County-by-county ballot breakdown

BOISE - Idaho voters will head to the polls on Nov. 8 to decide a number of national, state and local races. Much of the election talk this year has been on the dramatic and highly contentious presidential race, but it's not the only race that voters will see on their ballots.

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Below you will find a county-by-county breakdown of local races and ballot questions:

ADA COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • TJ Thomson (DEM)
  • Rick Visser (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Dave Case (REP)

Sheriff

  • Steve Bartlett (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Jan M. Bennetts (REP)

Ada County Highway District Commissioner
Zone 1

  • Jim Hansen

Zone 2

  • Rebecca Arnold
  • David Eberle

Zone 5

  • Sara M Baker
  • Mike Tracy
  • Rick Just

College of Western Idaho Trustee
Zone 1

  • C.A. "Skip" Smyser

Zone 3

  • Mary Carol (M.C.) Niland

Zone 5

  • Mark Dunham

College of Western Idaho

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Trustees ("Board") of College of Western Idaho, Ada and Canyon Counties, State of Idaho ("CWI"), be authorized to issue general obligation bonds, in one or more series, in the total principal amount up to $180,000,000 for the purpose of financing: New facilities at the CWI Canyon County Campus in Nampa, Idaho, to consist of a health science building, a student success center inclusive of library and classrooms, a central services building, and buildings supporting existing programs; renovations to academic buildings; improvements of roads and common areas; and reimbursement of land costs; and also new facilities for the CWI Ada County Campus, in Boise, Idaho, to consist of an academic professional center inclusive of training labs, classrooms, student services; site improvements and common areas; and reimbursement of land costs, together with all related furnishings and equipment necessary to operate said facilities; such series of bonds to become due as may be fixed by the Board, the final installment of each series to fall due not later than twenty-five (25) years from the date of issuance of the series of bonds, all as provided in the Resolution adopted by the Board on September 6, 2016?

City of Meridian

  • Meridian Library Bond
  • $12,000,000
  • For purchase of land and construction of two branch library facilities

Ballot Question:

Shall the Meridian Library District be authorized to issue its General Obligation Bonds in the principal amount not to exceed $12,000,000, to become due in such installments as may be fixed by the Board of Trustees, the final installment to fall due not more than twenty (20) years from the date of the bonds, for the purpose of financing the costs of the purchase of property and construction of two branch library buildings, together with all facilities, equipment and appliances necessary to operate and maintain the same, and related costs and fees; all as provided in the resolution of the Board of Trustees adopted on May 18, 2016?

Western Ada Recreation District

  • General Obligation Bond
  • $20,000,000
  • For construction of two public indoor aquatics centers

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Directors (the "Board") of the Western Ada Recreation District, Ada County, Idaho (WARD), be authorized to issue general obligation recreation bonds in one or more series, in the total principal amount of up to $20,000,000 for the purpose of financing the construction of two public indoor aquatics centers, one at Eagle Road and Amity Road in southwest Ada County and another near the intersection of Black Cat Road and Chinden Boulevard in north Ada County, such series of bonds to become due in such installments as may be fixed by the Board, the final installment of each series to fall due not later than
twenty (20) years from the date of issuance of the series of bonds, all as provided in the Bond Election Resolution adopted by the Board on September 6, 2016?

ADAMS COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Mike E. Paradis (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • William (Bill) Brown (REP)

Sheriff

  • Thomas Watts (IND)
  • Ryan K. Zollman (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Sean P. Smith (REP)

Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor (4 year term)

(vote for two)

  • Wendy Green
  • Julia Burkhardt

BLAINE COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Jacob Greenberg (DEM)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Mickey Garcia (IND)
  • Angenie McCleary (DEM)

Sheriff

  • Steve M. Harkins (DEM)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Jim J. Thomas (DEM)

Blaine Soil Conservation District Supervisor
(vote for three)

  • Katherine Noble

City of Bellevue

Alderman (2 year term)
(vote for three)

  • Craig Wolfrom
  • Greg Cappel
  • Robert Leahy

Alderman (1 year term)
(vote for one)

  • Kathryn Goldman

Mayor
(vote for one)

  • Christopher Koch

BOISE COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Alan D. Ward (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Laura Baker (REP)

Sheriff

  • James (Jim) Kaczmarek (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Ross Pittman (REP)

CAMAS COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Marshall Ralph (REP

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Travis Kramer (REP)

Sheriff

  • David L. Sanders (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Write-in only

CANYON COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Tom Dale (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Pam White (REP)

Sheriff

  • Kieran Donahue (REP)
  • Robert Muse (CON)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Bryan F Taylor (REP)

College of Western Idaho

  1. General Obligation Bond
  2. $180,000,000
  3. For financing of new facilities, reimbursement of land costs and road improvements at CWI's Nampa and Boise campuses

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Trustees ("Board") of College of Western Idaho, Ada and Canyon Counties, State of Idaho ("CWI"), be authorized to issue general obligation bonds, in one or more series, in the total principal amount up to $180,000,000 for the purpose of financing: New facilities at the CWI Canyon County Campus in Nampa, Idaho, to consist of a health science building, a student success center inclusive of library and classrooms, a central services building, and buildings supporting existing programs; renovations to academic buildings; improvements of roads and common areas; and reimbursement of land costs; and also new facilities for the CWI Ada County Campus, in Boise, Idaho, to consist of an academic professional center inclusive of training labs, classrooms, student services; site improvements and common areas; and reimbursement of land costs, together with all related furnishings and equipment necessary to operate said facilities; such series of bonds to become due as may be fixed by the Board, the final installment of each series to fall due not later than twenty-five (25) years from the date of issuance of the series of bonds, all as provided in the Resolution adopted by the Board on September 6, 2016?

CASSIA COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Robert J. Kunau (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Tim Darrington (REP)

Sheriff

  • Jay M. Heward (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Douglas G. Abenroth (REP)

CUSTER COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Randy Corgatelli (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Campbell Gardett (IND)
  • Steve W. Smith (REP)

Sheriff

  • Craig Winstead (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Lisa M. O'Brien (REP)

ELMORE COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Wes Wootan (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Albert Hofer (REP)

Sheriff

  • Roy "Lynn" McCallum (IND)
  • Mike Hollinshead (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Kristina Schindele (DEM)
  • Daniel Page (REP)

Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor

(vote for three)

  • John F. Kieffer
  • Steve Nemeth

GEM COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Bill Butticci (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Mark H. Rekow (REP)

Sheriff

  • Charles (Chuck) Rolland (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Erick Thomson (REP)

Treasurer

  • Megan Keene (REP)

GOODING COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Mark E. Bolduc (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • F. Wayne Chandler (REP)

Sheriff

  • Shaun Gough (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Matt Pember (REP)

IDAHO COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Mark A. Frei (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Denis B. Duman (REP)

Sheriff

  • Doug Giddings (REP)
  • Carlos Martinez (IND)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Kirk A. MacGregor (REP)

Good Roads Highway District No. 2 and Union Highway District

Consolidation Election

  • Petitions for consolidation of Good Roads Highway District No. 2 and Union Independent Highway District to a form a single consolidated highway district, to be known as Union Independent Highway District

Ballot Question:

Shall Good Roads Highway District No. 2 and Union Independent Highway District be consolidated into a single highway district?

Kamiah Fire Protection District

  • Special Tax Levy Election
  • $95,000
  • To pay for equipment, facilities maintenance and training

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Commissioners of the Kamiah Fire Protection District be authorized and empowered to increase its budget pursuant to Idaho Code Section 31-1423 (l) by a special tax levy to pay for the fire protection apparatus, equipment, facilities maintenance and provide for firefighter safety and training, in the amount of Ninety Five Thousand and No/100s Dollars [$95,000.00] commencing with the fiscal year 2017-2018 and then establish said amount as the base amount for all subsequent fiscal years as authorized by law, for the purpose of providing fire protection and life preservation services as provided in the resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Kamiah Fire Protection District adopted on August 8, 2016.

City of Riggins

  • Local Option Resort Tax
  • Two percent tax on certain sales
  • For funding of city infrastructure and capital projects

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Riggins, Idaho, approve, authorize and cause the collection of a City Local Option Non-Property Tax (Resort Tax), as defined below:

Retain the City’s existing tax to continue the Local-Option Tax rate of Two Percent (2%) on the following sales:

a) LODGING RENTALS - Hotels, motels, campgrounds and all other lodging units
a) rented for a period of less than thirty (30) days;
b) LIQUOR BY THE DRINK - Retail sale of alcohol for consumption on licensed and/or
b) catered premises;
c) PREPARED MEALS - Food or meals prepared and sold by restaurants, cafes, and bars
c) operating within the City, also includes food and meals prepared by catering services,
c) for consumption within the City of Riggins.
And add a Local-Option Tax rate of One Percent (1%) on all other Taxable Retail Sales.

The revenue derived from the City Local-Option Tax shall be used for the purpose of funding City of Riggins infrastructure, capital projects and equipment, with the excess revenue placed in a designated fund to provide City Property Tax Relief.

The duration of the City Local-Option Tax shall be ten (10) years, beginning with the effective date of January 1, 2017.

JEROME COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Charles M. Howell (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Roger M. Morley (REP)
  • Sergio Mendoza (DEM)

Sheriff

  • Douglas J. McFall (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Michael Seib (REP)

City of Hazelton

  • Special Revenue Bond
  • $2,785,000
  • For cost of acquiring and constructing improvements to the city's domestic water system facilities

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Hazelton, Idaho be authorized to incur indebtedness and to issue and sell its revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $2,785,000 to pay the cost of acquiring and constructing improvements and betterments to the domestic water system facilities of the city, said bonds to be payable solely from domestic water system revenues, over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed forty (40) years from the date of the bonds, as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 254?

North Side Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor
(vote for two)

  • Terryl G. Roemer
  • B. Roy Prescott

College of Southern Idaho Trustee

Zone 2

  • Laird Stone
  • Rick Martin

Zone 3

  • Jack Nelsen

Zone 4

  • Jan Mittleider

LINCOLN COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Rebecca Wood (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Roy E. Hubert (REP)

Sheriff

  • Rene Rodriguez (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • E. Scott Paul (REP)

Shoshone Highway District #2

  • Permanent tax override levy
  • $40,000
  • For paying overhead due to high cost of road materials and maintenance

Ballot Question:

Shall the Shoshone Highway District #2, Shoshone, Idaho, be authorized and empowered to levy a permanent tax override, as permitted by Idaho Code 63-802 (g), in the amount of $40,000 (Forty thousand dollars and no/100) above the current year’s levy, for the purpose of paying overhead due to the high cost of road materials and high maintenance due to increased traffic volume within the Shoshone Highway District #2 jurisdiction?

MALHEUR COUNTY (ORE.)

FEDERAL OFFICES

President

  • Hillary Clinton / Tim Kaine (DEM)
  • Gary Johnson / Bill Weld (LIB)
  • Jill Stein / Ajamu Baraka (IND)
  • Donald J Trump / Mike Pence (REP)

US Senator

  • Mark Callahan (REP)
  • Shanti S Lewallen (IND)
  • Jim Lindsay (LIB)
  • Eric Navickas (IND)
  • Steven C Reynolds (IND)
  • Ron Wyden (DEM)

US Representative, 2nd District

  • James (Jim) Crary (DEM)
  • Greg Walden (REP)

STATE OFFICES

Governor

  • Aaron Donald Auer (CON)
  • Kate Brown (DEM)
  • James Foster (LIB)
  • Bud Pierce (REP)
  • Cliff Thomason (IND)

Secretary of State

  • Brad Avakian (DEM)
  • Sharon L Durbin (LIB)
  • Michael Marsh (CON)
  • Dennis Richardson (REP)
  • Paul Damian Wells (IND)
  • Alan Zundel (IND)

Treasurer

  • Chris Henry (IND)
  • Jeff Gudman (REP)
  • Tobias Read (DEM)
  • Chris Telfer (IND)

Attorney General

  • Daniel Zene Crowe (REP)
  • Lars D H Hedbor (LIB)
  • Ellen Rosenblum (DEM)

Supreme Court Judge

  • Lynn R Nakamoto

Court of Appeals Judge, Position 5

  • Scott Shorr

Court of Appeals Judge, Position 8

  • Roger J DeHoog

Circuit Court Judge

  • David R Carlson
  • Erin K Landis

LEGISLATIVE OFFICES

State Senator, 30th District

  • Ted Ferrioli (REP)
  • W Mark Stringer (DEM)

State Representative, 60th District

  • Cliff Bentz (REP)

COUNTY OFFICES

Commissioner, Position 2 (4 year term)

  • Larry Wilson

Sheriff

  • Brad Williams
  • Brian E Wolfe

CITY OF ADRIAN

Council Member
(Vote for three)

  • Keith Baldwin
  • Jim Greene
  • S L Mickey Webb

CITY OF JORDAN VALLEY

Mayor

  • Marie Kershner

Council Member, Position 1

  • Write-in only

Council Member, Position 3

  • Teri Arnall

Council Member, Position 5

  • Write-in only

CITY OF NYSSA

Council Member
(Vote for four)

  • Ross Ballard
  • Pat (Patricia) Brewer
  • Robert D DeLeon Jr
  • Harry Flock
  • William J Nance
  • Susan (Sue) Walker

CITY OF ONTARIO

City Councilor
(vote for three)

  • Tyler Coleman
  • Norm Crume
  • Ned A Enyeart
  • Ben Fortner
  • Marty Justus
  • Juan G Lopez
  • Ramon Palomo

CITY OF VALE

Mayor

  • Mike (Mac) McLaughlin

Council Member
(vote for two)

  • Matthew Whitaker
  • Brad Williams

Treasure Valley Community College District

  • General Obligation Bonds
  • $4,800,000
  • For facility improvements, and security/safety upgrades

Ballot Question:

Shall TVCC expand/improve the workforce career/technical facility and make other campus upgrades by issuing $4,800,000 general obligation bonds? If the bonds are approved, they will be payable from taxes on property or property ownership than are not subject to the limits of sections 11 and 11b, Article XI of the Oregon Constitution.

STATE MEASURES

Constitutional Amendments:

  • Eliminates mandatory retirement age for state judges
  • Allows investments in equities by public universities to reduce financial risk and increase investments ot benefit students
  • Dedicates 1.5% of state lottery net proceeds to funding support services for Oregon veterans

Initiative Petitions:

  • Increases corporate minimum tax when sales exceed $25 million; funds education, healthcare, senior services
  • Requires state funding for dropout prevention, career and college readiness programs in Oregon high schools
  • Creates "Outdoor School Education Fund," continuously funded through Lottery, to provide outdoor school programs statewide
  • Prohibits purchase or sale of parts or products from certain wildlife species; exceptions; civil penalties

MINIDOKA COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Kent McClellan (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Sheryl Koyle (REP)

Sheriff

  • Eric Snarr (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Lance D. Stevenson (REP)

Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor
(vote for three)

  • Justin Hunter
  • Dustin Wilkins
  • Write-in

OWYHEE COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Kelly Aberasturi (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Joe Merrick (REP)

Sheriff

  • Perry Grant (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Douglas D. Emery (REP)

PAYETTE COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Marc Shigeta (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Larry J. Church (REP)

Sheriff

  • Charles "Chad" Huff (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Anne-Marie Kelso (REP)

City of Fruitland

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Fruitland be authorized to incur an indebtedness and to issue and sell its general obligation bonds in a principal amount not to exceed $6,500,000 ($6.5 million) to pay they cost of acquiring property and renovation of municipal essential services facilities including police, fire and city hall, together with related improvements and costs, the bonds to mature and be payable from a levy of taxes for a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed twenty (20) years, all as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 615, adopted on August 22, 2016?

TWIN FALLS COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Don Hall (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Jack Johnson (REP)
  • Jill Skeem (DEM)
  • Tony Bohrn (IND)

Sheriff

  • Tom Carter (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Grant Loebs (REP)

City of Filer

  • Special Revenue Bond Election
  • $6,100,000 in bonds
  • For improvements to domestic water system facilities

Ballot Question:

Shall the city of Filer, Idaho be authorized to incur and indebtedness and to issue and sell its revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $6,100,000 to pay the cost of acquiring and constructing improvements and betterments to the domestic water system facilities of the city, said bonds to be payable solely from domestic water system revenues, over a term which may be less than but which shall not exceed forty (40) years from the date of the bonds, as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 608?

Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District

  • Property Tax Levy
  • $522,000
  • Permanent increase to property tax levy

Ballot Question:

Shall the Board of Commissioners of Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District, Idaho be authorized and empowered to permanently increase the property tax levy as permitted by Section 63-802 (1) (g) Idaho Code from its current levy of .00115 to .002 adding an additional Five Hundred Twenty Two Thousand Dollars ($522,000) for the purpose of additional personnel, maintaining, and operating the District provided by resolution of the Board of Commissioners of the Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District adopted on August 19, 2016. Approval of this levy override is necessary to increase the protection of its resident’s public health, life, and property.

College of Southern Idaho Trustee

Zone 2

  • Laird Stone
  • Rick Martin

Zone 3

  • Jack Nelsen

Zone 4

  • Jan Mittleider

VALLEY COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Gordon L. Cruickshank (REP)
  • Sean S. Gould (DEM)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Bill Willey (REP)

Sheriff

  • Patti Bolen (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Carol A. Brockmann (REP)

Valley Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor
(vote for three)

  • Paul R. Kleint
  • Justin Florence
  • Write-in

City of Donnelly

  • Special Municipal Bond Election
  • $1,200,000
  • For improvements to city water system

Ballot Question:

Shall the City of Donnelly, Idaho, be authorized to issue its water revenue bonds, in one or more series of bonds, in the aggregate principal amount for all such bonds of not more than $1,200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of providing funds with which to renovate, improve, upgrade, and better the water system of the City, said bonds to be payable annually or at such lesser intervals as determined by future City ordinances, and to mature serially commencing at the expiration of at least one (1) year from their date and ending not more than forty (40) years from their date, and to bear interest at a rate or rates to be determined by an ordinance or resolution of the City, as more fully provided in Ordinance No. 232, signed and approved on the 6th day of September, 2016, the principal of and the interest on said bonds to be payable solely from the net revenues to be derived from the operation of the City’s water system?

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Commissioner, Second District (4 year term)

  • Pedro (Pete) Lopez (DEM)
  • Nathan (Nate) Marvin (REP)

Commissioner, Third District (2 year term)

  • Kirk Chandler (REP)

Sheriff

  • Matthew A. Thomas (REP)

Prosecuting Attorney

  • Delton Walker (REP)

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