Cedar County Elections

Welcome to our Elections Website!

The Election Department in the Auditor’s Office is responsible for every aspect of conducting an election from voter registration to the final count of the votes. This site is designed to be a resource for residents looking to learn how to vote, find their elected officials, learn about becoming a candidate, or find past or upcoming election information.

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News

Secretary of State Pate

March 31, 2020

Absentee ballot request forms to be mailed to every registered voter in Iowa ahead of Primary Election

FAQ

Q.

Can an independent vote in a primary election?

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Yes and No. In Iowa, you must be a member of a political party (in 2020: Republican and Democrat) to vote in a primary election. However, anyone can change parties on Election Day and vote. For independents to vote they must declare a political party.

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What if I don't have an ID?

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Registered voters who do not have an Iowa driver’s license or non-operator’s ID were issued a voter ID card. Voter ID cards must be signed before going to the polls. The new voter ID card will contain a PIN number that will be used for voting purposes. If you should have a voter ID card and do not, please contact our office to have one sent to you.

Cedar County Voter Registration

Updated July 1, 2020
Republican
4,506
No Party
4,309
Democratic
3,559
Other
86
Total Registered Voters: 12,460
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