If you're hoping to avoid the polls on Election Day, today is the last day for early voting.
Early voting is open at polling locations across Ada County from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. According to the Ada County Elections, more than 1,100 ballots have already been cast on Friday, with wait times up to 25 minutes at Meridian City Hall. While lines were long at Meridian City Hall Early Voting, other locations reported little to no wait time, according to Ada County Elections.
If you're hoping to avoid a wait time before casting your ballot at an early voting location, check with Ada County's early voting wait times tracker.
This is it! The final day of early voting before the November 3 General Election. 5 locations are available to help you #VoteEarly— Ada County Elections (@AdaElections) October 30, 2020
All locations are expected to be busy, so save yourself some time and plan your visit using our handy tool: https://t.co/SETY4KAlPV pic.twitter.com/3Kh5PO4JMx
Early voting locations include:
- Ada County Elections at 400 N Benjamin Lane, Boise, Idaho 8370
- Meridian City Hall at 33 E Broadway Ave, Meridian, Idaho 83642
- Boise Basque Centerat 601 W Grove St., Boise, Idaho 83702
- Eagle Hope Lutheran Church, 331 N Linder Rd., Eagle, Idaho 83616
According to Ada County Elections, more than 100,000 absentee ballots have already been processed as ballots continue to come in. Between early voting and absentee ballots sent in, 52% of registered voters in Ada County have voted, according to Ada County Elections.