Election & Voting Information

Election & Voting Information

UPCOMING ELECTIONS

GENERAL ELECTION
Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Download a list of the Candidates

Absentee Voting begins
Monday, October 8, 2018

CITY OF BLOOMFIELD
ALL WARDS
Bloomfield Fire Station
501 South West Street
Bloomfield, IA  52537

CITY OF FLORIS
Floris Community Hall
Floris, IA  52560

CITY OF DRAKESVILLE
Drakesville Shelter House
Drakesville City Park
Drakesville, IA  52552

CITY OF PULASKI
Pulaski Community Center
106 South Second Street
Pulaski, IA  52584

Voter ID Law

In 2019, a voter who is pre-registered in the precinct where they live and who votes at the polls will be required to provide an approved form of identification before casting a regular ballot. A pre-registered voter who moved to a new precinct in the county will also be required to provide proof of residence. A person who registers on Election Day is required to provide an approved form of identification and proof of residence. A voter who cannot provide sufficient proof of identification and/or residence may use an attester. An attester must be a registered voter in the same precinct. A voter who cannot provide sufficient proof of identification and/or residence, or whose eligibility is in question, has the right to cast a provisional ballot. A voter who casts a provisional ballot has the right to present proof of eligibility. A voter ID PIN card is only mailed to a registered voter who does not have an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator ID card. A voter who needs a replacement PIN card should contact the Auditor’s Office. For more information, contact the Auditor’s Office or click here.

Registering to Vote

You will need to register to vote or update your voter registration anytime you move, change your name or change your political party affiliation.

You are eligible to register to vote if you are:
A U.S. citizen
An Iowa resident
At least 17 ½ years old (you must be 18 by election day to vote)

Register Online
You must have a valid Iowa drivers license or non-driver ID to register online.

Secretary of State Voter Registration Form
Online Voter Registration

Register By Mail
Call the Davis County Auditor’s Office at 641-664-2101 and we will mail a voter registration form to you.

You can also complete this form and return the signed form by mail or in person to our office at:
Davis County Auditor’s Office
100 Courthouse Square, Ste 2
Bloomfield, IA  52537

Register in Person
You can register at the Davis County Auditor’s Office during regular business hours, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday.

Restoration of Rights
Secretary of State “Verify Your Registration”

Early Voting

All Davis County voters have a choice to vote early by mail or in person at the Davis County Auditor’s Office.

Vote By Mail
To request an absentee ballot, call the Davis County Auditor’s Office at 641-664-2101 and we will send an Absentee Ballot Request form to you or click here to print the Absentee Ballot Request Form.

Mail or bring the completed and signed  request form to:
Davis County Auditor’s Office
100 Courthouse Square, Ste 2
Bloomfield, IA  52537

When the completed request form is received, your ballot and instructions will be mailed to you.  If you return your voted ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by the day before Election Day and received before the official canvass or it will not be counted.  You may also return your ballot in person to the Auditor’s Office before the polls close on Election Day.

Vote in-Person at the Auditor’s Office
Davis County Voters may vote early at the Davis County Auditor’s Office before any election during regular business hours of 8 am – 4 pm, Monday – Friday.

Track Your Absentee Ballot

Voting at the Polls on Election Day

On Election Day, go to the polling place for the address where you currently live. You cannot vote at the Davis County Courthouse on Election Day. Click here to find your polling place.

Precinct Map

Election Day Registration
If you are not pre-registered to vote 10 days before the General Election and 11 days before all other elections, you will need to register at your polling place. Click here for more information on Elections Day Registration

Military Voters & Overseas Voters

FAQs

How do I register to vote?

Where do I vote?
Find out where you should go to vote with this Polling Place Search. Then find your precinct with this map.

How can I request an Absentee Ballot?
Request your Absentee Ballot by completing this form and returning it to the County Auditor’s office.

If you have any questions regarding upcoming elections or how to register to vote contact the Auditor’s Office at 641.664.2101

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