Voting Resources.

As Tribal members, one of the greatest influence you can have on your community is to vote. If you want to vote in the elections for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes you must be a resident of the reservation, 21 years of age or older, and also an enrolled member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.

Referendum Vote - September 23, 2022.

Tribal Referendum Election

This election is a referendum vote on whether to move forward with the proposed Mountain Home Project. You do not need to be registered to vote, bring your Tribal ID to the locations listed to vote. A total of 797 votes are needed for the election to be valid.

For more information please call the Election Board at (208)478-3961 or (208)478-3963

Referendum Election: September 23rd, 2022.

Tribal Election Resources .

Voter Registration Requirements

  • An enrolled member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
  • 21 years of age or older
  • Resident of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation for a year

Voting In Person

  • Early Voting at the Tribal Business Center
    • Wednesday, September 21st, 2022 from  9AM-6PM
    • Thursday, September 22nd, 2022 from  9AM-6PM
  • All District Voting
    • Friday, September 23rd, 2022 from 9AM-8PM
  • Must bring your Tribal ID that shows you are a resident (blue card)

Key Documents and Resources

Deadline to Register to Vote:  The third week in February each year. If you would like to register to vote you can: 

Download Application

Voting By Mail or Drop Off

The Referendum Election will NOT have vote by mail, you will need to show up at the time and location listed to vote. You will need to show up at the locations listed and bring your resident Tribal ID card.

During the normal election cycle we will update this section to show the "Voting by Mail" or "Drop Off" requirements.

Contact Tribal Election Board.

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Angela Diaz
Tribal Election Board Secretary

P: (208)339-4985

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    You Voice Matters.

    It is out right to vote, to choose our elected officials. When you vote, you determine how things will be affected in your local community, your Reservation, your state, or even your nation. Your voice matters now more than ever, so vote.