It's Election Day in Idaho.  Here's the basics you need to know about heading to the polls this morning.

Polls open this morning at 8 and will remain open through 8 PM tonight.  If you are unsure if you are registered to vote or of the location of your polling place you can find those answers on the Idaho Votes website.  If you aren't registered to vote, don't worry you'll be able to register at your precinct today.  They'll have the forms for you or you can save time by filling out the PDF forms at home ahead of time and bringing them with you.

Also make sure you have a form of identification on you.  Idaho accepts its state issued driver's license or photo ID card, US passport or federal photo ID card, tribal photo ID card or a current student photo ID from an Idaho High School/post secondary education institution. If you don't have that form of ID you can sign a personal ID affidavit saying you are you say you are and agree to provide your current address.

Remember, to vote you need to be 18 and have lived in the county that you're voting in for at least 30 days.

Some key races/issues include Idaho governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, US House of Representatives District 2 and Kuna's school levy.  Also, remember you must be affiliated with a party to vote for their primary candidates.  The Idaho Votes website reminded me I registered as "unaffiliated" and that I don't get to vote for any of these four:

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