Is my voting information public record?

Yes. All information on your voter registration card is public record with the following exceptions:

  • Month and Day of birth
  • Driver's license number
  • Last four digits of your Social Security number

Party affiliation and voting history are also public record. 

Please Note

While we do keep track of what elections you vote in, we do not keep track of who or what you voted for, as all ballots are secret and not tied to your voter information.

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1. How do I vote?
2. Can registration cards be obtained anywhere else?
3. What if I cannot make it to my polling place on election day?
4. Are there any other ways to vote besides at my polling place or by a mailed absentee ballot?
5. When do polling place locations change?
6. How are polling places selected?
7. How do I find out who's running?
8. How do I find out what is on the ballot? Do I get to vote on everything?
9. How do I find out when there is an election?
10. Does the County provide a voter's guide?
11. I am in the military how do I request a ballot? How does my spouse request a ballot?
12. Does Idaho have permanent absentee status for its voters?
13. Will my mailed absentee ballot be counted if it arrives after election day?
14. Do poll workers receive training?
15. What does the election staff do when it's not election time?
16. How do I change my party affiliation?
17. How do I get off your mailing list?
18. Is my voting information public record?
19. How do candidates and/or parties get my information?