• Commit 2 Vote 2016

    Americans are blessed to have the right to be involved in our system of government – but that right comes with a responsibility: participation.

    For millions of people in other parts of the world, voting is just a dream. Still, many Americans with the right to vote are not acting on that right.

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as many as 29% of citizens were not registered to vote in 2008 – that’s 60 million people! More than one-third of eligible voting citizens did not vote in the last presidential election.

    As Christ’s representatives on earth, Christians have a mandate to be the “salt and light” in our culture (Matthew 5:13-16). Since this is a presidential election year, we have the opportunity to positively impact the direction of our country, the men and women who lead it, and the policies they enact.

    Will you commit to register – and to vote – your values on November 8?

    View Focus on the Family's new Commit 2 Vote 2016 Website

Welcome to the 2016 Idaho Voter Guide

This website, provided by Cornerstone Family Council, has been designed to familiarize the Idaho voter with the 2016 candidates and their views on a number of key family issues.

Nothing in the Idaho Voter Guide should be construed as our endorsement of any candidate or political party, or as an attempt to influence the outcome of an electoral contest.

Thank you for your support of our efforts to assist you in making informed decisions on Election Day, Tuesday Nov 8.

Send your friends to the Idaho Voter Guide and subscribe to our Weekly Update to keep current on family issues.

A quick tip: Having a printed copy of the candidate questions on hand while viewing the candidate's responses is helpful.

Getting started

  • View the candidate positions: Click on the map below then click on your district.
  • Identify your legislative district number: Click on the Idaho Votes logo at the bottom of this page or contact your County Clerk for your district and polling place.

Personal Identification is required to vote in Idaho

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Don't Know where to vote on Nov 8? Go to IdahoVotes.Gov to find out.

For further candidate comments on home education go to the Idaho Coalition of Home Educators.

If you have any questions or comments, info@CFCidaho.org to send us an e-mail.

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