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2020 Idaho elections

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2020 Idaho elections

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A general election were held in the U.S. state of Idaho on November 3, 2020.[1] To vote by mail, registered Idaho voters must request a ballot by October 23, 2020.[2][3]

State offices


Idaho Senate

All 35 seats of the Idaho Senate were up for election. The Republican Party won 28 seats while the Democratic Party won 7 seats. No districts changed hands.

Idaho House of Representatives

All 70 seats in the Idaho House of Representatives were up for election. The Republicans won 58 seats while the Democrats won 12 seats. The Republicans gained 2 seats, 15B and 29A.

Federal offices

President of the United States

Idaho had 4 electoral votes in the Electoral College. Republican Donald Trump won all of them with 64% of the popular vote.

United States Senate

One of the two United States Senators representing Idaho was up for election. Incumbent Republican Jim Risch won with 63% of the votes.

United States House of Representatives

Idaho had 2 representatives in the United States House of Representatives who were up for election. Republicans won all of the districts. No seats changed hands.

Ballot measure

Constitutional Amendment HJR4

Constitutional Amendment HJR4
Choice Votes %
Referendum passed
525,779 67.95
No 247,966 32.05
Total votes 773,745 100.00

See also


  1. ^ "Idaho elections, 2020". Retrieved October 11, 2020.
  2. ^ Lily Hay Newman (August 27, 2020), "How to Vote by Mail and Make Sure It Counts",, archived from the original on October 6, 2020, Idaho
  3. ^ "Absentee and Mail Voting Policies in Effect for the 2020 Election",, Washington, D.C.: National Conference of State Legislatures, retrieved October 11, 2020, Idaho

External links

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