Information For Voters

Election Day - November 2, 2021

Boise General Election Information 2021

City Council Election

The 2021 City election will be held on November 2 for the City Council Seats for District 1, 3 and 5.

The upcoming 2021 election, will be using the new geographic districts that were established earlier this year. Seats will be for two-year terms instead of the standard four years. Currently, these three seats have incumbents whose terms are expiring this year. This will allow for all council seats to be up for election under a new map in 2023. 

Learn More About Council Districts

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All positions are nonpartisan. A candidate running for a designated City Council seat shall be elected by the plurality (the greatest number) of votes cast.

Water Renewal Bond

On November 2nd, 2021, eligible voters in Boise will choose how to pay for critical improvements to our water renewal (sewer) system. There are two ways to pay for these improvements:

  • Cash funding would require a significant rate increase right away. Ratepayers provide that source of funding through their every-other-month utility bill from the city.
  • Issuing a bond would be keep rate increases more affordable and predictable

The funding for improvements only impacts your sewer utility bill, not property taxes.

Learn more


Election Documents

Election documents filed with the City of Boise can be viewed here.

Campaign Finance Reporting

Recent changes to Idaho Code now require Campaign Financial Disclosure Forms be submitted to the Ada County Clerk's Office. They are also responsible for coordinating and conducting city elections. Please contact their office for additional information or questions regarding the submission of such reports.

Election Documents are available from the State of Idaho or Ada County.

IDAHO SECRETARY OF STATE

ADA COUNTY ELECTIONS


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