Have you heard of "Food Truck Voting"? It's a concept that was born back in 2016 before the presidential election. According to Boise Weekly, that's when  Ada County Chief Deputy Clerk Phil McGrane, shared plans to roll out a mobile voting unit in Ada County to encourage early voting.

Since then, their "food truck" that encourages voting has been to many satellite sites throughout the county to provide voters with a convenient, and easy way to get their voices heard. This election season, the truck is back at it. Yesterday, it made a stop at the Garden City library where people waited up to an hour and a half to check "vote"off their to-do list. Voter, Mark Roby told KTVB, that the long wait, "[it] was worth it and encouraged others to take advantage of the mobile voting trailer."

Boise Weekly released their full schedule of stops throughout Ada County (Polls open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.):

  • October 16: Kuna Albertsons
  • October 17: Eagle Library
  • October 18: Star Library
  • October 19: HP Campus Bldg. #1
  • October 22: Lake Hazel Library
  • October 23: Albertsons Stadium Plaza
  • October 24: Micron
  • October 25: Kuna City Hall
  • October 26: Blue Cross of Idaho
  • October 29: Meridian Fred Meyer
  • October 30: Micron
  • October 31: Eagle Albertsons
  • November 1: Borah Post Office
  • November 2: Borah Post Office