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October 8, 2020
Pottawattamie County announces two satellite voting locations for October 13th.
July 8, 2020
May 27, 2020
Due to COVID-19 there have been significant changes to the way the 2020 Primary Election will be conducted.
May 12, 2020
Pottawattamie County Elections has installed a new absentee ballot drop box outside of the Courthouse.
April 20, 2020
To fight the spread of COVID-19 and to encourage absentee voting by mail, Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate is sending absentee ballot request forms to every active voter for the June 2nd Primary Election.
If you have moved in the last year, be on the lookout for a National Change of Address Card to update your voter registration.
The filing period for county offices is now underway. Here you can find deadlines, signature requirements, and other usefull information.
The 2020 Iowa Caucus is fast approaching. Here's what you need to know.
New Voter Registration Cards and City/School Election information have been mailed to all active voters.
Due to a recent law change, city and school elections will now be combined into one election, held in November of odd-numbered years.
Polling Locations for CB 13 and Macedonia have moved.
The Iowa Secretary of State has mailed “No Activity” notices to voters who have not voted in any election and have not updated their voter registration information in the past four years.
If you recieved one of these cards please fill it out and return it to the Auditor's Office. Please contact us if you have any questions about the cards.
Our new election app is available on both Apple and Android phones for free! Our Where U Vote Pottawattamie page provides more details and download links.
Caucuses are managed by the Republican and Democratic parties. For more information, visit their websites.
New Voter ID laws have taken effect for 2019. Make sure you know what you can expect when heading to the polls.