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How, When, and Where to Vote in Iowa’s General Election

How, When, and Where to Vote in Iowa’s General Election We have answers to your most frequently asked questions about voting in Iowa’s 2018 General Election.

Farmers Vote 2018 >> How, When and Where to Vote in Iowa’s General Election

We have answers to your most frequently asked questions about voting in Iowa's 2018 General Election. For more information on voting in Iowa, please contact your county auditor or the Iowa Secretary of State’s office.

When is the Election?

Iowans, who have not voted early, will go to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The polls will be open from 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.

Where Do I Vote?

If you do not vote early by absentee or in person at your county auditor’s office, you will vote at your regular polling place location. If you are not aware where your polling location is, you can use this address search tool, provided by the Iowa Secretary of State, to find where to vote.

Can I Vote Before November 6?

Yes. There are options to vote early either by absentee ballot or in person at your county auditor’s office. The Iowa Secretary of State’s office has a useful calendar on important dates and deadlines for voting early. Read more about voting early on the Iowa Secretary of State’s website.



Am I Registered to Vote?

If you are unsure if you are registered to vote, the Iowa Secretary of State’s office has a look-up tool on it’s website. If you are not registered to vote, you can register at your county auditor’s office, print off a form and mail it to your auditor, or register online through the Secretary of State’s website.


More Voting Resources

The Secretary of State’s office has several online resources available to learn more about voting in Iowa. Visit their website: Voter Ready Iowa

Disclaimer:
This document is intended for general informational purposes only and is not meant to provide a comprehensive listing or overview of all voting information. Please contact your county auditor or the Iowa Secretary of State’s office for any additional information. This document was last updated on September 27, 2018 and may not necessarily reflect all the most recent or relevant information.

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