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Elections

Upcoming Elections

 

General Election Tuesday November 7, 2017

Upcoming Elections

Initiatives on the Ballot:

Voter's Pamphlet 2017 - Print double sided, fold in center and staples go in fold.

if you have issues with printing this pamphlet, please call or come by city hall to pick up a printed and stapled pamphlet.

Seats up for election this year:

Seat 1 -  Candidates

Martha Burke
Jeff Bacon

Seat 2 - Candidates

Henno Heitur
Kaz Thea

Candidate Deadlines: Candidate Filing period opens Monday August 8, 2017 at 8 am and closes Friday September 8, 2017 at 5 pm.


General City Election

Voting details.

Sample Ballot, TBD.

Absentee Voting Polling Place

              Blaine County Courthouse

             106 1st Ave South, Suite 200

    Hailey, ID   83333

Polling Place / All Precincts

              Community Campus

 Polls Open

              8:00 am – 8:00 pm

 

 

Sample Ballots

  • tbd

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Campaign Finance Election Q&A

 

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General Election Q&A

Initiative & Referendum

 

 

 

Initiative & Referendum Hailey citizens have the right to enact ordinances through the initiative process, and to repeal ordinances through the referendum process. This process begins with a petition, which must conform to specific standards set forth in Idaho Code Title 34. The initiative and referendum processes give citizens a powerful voice in shaping the laws governing the city.

The City Clerk’s office is available to answer questions about the initiative and referendum processes.

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