Bonner County
 

 Bonner County

Election Administration

1500 Hwy 2, Suite 124

Sandpoint, Id 83864

Phone:  208-255-3631

Fax:  208-263-9178

Get Answers to Questions:

Am I registered?

Where do I vote?

 

 

Register to vote

Party Affiliation Declaration Form

Where to vote                                         

  • Link to Idaho Secretary of State's interactive web site to identify your exact residence location and to get step by step driving instructions to your polling place. Note - when using this site you must enter your house number and should only enter the first three letters of your street name.

Absentee ballots

Election results:

                                          2010 General Election Results

                                          2012 General Election Results

March 12, 2013

May 21, 2013

November 5, 2013

March 11, 2014

Commissioners Elected

2000 to current year

 

MAY 20, 2014 ELECTION 'UNOFFICIAL' RESULTS

See Results - Abstract

There may be some differences in numbers on this abstract as compared to the results posted during election night. Just a note - all results are UNOFFICIAL until May 27 when the Bonner County board of commissioners will canvas the results and declare the results official.

 Candidates Corner

  If you do not have access to a computer, Petitions of Candidacy are available from the Elections Office housed in the Bonner County Administrative Office Building located at 1500 Hwy 2, Suite 337 in Sandpoint.  Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 am until 5 pm, excluding Holidays.

Party Affiliated - Petition of Candidacy

Requires either a $40.00 filing fee or the presentation of not less than 5 nor more than 10 signatures of Bonner County registered voters.  If the filer is a candidate for a county commission position, the petition signers must reside within the boundaries of the district s/he hopes to represent.

Independent - (No Party Affiliation) - Petition of Candidacy

Must present the signatures of not less than 5 nor more than 10 Bonner County registered voters.  If the filer is a candidate for a county commission position, the petition signers must reside within the boundaries of the district s/he hopes to represent.

Declaration of Intent to be a Write-In Candidate - Partisan Candidate

Declarations of Intent are to be filed not later than 28 days before the Primary or General election with the Secretary of State if for a Federal, Statewide or Legislative District Office or with the County Clerk if for a County Office.

Declaration of Intent to be a Write-in Candidate - Non Party Affiliated (Independent)

Declarations of Intent are to be filed not later than 28 days before the Primary or General election with the Secretary of State if for a Federal, Statewide or Legislative District Office or with the County Clerk if for a County Office.

Precinct Committeeman Declaration

Candidates must live within the boundaries of the precinct and be a registered member of the party they hope to represent.

2014 Campaign Disclosure Manual - Full Copy

Note - Blank Forms Are Available Beginning At Page 15 of the Manual.

General Information:

Bonner County Elected Officials 1950 to 2012

Turnout Statistics by Election

What is a caucus?

Presidential Electors shown on the General Election Ballot - What is their purpose?

 

   

 

 
 

2013 - Bonner County, Idaho

 

 

 

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