The General Election is November 3, 2020. The Johnson County Auditor's Office administers elections in Johnson County and maintains county voter registration records. On the ballot for the November 3 General Election are federal offices (including President and Vice President); state, county, non-partisan, and judicial offices; and public measures.
Vote early in Coralville (October 14-18)You can vote early for the November 3 election at the Coralville Public Library (1401 5th Street); bring your ID. Voter registration forms and ballots for all Johnson County precincts will be available. Voting at the Coralville Public Library is available the following days and times:
Early voting schedule
Vote early by drive-up at the Auditor's Office (through November 2)Drive-up early voting is available weekdays through November 2 and the last two weekends before the election. You can even bike-up! Drive-up voting is available:
Drive-up voting is at the parking ramp north of the Johnson County Health and Human Services Building (855 S. Dubuque St.). The entrance to drive up voting is off Clinton Street. Bring your ID. Early voting schedule
Choose another early voting location (dates vary)Other satellite voting sites are throughout Johnson County. Check the schedules for locations, dates, and times, and bring your ID. Early voting schedule
Vote by absentee ballotThe Auditor's Office began mailing absentee ballots on October 5 to those who returned an absentee ballot form. Follow the instructions to complete your ballot (and remember to sign it). November 2 is the postmark deadline to return absentee ballots by mail.
Or, return your absentee ballot to one of the drop boxes on the south side of the Johnson County Administration Building (913 S. Dubuque Street), available 24 hours a day. The deadline to return absentee ballots in person is the close of polls (9:00 pm) on Election Day, November 3. Absentee voting
Vote on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3, 7:00 am-9:00 pm)On Election Day, registered voters must vote at their polling place. Bring your ID. Note that Coralville Precinct 3 votes at a temporary location, Kirkwood Regional Center. Voting on Election Day
Voter registrationDo you still need to register to vote, or want to check if you are registered to vote? Voter registration
Learn moreGet information about where to vote, sample ballots, absentee ballots, and more by calling the Johnson County Auditor's Office at 319.356.6004, or visit the Johnson County Auditor's website.