From May 19 to June 3, 2020 the ACLU of Idaho Voter Hotline will be available for individuals to use if experiencing barriers to voting during the 2020 May Primary or November General elections.
There are two ways Idaho voters may file a complaint on the ACLU of Idaho Voter Hotline:
- [Preferred] Submit your complaint on our Voter Hotline web form: There is space on the form to submit your contact information. This is the best way to contact use regarding voting problems. An ACLU representative will contact you within 48 hours
- Submit your complaint by voicemail: call 1-800-542-4737 and leave a detailed voicemail of your complaint along with an email and phone number where you can be reached. An ACLU representative will contact you within 48 hours after receiving your request.
If you need accommodations to submit your complaint, please let us know in whatever manner works best for you. We can provide accommodations.
Aside from accommodations requests, we are only able to accept voting complaints through the web form. The ACLU of Idaho will not respond to voting complaints sent to our office phone number or on social media.
The ACLU of Idaho Foundation maintains the confidentiality of all information we receive. We may wish to share this information with other legal organizations while investigating complaints, but we will always seek your permission before doing so.