Final Update (1:00 a.m. MST): Thank you all for tuning into the live thread for election results here in Idaho. We will post more updates in the morning.
Update (12:30 p.m. MST): Boise City Council candidates Luci Willits, Lisa Sanchez, and Holli Woodings are maintaining their leads.
Update (11:58 p.m. MST): Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling wins re-election.
Luci Willits leads Boise City Council District 1 race 55% to 45% while Lisa Sanchez leads 57% to Greg MacMillan’s 37% for District 3.
Update (11:34 p.m. MST): Lewiston will have a mayoral system of government going forward with State Senator Dan Johnson (R) winning the race for mayor.
The following six candidates will serve on the city council under the new form of government: Kathy Schroeder, Hannah Liedkie, Jim Kleeburg, Robert Blakey, Luke Blount, and Kassee Forsmann.
Update (11:10 p.m. MST): In Boise, Luci Willits is leading 54% to 36% for Laura Metzler in District 1. In District 3, Lisa Sanchez leads 56% to 37% over Greg MacMillan.
Lori Frasure leads Brent Hart for West Ada School Trustee Zone 1 by a margin of 62% to 38% and Angie Redford leads Anita Beckman 54% to 46%.
Update (11:05 p.m. MST): In Caldwell, Jarom Wagoner has 47% of the vote. John McGee and Chris Trakel are currently at 22% with only 14 votes separating them. If a candidate does not get 50% of the vote, a runoff will occur on November 30th between the top two candidates.
Update (10:10 p.m. MST): Text in blue is the winner of a race.
Rebekah Sorenson has won the race for American Falls Mayor.
Grady Parsons has won the Arco Mayoral race.
August Christensen has defeated Hyrum Johnson (incumbent) for the Driggs mayoral position.
Rebecca Casper has won re-election for Idaho Falls Mayor.
Marc Carroll is leading the Blackfoot mayoral race. Kevin England leads the Chubbuck Mayoral race over Dan Heiner.
Brian Blad is leading his re-election bid for Pocatello mayor right now with 47% of the vote.
Update (10:06 p.m. MST): In the Post Falls mayoral race, Ronald Jacobson leads very early on 82% to 18% over Austin Hildebrand.
Update: (10:03 p.m. MST): Prop 1 in Lewiston to change to a mayoral form of government is currently losing 887 to 646 votes. If the proposition to go to a mayoral form of government is instituted, Dan Johnson leads the field to be the mayor at 811 votes to 339 for Bob Blakey and 301 for Wilson Boots.
Update: (9:56 p.m. MST): Updated Boise City Council early results with Luci Willits leading Laura Metzler 50% to 41%. Lisa Sanchez leads Greg MacMillan 63% to 32%.
In the West Ada School Board races, Lori Ann Frasure leads Brent Hart 55% to 45% and Anita Beckman and Angie Redford are just 11 votes apart with Beckman in the lead.
Update (9:42 p.m. MST): The West Ada School Trustee leaders with the early voting results are Lori Frasure and Anita Beckman.
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Update (9:28 p.m. MST): Very early results show Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling with 89% of the vote with Jerrold Smith with 11% of the vote.
Also in Nampa, Victor Rodriguez, Jeff Cornilles, and Randy Haverfield with the lead in their respective races.
Update (9:24 p.m. MST): Very early results in Caldwell for the new Mayoral race. Jarom Wagoner at 47%, John McGee at 25%, Chris Trakel at 19%, Nicole Hyland at 6.5%, and Jorge Arancivia at 1.7%.
Also of note in Caldwell are the three city council seats with Brad Doty, Chuck Stadick, and Robert Hopper with the early leads in their races.
Update (9:18 p.m. MST): In very early results, Joe Borton, Treg Bernt, and Luke Cavener with the lead in their respective races.
Update (9:11 p.m. MST): Results coming in from Ada County. Likely early voting results with Laura Metzler, Lisa Sanchez, and Holli Woodings with the lead in Boise. Only 1% reporting.
Update (9:00 p.m. MST): Polls in northern Idaho are closed. Voters can stay in line and vote if they were in at 9:00 p.m. or prior. Results should be coming in shortly from across the state.
Update (8:13 p.m. MST): Deputy Secretary of State Chad Hauck tells Idaho Dispatch that any voter who is in line at 8:00 p.m. is allowed to vote by Idaho law 34-1101(2)2. According to Hauck, an election official will stand at the end of the line behind the last person and ensure no new voters come in after the deadline.
First Post (8:00 p.m. MST): Polls have closed in southern Idaho. Northern Idaho still has one hour of voting to go.
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