Election Day preview guidebook

In much less than 24 hours, Idahoans head to the polls to elect their next governor, colleges chief, all 105 state legislators and far more.

There are a lot of races on the line, but really do not be concerned if you require to do some last-minute study. We’ve received you covered with guides to almost everything you require to know and do on Election Day and profiles of candidates in the most significant races.

What to count on on Election Day

On Tuesday, polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and residents can register to vote at their polling location. Voters will want to demonstrate a photograph ID or be prepared to signal a personalized identification affidavit to acquire a ballot.

The Secretary of State’s office has a useful online voting guide, exactly where residents can check to see if they are registered, locate the place of their polling location and assessment what will be on their ballot.

Coverage of the candidates

Idaho Training News produced profiles of the key candidates in the governor’s and state superintendent’s races, followed the politicians along the campaign trail and covered the greatest debates. Click on the highlighted backlinks beneath for the total story.

Gubernatorial candidate profiles

Butch Otter

A.J. Balukoff

State Superintendent candidate profiles

Sherri Ybarra

Jana Jones

Debate coverage

Oct. 31 gubernatorial debate

Oct. 9 gubernatorial debate

Oct. thirty state superintendent debate

Oct. 15 state superintendent debate

Sept. 25 state superintendent’s debate 

Campaign coverage

Campaign contributions and the income race

Ybarra’s voting record

Educators inquire Jones, Ybarra tough queries

Jones accuses Ybarra of plagiarism 

Analysis of superintendent’s race

View pieces

Ybarra is appropriate for Idaho

Jones has what it will take

Your supply for Election Day final results

Check out Idaho Education News Tuesday night beginning at 9 p.m. for the most recent updated outcomes from the statewide races and response from the political parties’ headquarters. Also comply with @IdahoEdNews on Twitter for the most recent election news.

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