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The Canyon County Board of Commissioners has adopted a resolution establishing 37 polling locations for the upcoming November 7th election, as proposed by the Elections Office. In the prior off-year election of 2021, there were 13 polling locations. In addition to the established locations for election day, the Canyon County Elections Office has also secured two locations for in-person, early voting, including a new location for Nampa. Early voting is available from October 23 to November 3, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at both the Canyon County Elections Office (1102 E. Chicago St., Caldwell) and at the former Hispanic Cultural Center (315 Stampede Dr., Nampa).

In addition to the options of in-person voting on election day or early in-person voting, qualified electors may also request an absentee ballot online at The deadline to either request an absentee ballot online or to bring a paper absentee request form to the Elections Office is 5:00 p.m. on October 27. Absentee ballots must be returned to the Canyon County Elections Office no later than 8:00 p.m. on November 7.

Nampa voters are reminded to take note of changes in the upcoming Nampa City Council elections. This is the first Nampa City Council election where residents will vote according to districts. This is required as a result of Idaho legislation requiring cities of 100,000 or more in population to elect councilmembers by district. The legislation requires that both: candidates reside within respective districts and that voting for council seats be restricted to residents within each district. This is a change to prior Nampa city elections where all council seats were at-large and voted on by the city as a whole. In this upcoming election, only Districts 2, 4, and 6 are up. (In the 2025 election cycle, Districts 1, 3, and 5 will be up. The mayoral election in 2025 will remain at-large for all qualified voters within the city t.) Nampa residents are encouraged to check which City Council District they reside in at

Voter registration confirmation. Voters can check their voter registration status at The public can still register to vote on election day with valid proof of identification and address verification, but keep in mind that only registered voters may request an absentee ballot.

For more information on the November 7 Election, please visit the Canyon County Elections website.