There's still plenty of time to vote: polls remain open until 8 p.m. in Idaho. Poll watchers told Citydesk that a steady stream of voters have been checking in. Competitive races and a gorgeous fall day helped.
At the Ada County Elections offices, workers are already counting absentee and early ballots (absentee ballots can still be dropped off at the Elections Office until 8 p.m.).
Ballots from polling places across the county are expected to arrive at headquarters beginning at 8:30 p.m. Results will not be released until 9 p.m. to accomodate voting in northern Idaho which continues until 8 p.m. pacific time.
The Citydesk team will be out tonight, covering the unconventional election night stories. Look for our alternative coverage Wednesday morning.