Voter Guide: See what's on your ballot for the November 2019 election
Several big mayoral and city council races in the Treasure Valley are up for vote on Nov. 5.
Voter Guide: See what's on your ballot for the November 2019 election
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Author: Tyson Miller
Published: 3:31 PM MDT October 16, 2019
Updated: 9:49 AM MST November 6, 2019
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BOISE, Idaho — LIVE ELECTION RESULTS

Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5 to decide a number of local mayoral and city council races across Idaho.

Also up for vote are funding requests from various taxing districts, such as school and fire protection, as well as races for leadership positions within those taxing districts.

Because this is an odd-numbered year, there are no general elections for county, legislative, statewide, or federal races.

Early voting is available in most counties, including Ada and Canyon, until Friday, Nov. 1. On election day, polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

LIVE ELECTION RESULTS

Below is a county-by-county breakdown for southwest Idaho, including ballot questions.

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Voter Guide: See what's on your ballot for the November 2019 election

VOTER-GUIDE
Chapter 1

ADA COUNTY


Boise

Mayor

  • Rebecca W. Arnold
  • David H. Bieter
  • Brent Coles
  • Adriel Martinez
  • Lauren McLean
  • Cortney Nielsen
  • Wayne Richey

WATCH: We asked each Boise mayor candidate the same three questions

RELATED: Campaign finance reports show big fundraising in Boise mayor's race, five contributors to Protect Our Libraries PAC

City Council, Seat 1

  • Patrick Bageant
  • Karen Danley
  • Tecle Gebremicheal
  • Chris Moeness
  • Ryan Peck
  • Brittney Scigliano

City Council, Seat 3

  • Jimmy Hallyburton
  • Meredith Stead

City Council, Seat 5

  • Elaine Clegg
  • Brady Fuller
  • Debbie Lombard-Bloom

RELATED: Race for Boise City Council becomes crowded as a dozen candidates try to fill three seats

Ballot Proposition 1

  • An initiative requiring voter approval of the cost, financing, location, design, and size of certain Boise City library facility projects.

An initiative relating to Boise City development of library facilities by: prohibiting Boise City from appropriating or spending funds, or incurring debt for any aspect of a city library facility reasonably expected to exceed $25,000,000.00 in total without prior voter approval of the qualified electors; requiring that Boise City provide in such election notice the "plan and design," which shall include the cost, financing method, location, design, and size of the proposed Boise library facility; providing that approval of a proposed library facility occurs by a majority vote in favor of the project at an election held on an official election date; defining the term "expenses" as actual monetary payments, in kind assistance, the value of employee time, the value of land exchanges, direct or indirect payments to third parties and any other consideration which in any way promotes or enhances the development of a Boise library facility; defining the term "major library project" as any library project reasonably expected to exceed $25,000,000.00 in total costs and/or expenses; and defining the term "plan and design" as a proposal that includes any element of the cost, financing method, location, design, and size of a Boise City library facility.

WHAT YOUR VOTE WILL DO

A YES vote means the City of Boise could not undertake any aspect of a library project with expected costs of $25,000,000.00 or more without first obtaining approval by a majority of Boise voters in a future election.

A NO vote means current law would not change. The City of Boise could undertake any aspect of a library project without first obtaining voter approval.

RELATED: Boise voter pamphlet has inaccurate information due to deadline

RELATED: Mayor: Boise library project now on hold

Ballot Proposition 2

  • An initiative requiring voter approval of the cost, financing method, location, design, and size of certain sports stadium facility projects.

An initiative relating to development of sport stadium facilities in Boise by: prohibiting Boise City from appropriating or spending funds, or incurring debt for any aspect of a stadium facility reasonably expected to exceed $5,000,000.00 in total of public and/or private expenditure without prior voter approval of the qualified electors; requiring that Boise City provide in such election notice the "plan and design," which shall include the cost, financing method, location, design, and size of the proposed stadium facility; providing that approval of a proposed stadium facility occurs by a majority vote in favor of the project at an official election; defining the term "expenses" as monetary payments, in kind assistance, the value of employee time, the value of land exchanges, direct or indirect payments to third parties and any other consideration which promotes or enhances the development of a stadium facility; defining the term "major sport stadium facility project" as any sport stadium facility project reasonably expected to exceed $5,000,000.00 in total public and/or private costs and/or expenses; and defining the term "plan and design" as a proposal that includes any element of the cost, financing method, location, design, and size of a sport stadium facility.

WHAT YOUR VOTE WILL DO

A YES vote means the City of Boise could not participate in any aspect of a sport stadium facility project with expected costs of $5,000,000.00 or more in public and/or private funding without first obtaining approval by a majority of Boise voters in a future election.

A NO vote means current law would not change. The City of Boise could participate in any aspect of a sport stadium facility project without first obtaining voter approval.

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Eagle

Mayor

  • Christopher Hadden
  • Jason Pierce
  • Stan Ridgeway

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Stan Bastian 
  • Charlie Baun
  • Jill Mitchell
  • David J.Parrie
  • Brad Pike

Eagle Fire Protection District

Commissioner, Dist. 2

  • Scott Pruett
  • Gary Stillwell
  • William J. Stone

Garden City

City Council (vote for 2)

  • Pam Beaumont 
  • Wendy Carver-Herbert
  • Pat Little
  • James Page
  • Jeff Stephenson

North Ada Fire District

Commissioner, District 2

  • Ben Ealey
  • Jeanne Jackson-Heim
  • Jeff Souza

Kuna

Mayor

  • Joe Stear

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Chris Bruce
  • Briana Buban-Vonder Haar
  • Mikey Losh
  • Ramona Martin
  • Greg McPherson

Kuna Fire District

Commissioner, District 1

  • M G Bud Beatty
  • Rebekah (Becky) Luther

Meridian

Mayor 

  • Gina Johnson
  • Joe Palmer
  • Anne Little Roberts
  • Robert Simison
  • Shaun Wardle

RELATED: Hear from the 5 candidates for mayor of Meridian

City Council, Seat 1

  • Michael Christianson
  • Donna Lusignan
  • Rudolf (Rudy) L. Patrick
  • Elizabeth “Liz” Strader

City Council, Seat 3

  • Brad Hoaglun
  • Kristen Pudlow

City Council, Seat 5

  • Denise Hanson-LaFever
  • Jeff Miller
  • Jessica L. Perreault
  • Joshua Valk

MORE: Meridian mayoral, city council candidates discuss growth and transportation at packed public forum

Star

Mayor

  • Chad Bell
  • Trevor A. Chadwick

City Council, Seat 1

  • Kevin A. Deats
  • Kevin Nielsen

City Council, Seat 2

  • Mike Olsen
  • Jennifer Salmonsen

Star Fire Protection District

Commissioner, Sub-district 2

  • Brian W. Fendley
  • Tim Murray

Star Fire District Funding Request

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $4,000,000
  • Provides funds to acquire, renovate and equip fire safety facilities

RELATED: Star Fire Protection District asking voters to approve $4 million bond for new fire station

Ballot question:

Shall the Star Fire Protection District, Ada and Canyon Counties, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and issue and sell its general obligation bonds, in one or more series of bonds, in an aggregate principal amount for all such bonds of not more than $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to acquire, renovate and equip fire safety facilities, with each of said series of bonds to be payable annually or at such lesser intervals as determined by future resolutions or ordinances of the District, and to 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 District, all as provided in the ordinance of the District adopted on August 28, 2019?

Sunset Fire Protection District

Commissioner, District 2

  • Write-ins only

Commissioner, District 3

  • Write-ins only

West Ada Recreation District

Director, District 3

  • Kirsten Hooker
  • Shaun Wardle

West Ada School District

Trustee, Zone 2

  • Amy Johnson
  • Mike Vuittonet
Chapter 2

ADAMS COUNTY

Council

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Dan L. Huter
  • Eric Pfeifer
  • Tina L. Tubridy

New Meadows

Mayor

  • Darbey Ray Edwards

City Council (4 year term; vote for two)

  • Julie Good
  • Jeff Parnett

City Council (2 year term; vote for one)

  • Shiloh Ryker
Chapter 3

BLAINE COUNTY

Bellevue

Alderman

  • Kathryn Goldman
  • Chris Johnson
  • Shaun Mahoney

Blaine County School District No. 61

Trustee, Zone 1

  • Amber Larna
  • Alexis Lindberg

Carey

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Jon Hoopes
  • George Versis

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Kirstin Cutler

Hailey

Mayor

  • Martha Burke

City Council, Seat 3

  • Jeffrey L. Engelhardt
  • Sam Linnet

City Council, Seat 4

  • Pat Cooley
  • Juan Martinez

Ketchum

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Michael David
  • Mickey Garcia
  • Jim Slanetz
  • Jen Smith

Ketchum Municipal Bond Election 

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $11,500,000
  • To fund construction and equipping a new fire station

Ballot Question:

Shall the city of Ketchum, Blaine County, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and issue and sell its general obligation bonds, in one or more series of bonds, in an aggregate principal amount for all such bonds of not more than $11,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to construct and equip a new fire station and acquire certain firefighting equipment, with each of said series of bonds to be payable annually or at such lesser intervals as determined by future resolutions or ordinances of the City, and to mature serially with the final installment to fall due within twenty-five (25) 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, all as provided in the ordinance of the City adopted on September 3, 2019?

Ketchum Rural Fire Protection District

Commissioner, District 3

  • Jed Gray
  • Gray Ottley

Sun Valley

Mayor

  • Peter M. Hendricks

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Jane Conard
  • Michelle D. Griffith

Wood River Fire Protection District

Commissioner, Sub-district 1

  • Dennis Kavanagh
  • Seth Martin
Chapter 4

BOISE COUNTY

Idaho City

City Council (Vote for 2)

  • Kenny Everhart
  • Gary (Tom) Secor Jr.
Chapter 5

CANYON COUNTY

Caldwell 

City Council, Seat 4

  • Chris Trakel
  • Jarom Wagoner

City Council, Seat 5

  • Chris Allgood 

City Council, Seat 6

  • Evangeline Beechler
  • John McGee
  • Charles "Chuck" Stadick

RELATED: Caldwell City Council candidates discuss issues at public forum

MORE: To learn more about the Caldwell City Council candidates, check out the candidate surveys from our news media partner the Idaho Press.

Caldwell School District

Trustee, Zone 2

  • Manuel J. Godina
  • Dan Kener

Trustee, Zone 4

  • Andrew Butler
  • Charles Stout

Greenleaf

City Council, Seat 1

  • Ryan Schnuerle

City Council, Seat 2

  • Rob Fisher
  • Brandon Shores

Kuna Rural Fire District

Commissioner, Sub-district 1

  • Rebekah (Becky) Luther
  • M G Bud Beatty

Melba

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Jeannine (Geni) Johnshoy

Middleton 

Mayor

  • Jim Buffington
  • Rebekah Byler (Reba)
  • Jackie Hutchison
  • Steve Rule
  • Tyson A. Sparrow
  • Renee L. Williams

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Mark Christiansen
  • Beverlee K. Furner
  • Carrie S. Huggins
  • Tim P. Omeara
  • Sam Powell

City Council

  • Jeff Garner
  • Loren A. Piel

Middleton School District

Trustee, Zone 3

  • Briggs L. Miller
  • Tim Winkle

Nampa

City Council, Seat 2

  • Darl Bruner

City Council, Seat 4

  • Jeff Cornilles
  • Michael S. Gable
  • Sandi Levi

City Council, Seat 6

  • Jacob Bower
  • Scott A. Glover

Nampa School District

Nampa Schools Funding Request

  • Supplemental Levy
  • $12,075,000 per year for two years

Ballot question:

Shall the Board of Trustees of Nampa School District No. 131, Canyon County, Idaho, be authorized and empowered by an election held on November 5, 2019, to levy a supplemental levy, as permitted by law in Section 33-802(3), Idaho Code, in the amount of $12,075,000 per year for a period of two (2) years commencing with the fiscal year beginning 2020, a tax of $172 per one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) of taxable assessed value, per year, based on current conditions, for the purposes of maintaining current programs and services; maintaining certificated teaching positions; enchancing and updating technology and curriculum; providing additional support for activity, athletic, music and performing arts programs; providing for building and playground upgrades, providing for other operational costs; and providing for an annual independent audit to verify funds were spent as approved by votes?

Notus

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Steve Ahlborn
  • Bonnie Emly
  • Jesse Delos Reyes
  • Philip H. Ryan

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Michelle Degiorgio
  • Nathan E. Wells

Parma

Mayor

  • Angie Lee

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Melinda (Mindy) Mitchell
  • Tom Smith

City Council (Vote for three)

  • Ted Dickenson Sr.
  • Joseph V. Giardelli
  • Vernena Jorgensen
  • Kevin L. Sitts

Parma School District

Trustee, Zone 4

  • Kelli D. Brassfield
  • Jamie Davison
  • Kurt Kaiser
  • Heidi Smith-Takatori
  • Dusty Tveidt

Star

Mayor

  • Chad Bell
  • Trevor A. Chadwick

City Council, Seat 1

  • Kevin A. Deats
  • Kevin Nielsen

City Council, Seat 2

  • Mike Olsen
  • Jennifer Salmonsen

Star Fire Protection District

Commissioner, Sub-district 2

  • Tim Murray
  • Brian Fendley

Star Fire District Funding Request

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $4,000,000
  • For the purchase/renovation of fire protection facilities

RELATED: Star Fire Protection District asking voters to approve $4 million bond for new fire station

Ballot question:

Shall the Star Fire Protection District, Ada and Canyon Counties, Idaho, be authorized to incur an indebtedness and issue and sell its general obligation bonds, in one or more series of bonds, in an aggregate principal amount for all such bonds of not more than $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to acquire, renovate and equip fire safety facilities, with each of said series of bonds to be payable annually or at such lesser intervals as determined by future resolutions or ordinances of the District, and to 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 District, all as provided in the ordinance of the District adopted on August 28, 2019?

Wilder

Mayor

  • Alicia Mora Almazan
  • Robert "Steve" Rhodes

City Council 

  • Darrell W. Jackson
  • Robert Rivera

City Council (Vote for two)

  • John F. Bechtel
  • Guadalupe "Lupe" Garcia
  • Maria Villanueva
Chapter 6

CASSIA COUNTY

Albion

Mayor

  • Isaac Loveland

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Dallan Doc Carlson
  • Chad Manderscheid
  • Myron Wilson
  • Bradley V. Woodrow

Burley

City Council (Vote for three)

  • John Craner
  • Lynn Davids
  • Janet Hansen
  • Russ Mallory
  • Kimberli Seely

Declo

Mayor

  • Jay Darrington

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Holly Darrington
  • Mark Payne

Malta

Mayor

  • Tracy Bankhead

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Tom Hogan
  • Margie G Neff

Valley Vu of Malta Cemetery District

Cemetery District Funding Request

  • Permanent Override Levy
  • $12,282.91 per year

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Directors of the Valley Vu of Malta Cemetery District be authorized to levy a permanent override levy in the amount of $12,282.91 per year on a permanent basis commencing with the fiscal year beginning 2020, for the purpose of paying all lawful expenses as provided in the resolution of the Board of Directors of the Valley Vu of Malta Cemetery District adopted on September 3, 2019?

Joint School District No. 331

Minidoka County School District Funding Request

  • Supplemental Levy
  • $2,250,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Trustees of Joint School District No. 331, Minidoka, Cassia, Jerome and Lincoln Counties, State of Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a Supplemental Levy in the amount of Two Million two hundred fifty thousand and no/ dollars ($2,250,000) per year for two (2) years, commencing with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2022, for the purpose of financing any lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the District; all as provided in the Resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees on September 16, 2019?

Oakley

Mayor

  • Larry Mickelsen

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Buffy Cooper
  • Debby McKnight
  • Todd J. Muhlestein

Oregon Trail Recreation District

Director, Sub-district 1

  • Nancy A. Fonnesbeck
  • Andrew Funk

Director, Sub-district 2

  • Chay Courtright
  • Dennis Dexter
  • Scott A. Moulton
Chapter 7

CUSTER COUNTY

Challis

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Chuck Felton
  • Travis Hardy

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Scott Lamb

Clayton 

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Beverly Lorraine Smith
  • Frank D. Smith

Challis Joint School District No. 181

Trustee, Zone 2

  • David Philps
  • Trish Farr

Mackay

Mayor

  • Richard S. Mangum
  • Wayne C. Olsen

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Robert T. Burroughs
  • Manny Guerrero
  • Hans Osenga

Stanley

City Council, Seat 1

  • Austin Clegg
  • Andrew Fosbinder

City Council, Seat 2

  • Tim Cron
Chapter 8

ELMORE COUNTY


Mountain Home

Mayor

  • James “Jimmy” Schipani
  • Tim Standish
  • Rich Sykes

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Ralph W Binion III 
  • Mark (Anthony) Bryant 
  • Mike McCain 
  • Joshua Melville 
  • Brad Stokes 
  • Kristopher “Topher” Wallaert

Glenns Ferry

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Susan Case
  • Kenneth D Thompson

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Dani Martinez
Chapter 9

GEM COUNTY

Emmett

Mayor

  • Gordon W. Petrie
  • Steve Nebeker

City Council (Vote for three)

  • Shawn Alder
  • Thomas Butler
  • Brian Gregory
  • Tona Henderson
  • Brett McGann
  • Denise Sorenson
  • Michael J. Stout
  • Gerald Turner

Emmett School District No. 221

School Board Trustee (Vote for five)

  • Tiffiny (Ruegner) Anderson
  • Mike Garner
  • Mark L. Helms
  • Terry A. Jones
  • Michael Kimball
  • Nicholas Mitts
  • Robert C. Teeter
  • M. Ross Walker
  • Ronnie Weekes
  • Houston "Hoss" White

Gem County Fire Protection District No. 1

Fire District Funding Request

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $5,100,000
  • For constructing and furnishing a new fire station

RELATED: Gem County asking voters for a new fire station

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Commissioners of the Gem County Fire Protection District #1 be authorized to incur an indebtedness and issue general obligation bonds of the District in a principal amount not to exceed $5,100,000, the bonds to mature over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed twenty (20) years from their date, for the purpose of financing the costs of constructing and furnishing a new fire station, providing for related equipment and improvements, together with costs and fees incidental thereto, all as provided in Ordinance No. 19-1 of the Board of Commissioners?

Chapter 10

GOODING COUNTY

Gooding County 

Jail Bond

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $15,966,955
  • To construct a new jail

Ballot Question:

Shall Gooding County, Idaho (the "County"), be authorized to issue and sell general obligation bonds in the principal amount of up to $15,966,955 for the purpose of financing (i) the acquisition, construction and equipping of a County jail and (ii) improvements to and renovation of the County court house including all lighting, heating, ventilation and sanitation facilities and appliances necessary to maintain and operate said buildings and facilities (the "Project"), together with costs and expenses related thereto, the final installment of each bonds to fall due not later than twenty (20) years from the date of issuance thereof, all as provided in the Bond Election Ordinance No. 2019-113 adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on September 9, 2019? 

Bliss

Mayor

  • Chris Pruett

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Trista Palmer
  • Dennis Read

Gooding

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Michael (Mitch) Arkoosh
  • Desiree DeGiorgio
  • Jan Shepherd
  • Robin Stratton

Gooding Recreation District

Director, Sub-district 3

  • Raymond Goodman
  • Joleen Toone

Hagerman

Mayor

  • Jasmine Call
  • Alan Jay
  • Noel C. Weir

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Erika Cornett
  • Ricky Fritz
  • Jay Hauser
  • Carl Jeffries
  • John E. Summerlin Jr.
  • John Tomlinson
  • Mike Winther

Hagerman Fire Protection District

Fire District Funding Request

  • Permanent Override Levy
  • $100,000

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Commissioners of Hagerman Fire Protection District, Idaho be authorized and empowered to permanently increase the property tax levy as permitted by Section 63-802(1)(h) Idaho Code an additional One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) to defray personnel costs associated with provisions for licensed services by the Hagerman Fire Protection District 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, commencing with the fiscal year 2020-2021, and operating the District provided by resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Hagerman Fire Protection District adopted on September 3, 2019?

Hagerman-Bliss Recreation District

Request to form new recreation district

Ballot Question:

Shall a new taxing district be created called the Hagerman-Bliss Recreation District?

The initial requested levy rate would be .0005. This means the estimated average annual cost to the taxpayer would be $50 per one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) of taxable property value. The maximum levy rate will never exceed .0006.

Wendell

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Bonnie (B.J.) Marshall
  • Rebecca Vipperman
Chapter 11

JEROME COUNTY

Eden

Mayor

  • Blaine Campbell

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Write-in only

Hazelton

Mayor

  • Art Watkins

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Don Meyer
  • Regi Baliola

Jerome

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Chris Barber
  • Brent "Oop" Johnson
  • Jeff Schroeder

Joint School District No. 331

Minidoka County School District Funding Request

  • Supplemental Levy
  • $2,250,000 per year for two years

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Trustees of Joint School District No. 331, Minidoka, Cassia, Jerome and Lincoln Counties, State of Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a Supplemental Levy in the amount of Two Million two hundred fifty thousand and no/ dollars ($2,250,000) per year for two (2) years, commencing with the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2022, for the purpose of financing any lawful expenses of maintaining and operating the District; all as provided in the Resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees on September 16, 2019?

Chapter 12

OWYHEE COUNTY

Bruneau Grand View School District

Trustee, Zone 2

  • Write-in only

Castleford School District No. 417

Trustee, Zone 3

  • Write-in only

Grand View

Mayor

  • Daniel James Martinez
  • Sandra H. Skinner

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Donald W. Mead
  • Tom A. Payne
  • Jon Pennington
  • Rosanna Smith

Homedale

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Steve Atkins
  • Debbie Dickson
  • Jennifer M. Dickson
  • Aaron Tines

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Jerry Anderson
  • Marty Geselle
  • Kimberly Jo Murray

Marsing

Mayor

  • James Ferdinand
  • Chad Sevy

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Chris Even
  • Marie Herman

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Rachael Percifield

Marsing Joint School District No. 363

Trustee, Zone 4

  • Deborah Holzhey
  • Sean D. Rowley

Murphy Reynolds Wilson Fire District

Commissioner

  • Neva Miller
  • Richard Dick Freund
Chapter 13

PAYETTE COUNTY

Fruitland

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Jeff "Dale Jeffries" Carpenter
  • Tim Davis
  • Stuart Grimes
  • Michael Moscrip

Fruitland City Funding Request

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $2,600,000
  • For renovation of city hall, construction of police station

RELATED: Fruitland asking voters to fund police department expansion

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Fruitland be authorized to incur an indebtedness and to issue and sell its General Obligation Bonds in a principal amount not to exceed $2,600,000 ($2.6 million) to pay the cost of renovation of City Hall and construction of a police station, together with related improvements and costs, the bonds to mature and to be payable from a levy of taxes for a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed thirty (30) years, all as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 657, adopted on August 26, 2019?

New Plymouth

Mayor

  • Tom Hoppell
  • Ricky York

City Council (Vote for three)

  • Cora Kurth
  • Debbie Mills-Smith
  • Bill Warnke

Payette

City Council (Vote for three)

  • Kevin Jensen
  • Mike Kee
  • Steven Lindsay
  • Daniel Lopez
  • Lori A. Steiniker

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Kahlia Morin

New Plymouth School District No. 372

Trustee, Zone 1

  • Marc Haws
  • Phil Pittman

Trustee, Zone 2

  • David Brogan
  • Dean Jones
  • Doug Rupp

Trustee, Zone 5

  • H. Lane Austin
  • Darrell Brown
  • Darrell Ocamica
Chapter 14

TWIN FALLS COUNTY

Buhl

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Pamela McClain
  • Kelly Peterson

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Susan Gabardi
  • Martin Lewis

Buhl Joint School District No. 412

Trustee, Zone 4

  • LeRoy Harcourt

Buhl Rural Fire Protection District

Commissioner, Sub-district 3

  • Bob Linderman
  • Les Preader

Castleford

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Justin Clark
  • Dan Howard

Castleford Joint School District No. 417

Trustee, Zone 3

  • Write-in only

Filer

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Gary Deitrick
  • Christina S. Hatch
  • Ron Jones

Filer Cemetery Maintenance District

Commissioner, Sub-district 1

  • Brad T. Lancaster
  • Aaron White

Commissioner, Sub-district 3

  • Rondal Lang

Filer School District No. 413

Trustee, Zone 1

  • Bryce L. Bowman
  • K. Chuck Reinke

Trustee, Zone 4

  • Gary W. Davis
  • Julie Koyle
  • Ben Lancaster

Hagerman Fire Protection District

Fire District Funding Request

  • Permanent Override Levy
  • $100,000

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Commissioners of Hagerman Fire Protection District, Idaho be authorized and empowered to permanently increase the property tax levy as permitted by Section 63-802(1)(h) Idaho Code an additional One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) to defray personnel costs associated with provisions for licensed services by the Hagerman Fire Protection District 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, commencing with the fiscal year 2020-2021, and operating the District provided by resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Hagerman Fire Protection District adopted on September 3, 2019. Approval of this levy override is necessary to increase the protection of its resident's public health, life, and property. On a house valued at $100,000 with a standard homeowner's exemption, the annual taxes collected for this levy would be approximately $61.78.

Hansen

Mayor

  • Anthony E. Bohrn
  • Joseph H. Ratto

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Linda Medley

Hollister

City Council (Vote for three)

  • Lynn Ginder 
  • David Grosshans 
  • Danny Reed 
  • Gloria Rorison

Kimberly

Mayor

  • Burke Davidson

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Tim Daniels
  • Jim Eisenhower
  • Burke Richman

Kimberly School District No. 414

Trustee, Zone 1

  • Dyllon Cunningham
  • Danae Klimes
  • Chad Allen

Trustee, Zone 5

  • Myron Nield
  • Bryce Stanger

Murtaugh

Mayor

  • Dee Hunsaker

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Yale Bessire
  • Kendal Henderson

City Council (Vote for one)

  • Humberto Chavez Jr.

Twin Falls

City Council, Seat 2

  • Nikki Boyd
  • Cort Johnson

City Council, Seat 3

  • Shawn Barigar
  • Mona Weeks

City Council, Seat 4

  • Liyah Babayan
  • Craig Hawkins
  • Jan Rogers
  • Michael E. Shaffer

City Council, Seat 7

  • LeRoy Harcourt
  • Ruth Pierce
  • Jaren Thompson

Twin Falls County 

County Jail Bond

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $25,000,000
  • Funds to renovate, acquire, construct, equip, and improve jail facilities

RELATED: Twin Falls County residents to vote on $25 million jail bond

MORE: Twin Falls County officials struggle with overcrowded jail

Ballot Question:

Shall Twin Falls County, Idaho, be authorized to issue and sell its general obligation jail bonds in the principal amount of up to $25,000,000, for the purpose of providing funds with which to renovate, acquire, construct, equip, and improve jail facilities, with the bonds to be payable over a term not to exceed twenty (20) years from the date of the bonds, as provided in the Bond Election Resolution adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on September 5, 2019?

Twin Falls School District No. 411

Trustee, Zone 2

  • Brad Breland
  • Paul McClintock

Trustee, Zone 5

  • Heidi Casdorph
  • Anthony Avelar
Chapter 15

VALLEY COUNTY

Cascade

Mayor

  • Judith Nissula

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Ronald Brown
  • Rachel Huckaby

City Council (Vote for one)

  • William McFarlane 
  • Denise Tangen

Cascade City Ordinance Proposal

  • Local Option Tax
  • 1% tax on all sales, with exceptions

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Cascade adopt proposed Ordinance No. 700?

Ordinance No. 700 provides for the imposition, implementation, and collection of non-property taxes (commonly referred to as a local option tax) for a period of two (2) years from its effective date. If approved, the tax will be assessed at the rate of one percent (1%) on all sales subject to taxation (sales tax) under Chapter 36 of Title 63, Idaho Code.

Single item purchase of $1,000 or more is exempt.

The Local Option Tax revenue will be used for the following purposes:

a) Streets, sidewalks, pedestrian crosswalks, pathways, and other public rights-of-way

b) Public parks maintenance, development, and beautification

Donnelly

Mayor

  • Susan Dorris

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Leslie D. Minshall
  • Chelsea Bergquist

McCall

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Michael Maciaszek
  • Colby Nielsen
  • Jordan Ockunzzi

Valley County Road Department

Funding Request

  • Permanent Override Tax Levy

RELATED: Valley County road funding dilemma

Ballot Question:

Shall the Valley County Board of Commissioners be authorized and empowered to increase its budget for a permanent override tax levy at a rate of 0.084% multiplied by the current market value for assessment purposes of property in 2019 pursuant to Idaho Code 63-802(h) for the purpose of defraying road department personnel costs, conducting road maintenance, and for new road construction on all taxable property within the district beginning with the fiscal year commencing on October 1, 2021?

Chapter 16

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Cambridge

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Levi J. Harrison
  • Delray B. Platt
  • Nanette T. Rhodes

Midvale

Mayor

  • Brian Graham

City Council (Vote for two)

  • Katie L. Bane
  • Phyllis Widner

Weiser

Mayor

  • Alex W. Chavarria
  • Randy Hibberd
  • Dan Randleman

City Council (Vote for three)

  • Bonnie Akbar
  • Cliff Barberis
  • Layna Hafer
  • Chris M. Hagans
  • Larry Hogg

Weiser School District No. 431

Trustee, Zone 1

  • Cary Gibbs
  • Justin H. Erickson

Trustee, Zone 5

  • Russell Haggerty
  • Kerry W. Nyce
  • Crystal Torres