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Preparing for elections with Idaho's Secretary of State

A hand holding a pen filling out a voting ballot.
Jens Alfke

Over 1,000 Idaho precincts opened their polling places this morning as 43 out of Idaho's 44 counties will hold elections today.

Boundary County is the only one that won't have an election because there are no contested races there.

Idaho Secretary of State Phil McGrane sat down with our Morning Edition host George Prentice to talk about what happens behind the scenes on election day and how you can still register to vote.

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