April 22 is the final day for voters in Ada County to register online before the Primary Election.
Ada County residents can register online at VoteIdaho.gov until Friday, then will have to register in-person at early voting or on Election Day. Absentee ballots can be requested until May 6 but only by voters with updated with registration.
"We encourage new voters to register to vote online and existing voters to check their voter record ahead of Election Day to make sure information is up-to-date. Registering online is simple and helps you save time at the polls. Taking care of this ahead of Election Day makes the process go more smoothly for everyone,” said Ada County Clerk Phil McGrane in a statement.
Tomorrow is the final day to pre-register to vote online at https://t.co/tWElv9zeAB.— Ada County Elections (@AdaElections) April 21, 2022
Save time at the polls and register or update your registration if you've recently moved or changed your name. pic.twitter.com/iZky4OC60g
If you live in Ada County, you most likely have a new precinct and polling location due to recent statewide redistricting. The Ada County Election’s Office is sending out “Note Where to Vote” postcards so voters know where to go on Election Day.
Ada County registered voters will receive the card in the mail starting today that has their correct polling location for the upcoming primary election on May 17.
You can also find your updated polling location and precinct on the Ada County Election’s website along with sample ballots, so you know what races you will be casting a vote for.