Caldwell Mayor candidates Jarom Wagoner, left, and John McGee.

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CALDWELL — Caldwell residents will return to the polls to pick between two candidates for mayor in a runoff election on Nov. 30.

Voters will be selecting a mayor from the top two vote-getters in the Nov. 3 election, Jarom Wagoner and John McGee, who received 46.7% of the vote and 22.5% of the vote, respectively.

Residents will have three ways to vote — absentee, early voting, and day-of — according to a press release from the Canyon County Clerk’s office, which oversees elections.

Voters will receive a packet about the election in the mail; it will include information on early voting and the form for requesting an absentee ballot, the release said.

Voters can also request an absentee ballot by visiting voteidaho.gov. Absentee ballot requests must be submitted to the Canyon County Elections Office by 5:30 on Friday, Nov. 19, the release said.

Starting Nov. 15, voters can vote early, in person, at the O’Connor Field House, located at 2207 Blaine St. in Caldwell, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Early voting ends Friday, Nov. 26, and early voting will not be available on Thanksgiving Day in observation of the holiday, the release said.

Residents can vote in person at O’Connor Field House between 8 a.m and 8 p.m. on Nov. 30. The field house will be the only polling place open for the runoff election, the release says.

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