While on the surface this year's election may look the same, the 2010 Census and Idaho's redistricting process have reshaped the state's voting blocks.
Many voters have new polling places, new precincts and in some cases, reside in a different district than the last election. Voters are directed to a freshly revamped Ada County elections webpage, which allows visitors to find their home and polling place on a map.
Early voting is already under way at Ada County Board of Elections at 400 N. Benjamin Lane in Boise. For those waiting to cast a ballot on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6, voters can use the Ada County website to find their local ballot box.
Boise Weekly walks you through that process below.