Vote Latino event set for Oct. 8

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Voto Latino 2016 will be held starting at 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at Radio Rondevoo on Main Avenue in Twin Falls.

You can register to vote and meet the local candidates running for office. There will also be music, food, and a salsa contest. The winner of the best recipe will win a night at Cactus Pete’s. The event is free.

 

 

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Idaho Dems website spotlights Silver, Talkington campaigns

The campaigns of our legislative candidates Deborah Silver and Catherine Talkington were spotlighted on the Idaho Democratic website.

Click on the link to check out the story.

Twin Falls, Talkington and Silver: Neighbor to Neighbor

 

 

Join Debate Watch party and support candidates

 

Check out the presidential debates and support our local candidates at a Debate Watch Party starting at 6 p.m. Sept. 26 at Warren Dopson’s, 3121 Heatherwood Road.

The party will support candidates Deborah Silver and Catherine Talkington, who are running for the State Legislature, and Jill Skeem, a Twin Falls County Commission candidate.

Come at 6 p.m. to mix and mingle. Stump speeches at 6:30 p.m. The debate starts at 7 p.m.

RSVP to warrendopson@gmail.com.

Find your Twin Falls County Precincts & Polling Places

Not sure about your precinct or polling place in Twin Falls County?

There is a remedy.

    Polling-Place-Finder. Enter Your Address, Find Your Polling Place:

   http://www.idahovotes.gov/YourPollingPlace/WhereDoIVote.aspx

 

Buhl 1, 2 Buhl Moose Hall, 1101 Main Street, Buhl

Buhl 3-5 First Christian Church, 1005 Poplar Street, Buhl

Castleford Castleford Community Center, 475 Main Street, Castleford

Deep Creek Buhl Fire Department – Station #2, 19266A Highway 30, Buhl

Filer 1-3 Filer Middle School, 299 Highway 30, Filer

Maroa Filer Middle School, 299 Highway 30, Filer

Hansen Hansen Assembly of God, 319 2nd St E, Hansen

Hollister Hollister Elementary School, 2463 Contact Avenue, Hollister

Kimberly 1, 3 Crossroads United Methodist Church, 131 Syringa Avenue, Kimberly

Kimberly 2, 4 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 222 Birch Street S, Kimberly

Murtaugh Murtaugh City Hall, 106 4th Street, Murtaugh

Twin Falls 1 T. F. City Council Chambers, 305 3rd Ave. E., T.F.

Twin Falls 2 T. F. County Courthouse, 425 Shoshone Street N., T. F.

Twin Falls 3, 4 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 667 Harrison Street, T.F.

Twin Falls 5, 6 Immanuel Lutheran Church, 2055 Filer Avenue E., T.F.

Twin Falls 7, 9 Valley Christian Church, 1708 Heyburn Avenue E, T.F.

Twin Falls 8, 12 Our Savior Lutheran Church, 464 Carriage Lane N, T.F.

Twin Falls 10, 11 Episcopal Church of the Ascension, 371 Eastland Dr. N., T.F.

Twin Falls 13, 14 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 541 Orchard Dr., T.F.

Twin Falls 15, 16 New Hope Christian Fellowship, 181 Morrison Street, T.F.

Twin Falls 17, 18 Church of the Nazarene, 1231 Washington Street N, T.F.

Twin Falls 19-21 Twin Falls Reformed Church, 1631 Grandview Drive N.,T.F.

Twin Falls 22-24 Amazing Grace Fellowship, 1061 Eastland Drive N., T.F.

Twin Falls 25, 26 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 541 Orchard Dr., T.F.

Jill Skeem on the campaign trail

Jill Skeem is hitting the campaign trail.

The Democratic candidate for the Twin Falls County Commission is meeting lots of people, most recently at the Twin Falls County Fair, where she took the time to try milking a display cow at the Twin Falls Farm Bureau booth. She also served up chili at First Federal’s chili and street dance, participated in a dunk tank  at the Rotary’s 6th annual ice cream funday, and attended the Purple Heart dedication.

Skeem, along with  Democratic candidates Deborah Silver, running for Idaho Senate in Legislative District 24, and Catherine Talkington, running for Idaho Legislature seat 24b, have been visiting thousands of homes and talking about why they should be elected, as well as encouraging people to vote.

For more about the candidates, check out their page on this website. 

Vote early, make your life easier

Make your life easier this election year. Vote early.

Early absentee voting begins September 23.

Early in-person voting at the county registar’s office, 630 Addison Ave. W., runs October 17 through November 4th between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Have questions? Call 736-4004 or go to http://www.twinfallscounty.org/clerk/election.

And to break the myth…registering to vote does not increase your odds of jury duty.

Stop by TF Dems booth at county fair

Be sure to stop by and say hello at the Twin Falls County Democrat booth at the Twin Falls County Fair in Filer. Our tent is located in the northeast corner of the fair, near the rear of the Ag Pavilion and Model Railroad building.

Campaign literature, buttons, bumper stickers, voter registration forms, absentee voter applications and candidate information will be available. Our great candidates will be dropping in from time to time.
So visit, have a conversation and support the party.