Voting Information

Exercising your right to vote allows you to assist in creating a future that aligns with your fundamental beliefs and convictions. Unfortunately, many people do not vote and in turn do not participate in one of the privileges that makes this country so great. Registering to vote is quick and easy, and you don't even have to go to your polling place in person to vote. Below you will find information that will help assist individuals in the voting processes.

Registering to Vote

Registering to vote is easy, simply print the Voter Registration Form, fill-out the form, sign it and then submit it to your County Auditor. If you wish to vote in any upcoming election, be sure to have the form submited 15 days prior to voting day.

You can also register to vote at the following locations:

  • County auditor's office
  • Driver's license station
  • City finance office
  • Public assistance agencies providing food stamps, TANF or WIC
  • Department of Human Services offices which provide assistance to the disabled
  • Military recruitment offices

Absentee Voting

If you are unable to attend your polling place in person on Election Day, you may be eligible to vote by absentee ballot. To vote by absentee ballot, a voter must request an absentee ballot application from your County Election Official. The County Election Official will send a paper absentee ballot to the voter. The voter then completes the ballot and returns it to the County Election Official.

How to Request an Absentee Ballot:

  • Ensure you are registered to vote. If you are unsure, confirm your registration.
  • Download and print an Absentee Ballot Application and send it to your County Election Official.

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