Administration & Elections Office
East Wing, Second Floor
700 W. Jefferson, #E205
Boise, ID 83702
Monday — Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
This great tool will answer the following questions about your voter record:
UOCAVA voters are Idahoans who are:
Request your absentee ballot from the Federal Voting Assistance Program.
House Bill No. 340 was passed during Idaho’s 2023 legislative session. Due to this change, starting July 1st, 2023, new voter registrations will need to provide one of the approved proofs of residence documents in order to complete the registration process.
If your residence address does not match the record on your driver’s license, you may still begin the registration process via the online portal; however, your application will not be complete. To satisfy this requirement, you may update your driver’s license record or provide one of the approved documents to your county elections office or at the polls.
House Bill No. 340 was passed during Idaho’s 2023 legislative session. Due to this change, starting July 1st, 2023, new voter registrations must provide an approved proof of residence document in order to complete the registration process.
New voters who have not provided the approved proof of identification and residence will be unable to request an absentee ballot until those requirements have been met.