This November, Idahoans will be heading to the polls to decide who's going to be the next leader of the free world.

But, what happens if you don't vote in Idaho? You're about to find out.

SCROLL TO READ: Are You Legally Obligated To Vote In Idaho?


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It's an election year, and as Idahoans, it's our duty to cast our vote for who we believe is the person best suited to lead our country into the future.

Who you decide to vote for is a deeply personal decision. But are you legally obligated to cast a vote in Idaho? Meaning, if you don't vote in the presidential election this November, what happens to you?

Well, in a word, nothing.

According to, it's laid out very plain and simple:

According to the U.S. Constitution, voting is a right. But it is not a requirement. Many constitutional amendments have been ratified since the first election. However, none of them made voting mandatory for U.S. citizens.


Pretty straightforward, right? While you're highly encouraged to have your voice heard by voting, you are in no way legally required to do so.

While your friends and neighbors might question why you're the way you are, the police are not going to come knocking on your door to toss you in the clink.


Hopefully, if you do decide to vote this November (please do), the candidate of your choosing won't end up on a future edition of this list.

At least, we hope not.

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