The Board of Commissioners is the elected governing body of the Bar. The Board consists of five commissioners, elected from Idaho's seven judicial districts. Two commissioners are elected from the Fourth District, one represents the First and Second Districts, one the Third and Fifth Districts and one the Sixth and Seventh Districts. Commissioners serve staggered three-year terms.
The Commissioners meet 8-10 times a year to oversee the various functions and programs of the Bar. Pursuant to Idaho Bar Commissioner Rule 900, member input and recommendations are generated through the fall Resolution Process. This process allows members of the bar to have the opportunity to recommend changes in rules of the court statutes, policies or rules of the bar, and to discuss issues of interest or concern. The Idaho State Bar cannot take a position on legislation unless the members have approved the issue during the Resolution Process.
Board of Commissioners Election Ballots – Due Tuesday, May 1
All active members and judges in the 6th and 7th districts may now vote in the 2018 ISB Commissioner Election. Once elected, one new commissioner will replace Kent Higgins of Pocatello.
The following candidates are nominated for the election:
DISTRICTS 6 & 7 (Eastern Division)
Donald F. Carey, Idaho Falls, Idaho
John E. Cutler, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Alan R. Harrison, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Tayler W. Tibbitts, Salmon, Idaho
All eligible voting members in the 6th and 7th Districts received a link to the election ballot on Monday, April 16, 2018.
All votes must be received either electronically via our secure voting website, OR physically at the ISB office by 5:00 p.m. (MT) on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
To vote electronically, click the following link: https://www.electionsonline.com/vote/login.cfm. You will be prompted to enter your username and password, which was sent to you on Monday, April 16. If you need assistance with your electronic ballot, if you prefer a paper ballot, or if you did not receive a ballot, please contact our office at (208) 334-4500.
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