In 2018, there are two races for County Commissioner: Districts 2 and 3. I am running in District 3. These districts identify the areas in which candidates must live to be eligible to run. All county residents vote for commissioners in all districts.
In the May primary, the candidates you may vote on for County Commissioner depend on your political party of choice, not your location in the county.
In November, all county voters cast ballots in both commissioner races.
- Primary: May 15, 2018
- General: November 6, 2018
- Am I registered to vote?
- Where do I vote?
- Absentee ballot request form (PDF)
- Bonner County Elections Government Page
What is the Bonner County Board of Commissioners?
The Bonner County Board of Commissioners is responsible for providing administrative services to Bonner County. The purpose of this department is to identify and clarify the needs of the people, and ensure the County responds to those needs. The Board executes all legislative power authorized. These powers include, but are not limited to, adopting and enacting the budget, appropriation of expenditures and setting policy. Other powers include establishing fees and comprehensive use plans, and conducting public hearings and meetings. Learn More
About Bonner County
We are located in the northern panhandle of Idaho in a land of magnificent lakes, mountains, forests and vibrant communities. The seat of county government is Sandpoint, but we serve residents from Clark Fork near our eastern border, to Priest River and Oldtown to our western border. Our unique location, beautiful landscape, diversified economy, and exceptional human resources make Bonner County a wonderful place to live, work, do business and visit.
Commissioner Districts for Bonner County: