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Four local ballots to be decided November 2

 
September 17, 2021

Boundary County voters will be asked to decide who will fill two seats on the School District 101 Board of Trustees, one on the Bonners Ferry City Council and whether or not to pass a proposed increase for the county ambulance service district in the next election on Tuesday, November 2.

Voters within Bonners Ferry City limits will be asked to decide fill two slots, with Adam Arthur stepping down and incumbent Ron Smith running alongside Brion Poston and Robert Lavala; the top two vote getters will get four-year terms as city councilman.

Voters in Boundary County School District Zone 2 will be choosing between incumbent Susan Weed, Michael J. Underhill or Mary Fioravanti. In Zone 5, the choice is between incumbent Teresa L. Rae and David Wilson.

Voters county-wide will decide whether or not to grant an increase in property taxes to help fund the Boundary County Ambulance Service District, from the current .04-percent, or $32.09 on each $100,000 of assessed property value, to .06-percent, or $60.09 per $100,000.

Polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day, and those who cannot or choose not to go to the polls on election day can cast their vote by absentee ballot. Those wishing to vote absentee can pick up applications for absent elector's ballot at the Clerk's office or by clicking here no later than 5 p.m. Friday, October 22.

To determine what precinct you're in or where your polling site is, visit voteidaho.gov.

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