Idaho State Campaign Finance (Sunshine) Reporting - Each candidate for elected office in Cassia County is required to comply with the Sunshine Law. That includes financial reporting as outlined in the candidate packet provided each person who declared candidacy. It can also be downloaded as follows:
The Idaho Secretary of State’s website for Elections, Campaign Disclosures and Lobbyists page provides the instructions as well as printable or fillable forms for a candidate to complete those requirements as follows:
**IMPORTANT CAMPAIGN SIGNAGE AND ADVERTISING INFORMATION**
In Idaho, campaign signs must indicate the person or group that provides the funding for the sign (IC 67-6614A). IC 40-1910 also prohibits signs from being placed within the rights-of-way of any highways, in areas that are visible from interstate or primary highways, or in drainage ditches. The Idaho Transportation Department has stated that it will not grant any exceptions to this rule under any circumstances. Signs must not imitate danger or directional signs and should be kept in good repair. Signs placed in restricted areas will be removed by the Transportation Department. Additionally, IC 18-7029 says that anyone who places a political sign on public or private property without permission is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Idaho Transportation Department
Public Right-of-Way Signage Requirements
Candidates, please refer to the following letter, statutes, and contact information from the Idaho Transportation Department Chief Operations Officer Travis McGrath, PhD, PE dated
March 23, 2018
, regarding campaign signage and public right-of-ways.
ITD Election Signage Requirements and Restriction Letter
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT COMPLAINTS AND VIOLATIONS MAY BE REFERRED TO THE CASSIA COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE, WHICH IF NOT TIM
ELY CORRECTED WILL BE REFERRED TO THE CASSIA COUNTY PROSECUTOR.