead Muradbegovic
  • REP Jarom Wagoner

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Chelsea Gaona-Lincoln
  • REP Greg Chaney

Legislative District 11

State Senator

  • DEM Harold F. "Ric" Coles Jr.
  • DEM Edward Savala
  • REP Zach Brooks
  • REP Patti Anne Lodge

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Josh Gibbons
  • REP Scott Syme

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Brian A. Ertz
  • REP Kirk Adams
  • REP Scott R. Brock
  • REP David L. Lincoln
  • REP Tammy Nichols
  • REP Kathryn Ralstin

Legislative District 12

State Senator

  • DEM Chelle Gluch
  • REP Todd Lakey

State Representative, Position A

  • DEM Pat Day Hartwell
  • REP Robert Anderst

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Rick D. Youngblood

Legislative District 13

State Senator

  • REP Jeff C. Agenbroad

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Brent J. Crane

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Chris Ho
  • REP Gary E. Collins
  • REP Lori Shewmaker

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Sid Freeman
  • REP Darin Taylor
  • REP Leslie Van Beek
  • REP Robert Vasquez

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Mike Pullin
  • REP Pam White

County Clerk

  • REP Chris Yamamoto

County Treasurer

  • REP Tracie Lloyd

County Assessor

  • REP Brian R. Stender

County Coroner

  • REP Jennifer Crawford
  • REP Vicki DeGeus-Morris

City of Nampa

Municipal Bond Election

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and issue and sell its sewer bonds, in one or more series of bonds, in an aggregate principal amount for all such bonds of not more than $165,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to renovate, improve, upgrade, and better the wastewater collection and treatment facilities of the City, with each of said series of bonds to be payable annually or at such lesser intervals as determines by future resolutions or ordinances of the City, and ot mature serially with the final installment to fall due within thirty (30) years from the date of each of said series of bonds, and to bear interest at a rate or rates to be determined by future resolutions or ordinances of the City, with the principal of and the interest on each of said series of bonds to be payable solely from net revenues to be derived from the operation of the City's wastewater system, all as provided in the Ordinance of the City adopted on February 20, 2018?

City of Wilder

Wilder Free Library District

  • Plant Facilities Levy
  • $30,825 per year for three years
  • Requires 55 percent approval

Ballot Question:

Shall Wilder Free Library District be authorized to levy a three year plant facilities property tax levy not to exceed the sum of thirty thousand eight hundred twenty-five and no/100 dollars [$30,825.00] per year commencing in fiscal year 2018-2019 and not to exceed the sum of thirty thousand eight hundred twenty-five and no/100 [$30,825.00] for fiscal year 2019-2020 and in fiscal year 2020-2021; for the purpose of funding the continued remodel of the library? Fifty-five percent (55%) of the electors voting in this election must be in favor thereof to approve the proposed dollar amount to be collected.

Chapter 7

CASSIA COUNTY

Legislative District 27

State Senator

  • REP Kelly Arthur Anthon

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Scott Bedke

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Kevin Williams
  • REP Fred Wood

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Randy Harris
  • REP Jeff Jarolimek
  • REP Leonard M. Beck

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Tim Darrington
  • REP Kent R. Searle

County Clerk

  • REP Joseph W. Larsen

County Treasurer

  • REP Laura Greener
  • REP Cindy Moyle

County Assessor

  • REP Dwight W. Davis

County Coroner

  • REP Craig Rinehart

Fifth Judicial Court Judge

To Succeed Randy J. Stoker

  • Samuel S. Beus
  • Theodore Booth
  • David W. Gadd
  • Roger B. Harris

City of Burley

Street Levy

  • $165,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

Shall the levy upon the taxable property within the City of Burley be increased to produce the sum of one hundred sixty-five thousand and No/100 dollars ($165,000.00) in excess of that otherwise allowed by law, for each of the tax years 2018 and 2019, to provide additional funding for the city of Burley Streets Department and the continued construction, repair, and maintenance of City of Burley streets and costs of equipment, materials, and personnel related thereto as provided in Resolution No. 1-18 of the Burley City Council adopted on the 6th day of February, 2018?

CUSTER COUNTY

Legislative District 8

State Senator

  • REP Marla Lawson
  • REP Steven Thayn

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Terry F. Gestrin

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Dorothy Moon

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Wayne F. Butts
  • REP Mark Wisner

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Steve W. Smith

County Clerk

  • REP Lura Baker

County Treasurer

  • REP Allicyn Latimer

County Assessor

  • REP Jacquel L. Bruno

County Coroner

  • REP Chad Workman

Custer County

Special Negotiable Bond Election

  • $4,500,000
  • For construction of new jail

Ballot Question:

Shall Custer County, Idaho, issue and sell its negotiable bonds in the amount of up to $4,500,000 for the purpose of providing for the acquisition, construction and equipping of a new jail and related facilities and to pay expenses related thereto, for use by the County, said bonds to be due in such installments as fixed by the County Commissioners of Custer County, Idaho, the last installment due and payable not more than twenty (20) years from the date of the bonds, as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 2018-02 adopted by the County Commissioners of Custer County, Idaho, on March 12, 2018?

Chapter 8

ELMORE COUNTY

Legislative District 23

State Senator

  • REP Bert Brackett
  • REP Mark Rhatigan

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Oscar Evans
  • REP Christy Zito

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Megan C. Blanksma

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Franklin "Bud" Corbus

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Albert Hofer

County Clerk

  • REP Shelley Essl

County Treasurer

  • REP Amber Sloan

County Assessor

  • REP Josh Dison
  • REP Debra S. South

County Coroner

  • REP Jerry L. Rost
Chapter 9

GEM COUNTY

Legislative District 8

State Senator

  • REP Marla Lawson
  • REP Steven Thayne

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Terry F. Gestrin

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Dorothy Moon

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Norvil Bryan Elliott

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Mark H. Rekow

County Clerk

  • REP Shelly Tilton

County Treasurer

  • REP Megan Keene

County Assessor

  • REP Tracie Reed
  • REP Hollie Ann Strang

County Coroner

  • REP John L. Buck

Gem County Mosquito Abatement District

Annexation Request

Ballot Question:

Shall the area of Gem County, Idaho, described as Section 25 in Township 7 North, Range 2 West, and the West 1/2 of Section 30 in Township 7 North, Range 1 West, Boise, Meridian, Gem County, Idaho be annexed to the present boundary of the Gem County Mosquito Abatement District?

Chapter 10

GOODING COUNTY

Legislative District 26

State Senator

  • DEM Michelle Stennett
  • REP Julie Lynn

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Steve Miller

State Representative, Position B

  • DEM Sally Toone
  • REP Mike McFadyen

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP Susan Bolton
  • REP Dennis Rogers

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Ron Buhler
  • REP John Elliott

County Clerk

  • DEM Gillian Minter
  • REP Denise Gill
  • REP Crystal Spackman

County Treasurer

  • REP Christina "Tine" Wines

County Assessor

  • REP Justin L. Baldwin

County Coroner

  • REP Ronnie L. Geer
  • REP Jase Stockham

Fifth Judicial Court Judge

To Succeed Randy J. Stoker

  • Samuel S. Beus
  • Theodore Booth
  • David W. Gadd
  • Roger B. Harris

Gooding County Memorial Hospital District

  • Request for dissolution of hospital district

Ballot Question:

"Should Gooding County Memorial Hospital District be dissolved on June 1, 2018?"

Gooding Public Library District

  • Request for creation of library district

Ballot Question:

"Should a taxing district be formed to create the Gooding Public Library District, meaning that those people within the District Boundaries would have free access to the Gooding Library?"

Hagerman School District No. 233

Plant Facilities Reserve Fund Levy

  • $250,000 per year for five years
  • Requires 55 percent approval

Ballot Question:

"Shall the Board of Trustees of Jt. Hagerman School District No. 233, Gooding and Twin Falls Counties, Idaho be authorized and empowered to levy a School Plant Facilities Reserve Levy in the amount of $250,000.00 (Two hundred fifty thousand and no/100 dollars) for the first fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018, and continuing each year in the amount of $250,000.00 (Two hundred fifty thousand and no/100 dollars) for five (5) years through June 30, 2023 for the purpose of allowing the District to acquire, purchase or improve school site or sites; to accumulate funds for and to build a school gym/house or school gyms/house or other building or buildings; to demolish or remove school buildings; to add to, remodel or repair and existing buildings; to furnish and equip any biulding or buildings, including all lighting, heating, ventilation and sanitation facilities and appliances necessary to maintain and operate buildings of the district? If approved, this levy shall replace the existing plant levy that is scheduled to expire in 2019." For approval, the "IN FAVOR OF" votes of said election must equal 55%.

Wendell School District No. 232

Supplemental Levy

  • $600,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

"Shall the Board of Trustees of Wendell School District No. 232 (Wendell), Gooding County, State of Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental maintenance and operation levy as provided in Section 33-802(3), Idaho Code in the amount of Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($600,000) each year for two (2) years, for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the District for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020, all as provided in the Resolution of the District's Board of Trustees adopted March 6, 2018?"

Chapter 11

IDAHO COUNTY

Legislative District 7

State Senator

  • REP Carl G. Crabtree

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Priscilla Giddings
  • REP Ryan A. Lawrence
  • REP Shannon McMillan

State Representative, Position B

  • REP Phil Hart
  • REP Paul E. Shepherd

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP R. Skipper “Skip” Brandt

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP Denis B. Duman

County Clerk

  • REP Kathy M. Ackerman

County Treasurer

  • REP Abbie Hudson

County Assessor

  • REP James Zehner

County Coroner

  • REP Cody Funke

Cottonwood Joint School District No. 242

Supplemental Levy

  • $325,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

“Shall the Board of Trustees of Jt. School District No. 242, Idaho and Lewis Counties, State of Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental levy, as permitted by law, in the amount of Three Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($325,000) for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019?”

Nezperce Joint School District No. 302

Supplemental Levy

  • $445,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

“Shall the Board of Trustees of Jt. School District No. 302, Lewis, Idaho, Clearwater Counties, State of Idaho, be authorized to levy a supplemental levy in the amount of Four Hundred Forty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($445,000.00), per year for a period of one year commencing with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the District as provided in the resolution of Jt. School District No. 302 adopted on March 12, 2018?”

Salmon River Joint School District No. 243

Supplemental Levy

  • $525,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

“Shall the Board of Trustees of Salmon River Joint School District #243, Idaho and Adams Counties, State of Idaho be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental levy as permitted by law in the amount of Five Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($525,000.00) for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019?”

Chapter 12

JEROME COUNTY

Legislative District 25

State Senator

  • REP Terry Edwards
  • REP Jim Patrick

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Laurie Lickley
  • REP B. Roy Prescott
  • REP Glenneda Zuiderveld

State Representative, Position A

  • REP Lyle Johnstone
  • REP Clark Kauffman

County Offices

County Commissioner, First District

  • REP A. Ben Crouch
  • REP Cathy Roemer

County Commissioner, Third District

  • REP John Crozier
  • REP Roger M. Morley
  • REP George N. Panagiotou

County Clerk

  • REP Michelle Emerson

County Treasurer

  • REP Tevian Kober

County Assessor

  • REP Rick Haberman

County Coroner

  • REP Gerald Brant

Fifth Judicial District Court Judge

To succeed Judge Randy J. Stoker

  • Samuel S. Beus
  • Theodore Booth
  • David W. Gadd
  • Roger B. Harris
Chapter 13

LINCOLN COUNTY

    Legislative District 26

    State Senator

    • DEM Michelle Stennett
    • REP Julie Lynn

    State Representative, Position A

    • DEM Muffy Davis
    • REP Steve Miller

    State Representative, Position B

    • DEM Sally Toone
    • REP Mike McFadyen

    County Offices

    County Commissioner, First District

    • REP Don Hudson
    • REP Rick Ellis

    County Commissioner, Third District

    • REP Roy Hubert
    • REP Larry J Kerner
    • REP Roger Fields

    County Clerk

    • REP Brenda M. Farnworth

    County Treasurer

    • REP Ann J. Youts

    County Assessor

    • REP Linda D. Jones

    City of Richfield Fire District No. 1

    • REP Jose M. Loughmiller

    City of Richfield Fire District No. 3

    • REP A. LuAnn Swainston

    Fifth Judicial District Court Judge

    To succeed Judge Randy J. Stoker

    • Samuel S. Beus
    • Theodore Booth
    • David W. Gadd
    • Roger B. Harris
    Chapter 14

    MALHEUR COUNTY (Ore.)

    US Representative, 2nd District

    • DEM Eric Burnette
    • DEM Michael Byrne
    • DEM Tim S White
    • DEM Raz Mason
    • DEM Jamie McLeod-Skinner
    • DEM James (Jim) Crary
    • DEM Jennifer (Jenni) Neahring
    • IND Mark R Roberts
    • REP Randy Pollock
    • REP Greg Walden
    • REP Paul J Romero Jr

    Governor

    • DEM Ed Jones
    • DEM Kate Brown
    • DEM Candace Neville
    • IND Dan (Mr P) Pistoresi
    • IND Skye J Allen
    • IND Patrick Starnes
    • REP Knute Buehler
    • REP Keenan W Bohach
    • REP Greg C Wooldridge
    • REP Jonathan I Edwards lll
    • REP David W Stauffer
    • REP Jeff Smith
    • REP Jack W Tacy
    • REP Brett Hyland
    • REP Bruce Cuff
    • REP Sam Carpenter

    State Senator, 30th District

    • DEM Solea Kabakov
    • REP Cliff Bentz

    State Representative, 60th District

    • REP Lynn P Findley

    County Commissioner, Position 1

    • REP Donald W Hodge

    Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries (Nonpartisan)

    (vote for one)

    • Lou Ogden
    • Val Hoyle
    • Jack Howard

    Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 2

    • Rebecca Duncan

    Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 3

    • Van Pounds
    • Meagan A Flynn

    Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 6

    • James (Jim) C Egan

    Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 9

    • Erika Hadlock

    Judge of the Court of Appeals, Position 10

    • Rex Armstrong
    • Kyle L Krohn

    Judge of the Circuit Court, 9th District, Position 2

    • Lung S Hung

    Justice of the Peace

    • Margaret (Margie) Mahony

    City of Ontario

    Retail Sales Tax

    • Authorizes 1% retail sales tax for City of Ontario

    Ballot Question:

    Shall the City of Ontario impose, administer, regulate and collect a 1% sales tax on nonexempt retail sales? Summary: This measure authorizes the City of Ontario to impose, administer, regulate and collect a 1% sales tax (one cent per dollar) on non-exempt goods sold within Ontario. ltems taxed by the state are exempt (alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, utility/telecommunications and fuel). Other exempt items include registered motor vehicles, medical prescriptions, internet sales, certain lodging, sales involving government units, certain food or beverage sales, certain sales involving farmers/ranchers, and wholesale purchases. On September 26, 2017 the Ontario City Council enacted Ordinance 2729-2017 to impose, administer, regulate, collect and enforce a 1% sales tax on retail sales after January 1, 2018. The operative portions of the Sales Tax Ordinance were removed from the City Code by a referendum petition requiring public approval of the sales tax. This ballot measure would implement the sales tax 30 days after the election. Ontario estimates the sales tax would capture $2.4-4.8 million yearly and would be available to cover shortfalls in 2018-19 city budget. A "Yes" vote approves a new sales tax for Ontario. A "No" vote rejects a new sales tax.

    City Charter Amendment

    • Amends Ontario city charter to require sales tax increases above one percent to have voter approval

    Ballot Question:

    Should the Charter be amended to require any sales tax increases above 1% to have voter approval? Summary: In the May 15, 2018, election, there is a separate Ballot Measure which seeks voter approval of the 1% sales tax enacted by City of Ontario in Ordinance #2729-2017. lf that Ballot Measure is approved by the voters, the proposed City Charter amendment will impose a cap on the sales tax percentage; any future increases will require a vote of the people. The proposed Charter amendment adds Section 2.2 which reads as follows: "Section 2.2. On May 15, 2018, the voters approved by referendum a ballot measure allowing the City to impose a 1% sales tax. The City shall not increase the sales tax percentage beyond 1% without voter approval." lf the separate Ballot Measure fails, the vote on the Charter amendment will have no effect; the Charter will not be amended, regardless of the vote on the Charter amendment.

    Chapter 15

    OWYHEE COUNTY

    Legislative District 23

    State Senator

    • REP Bert Brackett
    • REP Mark Rhatigan

    State Representative, Position A

    • REP Oscar Evans
    • REP Christy Zito

    State Representative, Position B

    • REP Megan C. Blanksma

    County Offices

    County Commissioner, First District

    • REP Jerry Hoagland

    County Commissioner, Third District

    • REP Joe Merrick

    County Clerk

    • REP Angela Barkell

    County Treasurer

    • REP Annette Dygert

    County Assessor

    • REP James Ferdinand
    • REP Toni Gruenwald

    County Coroner

    • REP Aaron Tines
    Chapter 16

    PAYETTE COUNTY

    Legislative District 9

    State Senator

    • REP Abby Lee

    State Representative, Position A

    • DEM Allen Schmid
    • REP Ryan Kerby
    • REP Lorrie L. Richins

    State Representative, Position B

    • DEM Chase Van Weerdhuizen
    • REP Judy Boyle

    County Offices

    County Commissioner, First District

    • REP Georgia K. Hanigan
    • REP Daniel Lopez

    County Commissioner, Third District

    • REP Reece Hrizuk

    County Clerk

    • REP Dawn Callaham
    • REP Betty J. Dressen

    County Treasurer

    • REP Donna D. Peterson

    County Assessor

    • REP Sandy Clason
    • REP Mark J. Harvey

    County Coroner

    • REP Keith Schuller

    New Plymouth Fire Protection District

    Special Tax Levy

    • $75,000
    • Permanent increase to budget

    Ballot Question:

    Shall the Board of Commissioners of the New Plymouth Fire Protection District be authorized and empowered to increase its budget for Idaho Code Section 31-1423(1) special tax levy to defray the costs of operating and providing life preservation services by staffing and equipping a Quick Response Unit, enlarging the fire station, purchasing equipment and apparatus in the amount of $75,000.00 (Seventy Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars) commencing with the fiscal year 2018-2019 and then establish said amount as the base amount for all subsequent fiscal years as authorized by law, for the purpose of providing fire protection and life preservation services as provided in the resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the New Plymouth Fire Protection District adopted on February 27, 2018?

    Chapter 17

    TWIN FALLS COUNTY

    Legislative District 23

    State Senator

    • REP Bert Brackett
    • REP Mark Rhatigan

    State Representative, Position A

    • REP Oscar Evans
    • REP Christy Zito

    State Representative, Position B

    • REP Megan C. Blanksma

    Legislative District 24

    State Senator

    • REP Lee Heider
    • REP Jay S Waters III

    State Representative, Position A

    • REP Lance Clow

    State Representative, Position B

    • DEM Deborah Silver
    • REP Rocky Ferrenburg
    • REP Linda Wright Hartgen

    Legislative District 25

    State Senator

    • REP Jim Patrick
    • REP Terry Edwards

    State Representative, Position A

    • REP Glenneda Zuiderveld
    • REP Laurie Lickley
    • REP B. Roy Prescott

    State Representative, Position B

    • REP Clark Kauffman
    • REP Lyle Johnstone

    County Offices

    County Commissioner, First District

    • REP Terry Ray Kramer
    • REP Brent Reinke

    County Commissioner, Third District

    • REP Jack Johnson

    County Clerk

    • REP Kristina Glascock

    County Treasurer

    • REP Rebecca "Becky" Petersen

    County Assessor

    • REP Bradford Wills

    County Coroner

    • REP Gene Turley

    Fifth Judicial District Court Judge

    To succeed Judge Randy J. Stoker

    • Samuel S. Beus
    • Theodore Booth
    • David W. Gadd
    • Roger B. Harris

    Filer Highway District

    Tax Levy Override

    • $250,000 per year for two years

    Ballot Question:

    Shall the Board of Commissioners of Filer Highway District, Idaho be authorized and empowered to increase the property tax budget as permitted by Section 63-802 (3) Idaho Code by an additional Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) per year for two (2) years for the purpose of road maintenance provided by resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Filer Highway District adopted February 13, 2018? Approval of this levy override is necessary to maintain District roads.

    Hagerman Joint School District No. 233

    Plant Facilities Levy

    • $250,000 per year for five years
    • Requires 55 percent approval

    Ballot Question:

    Shall the Board of Trustees of Jt. Hagerman School District No. 233, Gooding and Twin Falls Counties, Idaho be authorized and empowered to levy a School Plant Facilities Reserve Levy in the amount of $250,000.00 (Two hundred fifty thousand and no/100 dollars) for the first fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018, and continuing each year in the amount of $250,000.00 (Two hundred fifty thousand and no/100 dollars) for five (5) years through June 30, 2023 for the purpose of allowing the District to acquire, purchase or improve school site or sites; to accumulate funds for and to build a school gym/house or school gym/houses or other building or buildings; to demolish or remove school buildings; to add to, remodel or repair any existing buildings; to furnish and equip any building or buildings, including all lighting, heating, ventilation and sanitation facilities and appliances necessary to maintain and operate buildings of the district? If approved, this levy shall replace the existing plant levy that is scheduled to expire in 2019. For approval, the "IN FAVOR OF" votes of said election must equal 55%.

    Chapter 18

    VALLEY COUNTY

    Legislative District 8

    State Senator

    • REP Steven Thayn
    • REP Marla Lawson

    State Representative, Position A

    • REP Terry F. Gestrin

    State Representative, Position B

    • REP Dorothy Moon

    County Offices

    County Commissioner, First District

    • REP Elt Hasbrouck

    County Commissioner, Third District

    • DEM Dave Bingaman
    • REP Kenneth Arment
    • REP Lonnie King
    • REP Cecilia (Cec) Tyler

    County Clerk

    • REP Douglas Miller

    County Treasurer

    • REP Amanda Hall
    • REP Gabrielle Knapp
    • REP Rhonda R. Komula
    • REP Jennifer Morgan
    • REP Gabe S. Stayton
    • REP Ashlie Gifford

    County Assessor

    • REP June Fullmer

    County Coroner

    • REP Scott G. Carver

    Cascade School District No. 422

    Plant Facilities Reserve Fund Levy

    • $240,000 per year for 10 years
    • Requires 55 percent approval

    Ballot Question:

    Shall the Board of Trustees of School District No. 422 be authorized, puruant to Section 33-804, Idaho Code, to certify to the Board of Commissioners of Valley County, Idaho a school plant facilities reserve fund levy, in addition to all other levies, in the amount of $240,000.00 for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2018, and continuing each year in the amount of $240,000.00 for a total of ten (10) years for the purpose of financing the costs of a track/football/soccer/multi-purpose athletic facility/complex; all as provided in the resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees on March 14, 2018?

    City of McCall

    Local Option Tax

    • Allows collection of non-property taxes for period of 10 years
    • 3 percent tax on hotel/motel rooms and short-term rentals

    Ballot Question:

    Shall the City of McCall adopt proposed Ordinance No. 965? Ordinance No. 965 provides for the imposition, implementation, and collection of non-property taxes (commonly referred to as a local option tax) for a period of ten (10) years from its effective date. If approved, the tax will be assessed at the rate of three percent (3%) of hotel-motel room and short-term rental occupancy charges. The local option non-property tax revenue derived from and collected under the Ordinance shall be used for direct costs to collect and enforce the tax and only for the following public purposes:
    a)Streets, sidewalks and pathways, public transit, pedestrian crosswalks, and public transportation
    b)Construction and maintenance of cultural and recreational facilities
    c)Services for community recreational and cultural activities
    d)Public parks maintenance, development, and beautification
    e)Shelter and or spay and/or neuter of stray animals found in the City
    f)Local housing program as recommended in the McCall Housing Strategy
    g)Services for McCall marketing, advertising, tourism development, and event promotion.
    h)Mitigate the effects of tourism on the city that the general fund cannot accommodate

    Chapter 19

    WASHINGTON COUNTY

    Legislative District 9

    State Senator

    • REP Abby Lee

    State Representative, Position A

    • DEM Allen Schmid
    • REP Ryan Kerby
    • REP Lorrie L. Richins

    State Representative, Position B

    • DEM Chase Van Weerdhuizen
    • REP Judy Boyle

    County Offices

    County Commissioner, First District

    • REP Lisa Collini
    • REP John Jensen

    County Commissioner, Third District

    • REP Kirk R. Chandler
    • REP Debra Dibble
    • REP Nanette T. Rhodes

    County Clerk

    • REP Donna Atwood

    County Treasurer

    • REP Sabrina Young

    County Assessor

    • REP Sharene Ahlin
    • REP Debbie Moxley

    County Coroner

    • REP Bowe Czett von Brethorst

    Cambridge School District No. 432J

    Supplemental Levy

    • $80,000 per year, for two years

    Ballot Question:

    “Shall the Board of Trustees of Cambridge School District No. 432J, Adams and Washington Counties, Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a supplemental levy, as permitted by law in Section 33-802(3), Idaho Code, eighty thousand dollars ($80,000), each year for two years for a total of one hundred sixty thousand dollars ($160,000) for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the schools of the district for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2020, as provided in the resolution of the Cambridge School District No. 432J Board of Trustees adopted on February 20, 2018?”