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May 2020 Primary: County-by-county ballot breakdown

Find everything you need to know about Idaho's mail-in-only primary election on May 19.

KTVB Staff

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On May 19, Idaho voters were set to decide county, legislative and congressional races, as well as ballot questions, including school funding requests.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the May 19 consolidated election became a mail-in-only primary, so you will have to request a ballot, which will reflect candidates from your party of choice. You can request an absentee ballot here, or by contacting your local county clerk. Voters had to request ballots by May 19. All ballots must be received at county clerks' offices by June 2.

Election results will be made available after 9 p.m. Mountain Time on June 2. KTVB will have full election coverage online and on the News at 10 that night.

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.

All of Idaho's congressional, statewide and legislative races, can be found here.

You can also find a wealth of handy links - including voter registration information, absentee ballot request forms, and more - on our Voter Resources page.

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