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Elmore County Elections

Judge John E. Enslen, Chief Elections Officer

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Approximate number of registered voters in 2013:      47,942     (as of October 1, 2013)

Welcome to the Elmore County Elections Website

Welcome to your Elmore County elections Website. It is our pleasure to provide you with valuable elections-related information. Our goal is to help you, the citizens of Elmore County, to be more informed. This Website contains the latest Elmore County elections information. You will be able to verify your current voter registration status, find your proper polling place, and learn of county election results in real time as they are received by the probate office.


We are profoundly blessed to live in a wonderful nation where citizens have the constitutionally protected right to choose their elected officials. This precious right was originally won by a vastly outnumbered citizens’ militia against the greatest tyrannical power of that day.


Subsequently, the right to vote has been preserved from generation to generation by brave, patriotic men and women, especially our combat military forces.  Since the founding of our nation, literally millions of Americans have freely given of their blood—for many the last full measure of devotion, to maintain all of our individual rights and freedoms, including our right to vote.

Subsequently, the right to vote has been preserved from generation to generation by brave, patriotic men and women, especially our combat military forces. Since the founding of our nation, literally millions of Americans have freely given of their blood—for many the last full measure of devotion, to maintain all of our individual rights and freedoms, including our right to vote.


“Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual—or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.” Samuel Adams, Boston Gazette, April 16, 1781.


As voters, we have no one but ourselves to blame when we suffer at the hands of dishonest or incompetent public officials. “[W]hen the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.” (Proverbs 29:2)  It is the responsibility of all voters to diligently seek out and uphold wise and honest men and women. When voters fail in their responsibilities to encourage good people to seek public offices, voters are relegated to choosing between the lesser of two (or more) evils at the polling place, a common modern circumstance which merely adds to apathy and lower voter turnout.


Perhaps with the exceptions of our freedoms of religion and expression, there is no greater universal legal right possessed by Americans than the right to vote and elect those who represent us in government. Mankind has found no greater practical application of the ennobling, self-evident truth that “all men are created equal” (Declaration of Independence) than in the rule of “one man/one vote.”


The right to vote is absolutely fundamental to the preservation of our liberties. But that right is virtually worthless unless our elections are fair, honest, accurate, and untarnished by any corrupting influence. As your probate judge, I have no greater responsibilities than the duties associated with my position as the Chief Elections Officer of Elmore County.


My staff and I are hopeful that the information available to you on this Website will facilitate the voting process for you and all other citizens of Elmore County. We are here to serve you.


May God bless the citizens of Elmore County.






John E. Enslen

Probate Judge of Elmore County



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