Regular City/School Eleciton

Regular City/School Election

POLLING PLACES
SAMPLE BALLOTS - Not available at this time.

HF 566 Combined City and School Elections. This law goes into effect July 1, 2019.

The regular city/school election included the regular city election and regular school election, as well as election of community college directors. Each entity can also put public measures on the ballot.

All voters live within school and community college districts and are eligible to vote in the regular city/school election. (In a given year, it is possible that a voter’s local school director district is not on the ballot; the same could apply to the community college director district.) Only those voters who live within the city boundaries are eligible to vote in city elections.

 POLLING PLACE HOURS:
7:00 AM to 8:00 PM Tuesday, November 5, 2019

ABSENTEE VOTING:
Absentee Ballot Request Form

Begins: October 7, 2019

In person: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday in the Auditor’s Office, Bremer County Courthouse, 415 East Bremer Ave, Waverly and until 5:00 PM Monday, November 4th.

By mail: Absentee Ballot Request forms must be received in the Auditor’s Office by 5:00 PM, Friday, October 25th in order for an absentee ballot to be mailed.

 

VOTER REGISTRATION:
Voter Registration Form


The deadline to pre-register to vote for the City/School Election is 5:00 PM Friday, October 25th. This applies to registration in person (including at driver’s license stations or agencies) or by mail. Mailed registration forms postmarked on or before Monday, October 21st, are considered on time.

After October 25th, a person may register to vote by showing proof of identity and proof of residency at the Auditor’s Office and vote an absentee ballot OR at the polling place on Election Day.

**Pre-registered voters are required to provide an approved form of identification at the polling place before receiving and casting a regular ballot. Voters who are not pre-registered – such as voters registering to vote on election day – and voters changing precincts must also provide proof of residence. A voter who is unable to provide an approved form of identification (or prove residence if required) 1) may have the voter’s identity/residence attested to by another registered voter in the precinct, 2) prove identity and residence using Election Day Registration documents, or 3) cast a provisional ballot and provide proof of identity/residence at the county auditor’s office by NOON on Tuesday, November 12th. Election Day Registrant attesters must provide an approved form of identification. For additional information about providing proof of identity and/or residence visit: https://sos.iowa.gov/voterid or phone (319-352-0340)