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DECISION 2014: Where to vote in Idaho

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If you live in Idaho, and haven't signed up for absentee voting, you must head out to the polls. If you live in Idaho, and haven't signed up for absentee voting, you must head out to the polls.
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It's election day in America and if you live in Idaho, and haven't cast a ballot during the "in-person absentee" voting period, then you must head to your designated polling place before the polls close at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night. Polls open up and 8:00 a.m., so you have 12 hours to get out and vote. 


And if you're looking for the nearest polling place near you, we've made it easy for you, just CLICK HERE, enter your county and address and find out where you can go to cast your vote. 


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