National Voter Registration Day is September 24th! The League of Women Voters will be in the Library entryway from 3:00-7:00 pm to help get people registered
to vote. We will also have registration forms available earlier in the day, which can be left for the League of Women Voters
to deliver to the Auditor’s Office.
Any US Citizen who will be over 18 years old on or before an upcoming Election Day is encouraged to register to vote.
If you have moved, had a name change, or haven't voted in the last four years you may need to update your voter registration.
Not sure if you are registered or not? You can
check your registration status at vote.org. You can also register online and find helpful information about registering to vote in Iowa on the Secretary
While pre-registering makes voting easier and faster, you can also register to vote on Election Day in Iowa. On election
day you will be required to provide identification and proof of residence or sign an oath attesting to those things. To read
about voting requirements in Iowa, start at 48A.5 in the
Election Laws of Iowa
section of the Iowa Code.